of Little Rock, AR
October 6, 1955 - April 9, 2021
Ronald F. Green of Little Rock, passed away peacefully at home on April 9, 2021. He was born October 6, 1955, to Rev. William F. Green and Desty L. Dycus Green. He was a church member of Scott UPC. He played the piano and sang. The highlight of his life was going to church and spending time with his family. He was preceded in death by his father William F. Green. He is survived by his wife, Theresa E. Green, two children, Christie Hardin and Derrick Green (Audrey Green). Also, four grandchildren, Brianna Hardin, Chase Hardin, Zoey Green and Corbin Green, his mother, Desty L. Green, two brothers Rick Green, Steve Green and their families.
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Sorry nana I love you so does Corbin and my parents!!
Ronnie will truly be missed. He was a awsome person, a wonderful father. Sorry for y'alls loss y'all are in my prayers.
Prayers going out to all the family and friends. I have known all the Greens for a long time. Ronnie was very kind, nice, special person. I know he will be missed by all that knew him.
Terri, Christie, Derick, Lavern and all your families, I along with family and many friends will miss Ronnie tremendously. There was never a dull moment when you were around Ronnie, he always had a funny story to tell. Claudette and I will miss the laughter and his smiling face. Until we reunite with Ronnie again in Heaven, we will always remember him as a kind and loving man. Ronnie loved the Lord and his family very much. Thoughts and Prayers for all the family, we love you.
So sorry to hear about your loss y'all will be in my prayers
Ronnie was so talented and always had such a tender heart. He will be greatly missed! Our deepest sympathy, love and prayers for Ronnie’s family. ❤️
The family is in our thoughts and prayers.
My thoughts are with you . I have part of the family for a long time by not blood, but by Love and Friendship. Wish I could give you a big Hug 🤗
What a great man of God. He was such a blessing to our family. He will truly be missed. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family.
I know your in heaven today, a big beautiful smile. Rest in peace my friend. You have lived a great life. You are a great man of GOD.
Miss that smile
It is hard to find the words to express how much Love and friendship we felt for Ronnie. He was my husbands nephew who was only about five or six years younger than him. They grew up in the same community and I came into the family when we were 17 & 18 years old. Ronnie was 10 or eleven then. When Ronnie was about 18, he and my sister, Terri, met, fell in love, and eventually got married. We have been doubly related and best of friends ever since. Tommy and I have so many fond memories of our time with them. We are going to miss him tremendously. He was always making us laugh! He was just so much fun to be around. Farewell until we meet again our dear sweet brother-in-law (with emphasis on the word brother). Try not to make too many jokes in Heaven. If the angels laugh too much it may make them cry and we’ve had enough rain for a while! Seriously, though, we love and miss you and know you are at peace and suffering no longer. That makes it a little easier. Enjoy your new Heavenly life. We love you.❤️
I’m sorry to hear about the loss of Ronnie. He was a really good guy , he always had a smile and a warm welcome. He will be missed. Prayers for the family.
I always thought alot of Brother Ronnie... he was a funny and sweet spirited man. He will be missed. Prayers for his family.
Theresa, my heart goes out to you and your family. I have known you and your beautiful spirit and knew of Ronnie but knew the wonderful relationship y’all had. I pray the peace that surpasses all understanding on you and your family. I am so so sorry!
Brother Ronnie, will always hold a special place in my heart. A great altar worker, emotional worshipper and sincerest of souls. Truly a man after Gods heart. Those walls of jasper are before you my friend!! Much love and prayers to all of you.
Bro.Ronnie had a sweet sole,he was always ready to talk to anyone,he was loved by so many and will always be remembered as a very kind person inside and out,im so sorry for the loss,prayers for your family!!! Love Tracie
So sorry to hear of Ronnie's passing. Lots of great memories from Landmark UPC. He will be missed.
I am a former co-worker of Terri. I am so sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences and sincere prayers for you and your family at this time of mourning. May God bless and keep his loving arms around your family.
I will always remember when Bro Ronnie and I would play music together at Landmark Church ... my prayers are with the family ... Our loss but Heavens gain ! Until we meet again ...
Ronnie, was always a joy to be around. Our prayers and love go out to all the family. Charles and Cathy.
Ron was a great man I always smiling and great to be around. Prayers to the family.
I have great memories of growing up with Ronnie. I know he is in a better place. My condolences, Larry
He will be deeply missed!!! Praying for the family.
to all the Greens, we love you and so sorry for your loss!
So sorry for your loss your in my prayers!!!