Jerry W. Green PDF Print E-mail

Jerry Wayne Green, 63, of Silverstreet, died Tuesday, May 1, 2012, at Palmetto Health Richland.

Born on April 11, 1949, in Charleston, he was a son of Richard Carl Levister and Rebecca Morris Levister Blue. He was an Army veteran, the former owner of several collision repair centers in Florida and was employed with Indian River Transport Company.

He is survived by his fiance, Lillian Sasser; a son, Christopher Green; a daughter, Sandra Ann Green; brothers, Johnny Levister and Joey Levister; a sister, Rebecca Ann Levister Anglin; thirteen nieces and nephews including a special niece, Jeanie Ann Langston.

Memorial services will be held Sunday, May 6, 2012, at 2:00 pm at McSwain-Evans Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation will be one hour before the service at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, c/o Helen Beebe, 171 Tailers Trail, Leesville, SC 29070.

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#6 Lillian Sasser 2013-11-20 13:28
Sandra, so sorry i didnt know how to get in touch with you when your father died. I saw pictures of you when you were young. you did look alot like him. He was an amazing person and im so sorry you didn't find him earlier. Call me anytime 706-551-0937. Lillian
#5 Sandra 2013-09-16 12:14
Hi my name is Sandra. This will seem like shock. For the past 8 years I have looking for my biological father. My mom Sandy, finally gave me info on him, but only his birth date and full name. I wish I would have known the man you guys did. I believe I look a lot him. Sandra
#4 daniel levister 2012-05-04 10:08
U will be missed but not forgotten I love u uncle jerry
#3 Lori Smith 2012-05-03 16:15
To all of Jerry's loved ones, you have my deepest regrets and sympathy. He was a very warm and generous man. Always smiling, telling jokes and stories, and never met a stranger. I think his last couple of years may have been his happiest, as he met LeLe, the love of his life. They were meant to be together and really enjoyed each other immensely.
He will be greatly missed, as he was loved by many.
Thank you, Jerry, for the pleasure of knowing you.
#2 Jeanieann 2012-05-03 07:00
There are a lot of things in life you have to deal with, but death to me is the hardest one. To me I am losing someone who I always looked up to, I knew that if I called you from anywhere in the U.S. you would come to me with in the next dew days, If I had a problem you would fix it, good or bad. You never said no,! Now I have to fix everything myself, grow up and learn the life lessons you tault me. I am going to miss you with all my heart, even your jokes! I do not care about the past other then the most loving memories I had with you. The world is losing a Wonderful guy; But God is receiving an angel. I love you Uncle Jerry, I no you are still watching over me but now in a pain free place. In till we meet again, Hugs and Kiss, Jeanieann
#1 Jennifer Sheppard 2012-05-01 19:44
Sorry to hear that Jerry never got to return to the river, sorry for your loss.