Patricia B. Green

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Patricia B. Green
Patricia B. Green
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Patricia B. Green

1931 – 2023

Patricia B. Green of Palm Coast, FL ( formerly of Allison Park, PA ), passed away peacefully on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023 at her daughter’s residence in Sturbridge, MA.

A beloved wife, mother, sister, and aunt.  Patricia was predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Franklin Hartford Green of Allison Park, PA., and is survived by her daughter, Sarah E. Green of Sturbridge, MA

Born Dec. 10, 1931 in Indianapolis, IN, the daughter of Russell E. Brandenburger Sr. and Gladys Hoehn Brandenburger.  She grew up in Shelbyville, IN graduating from Shelbyville High School in 1949, and attending Western College in Ohio.

A dedicated member of the P.E.O Sisterhood in Shelbyville, IN., Allison Park, PA and Palm Coast, FL.  She also volunteered her time and creativity to the Pittsburgh Civic Garden Center, Passavant Suburban Aids, and Altar Guild for Christ Episcopal Church of Pittsburgh. 

As a founding member of the Franklin H. Green Family Foundation, she lent her support to the preservation of history and historic places via The National WWII Museum and The National Trust for Historic Places.  And was a dedicated supporter of her local animal welfare organizations. 

A talented gardener, avid croquet player and ardent animal lover.  Patricia enjoyed travel, listening to Frank Sinatra, hot fudge sundaes anytime, a glass of good red wine and laughing with family and friends.

A loving mother and friend, Patricia was always ready for the next new adventure with her daughter and friends and her company is greatly missed.

A Memorial Service will be held at Christ Episcopal Church, 5910 Babcock Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA  15237, September 15, at 11:00 am.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Christ Episcopal Church, North Hills - Pittsburgh or The National Trust for Historic Places.


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