Jesse Green Sr.

Jesse Green Sr - PHOTO.jpeg

GREEN:  Jesse James Sr.

I write the Final Obituary of Our Father Jesse James Green Sr. Our Father that fought his last war with cancer died on September 17th, 2021. Our Father was 91 years old. He was born January 11th, 1930. Our Father was a full blooded North American Indian, 100% Redman. Our Father was a United States Army Ranger, Sergeant First Class, Screaming Eagles Para Troopers, 82 Airborne, and Korean Combat Veteran. Our Father met Our Mother, Cheryl M. Staats. Loved, and married her. He loved her until she died July 19th, 2019, he was right at her bedside. Together they had 4 children; Colleen, Collette, Connie, and Jesse Jr. Our Father and Mother had 12 grandchildren; 7 Grandsons - Todd, Tommy, Bradley, Cordero, Chazz, Garret, and Beau, 5 Granddaughters - Destiny, Darile, Sandi, Brandi, and Kristi. Great grandchildren 16 - Todd, Elizabeth, James, Tylee, Luxxen, Teahyah, Tamika, Josh, Makayla, Nicole, Kadence, Brad, Chase, Synese, Kinsley, and Lynessa.  Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home.


Posted by Tracy Aaron on
My deepest sympathy for you all
Posted by John & Vera Monture on
Sending our deepest condolences to your family. Jesse was a dedicated member of the Six Nations Veterans Association and a good friend to all. He will be missed by many and always remembered for his stories and humour. We keep you in our thoughts at this difficult time. Rest easy Jesse. Sincerely, John & Vera Monture and the Six Nations Veterans Association.
Posted by Wendy Dow on
To my cousins I send my deepest condolences, from all my family.
All of our childhood memories have your Dad and Mom in them.
As they are joined in spiritual travels; May they Rest In Peace
Posted by Renee on
To my veteran family, I sends my condolence to all who love and knew him. He now has join those of all his past SNVA commrades. He was a joy and he made us smile every time we met. He was the representation of all our original Six Nations Veteran Association. We are so grateful that he had blessed us with his presence at our annual parades for a number of years. To you Jess, we salute you. Thank you for sharing your life journey with us.
Renee Thomas-Thomas
Leave a Reply

(Your email will not be publicly displayed.)