of Conway, AR
January 4, 1958 - November 23, 2023
Velda Dean Green, 65, of Conway, Arkansas went to be with her Lord and Savior on November 23, 2023. She was born January 4, 1958 in Black Springs, Arkansas to the late Reverend Othel and Wilma Pearson.She is preceded in death by her parents and her nephew, Christopher Pearson.Velda was a devoted homemaker who loved her family dearly.Velda attended UCA where she studied nursing. She was a fervent bible reader and had a love for the scriptures. She was a bible study and precepts leader for many years. Velda had a broad knowledge of the scripture and during her lifetime ''wore out'' many bibles due to her committed reading and turning of the pages. Velda loved the broken. Sharing the gospel and winning souls to the Lord was her ultimate purpose in life and this was recognized by everyone she encountered. Velda was also a gifted quilter and seamstress. One of her greatest joys was bringing warmth and comfort through her quilts. Her memory will live on through these beautiful masterpieces. Left to cherish her memories is her husband, Willie Green of Conway; one brother, Kevin Pearson of Greenbrier; her Children, Amber Woods (Michael) of Higden, Autumn Roberson of Hot Springs, Roger Roberson Jr. of Little Rock, Hannah Martin (Justin) of Conway; grandchildren, Karver, Kaleb and Lillian Woods and Jackson Martin; as well as 5 great-grandchildren and countless friends.Funeral services will be held at 10:00am on Wednesday, November 29, 2023 at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Greenbrier, Arkansas. Burial will follow at East Shady Grove Cemetery in Greenbrier.In Lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Conway Ministry Center.
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I am so sorry for your loss.
Dear Family, Velda was a friend of mine and I know she loved her family dearly. She also loved The Lord and wanted each of you to also. I enjoyed talking to her in the morning and afternoon when she brought the kids to the house and picked them up when they were young. She had lots of mountain tops and her share of valleys to walk through. Now she can rest in the arms of her Savior. Praying for each of you that God will give you peace and comfort in the days head. Deanna Thomas
She will be missed enjoyed our conversations on Sundays at old liberty baptist church