Lucian L. "Buddie"
Green, Jr.


May 22, 1925 - July 14, 2020

Lucian L. “Buddie” Green, Jr., age 95, of Lexington, passed away July 14, 2020. A graveside service will be held on Friday, July 17, at 11:00 a.m. at Tri-Cities Mausoleum in Florence.

Mr. Green was preceded in death by his parents, Lucian and Annie Green, and a sister, Marjorie Miller. Survivors include his niece, Carroll Thigpen (David), a great-niece, and several great nephews.

Mr. Green was a veteran of the US Army, earning a Purple Heart in World War II, and was retired from TVA. He was a member of Lexington United Methodist Church.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Lexington United Methodist Church.



Graveside service

July 17, 2020
11:00 am

Tri-Cities Mausoleum, Florence Blvd., Florence, AL

Graveside service

Tri-Cities Memorial Gardens, Florence Boulevard, Florence, AL, USA

July 17, 2020 11:00 am

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One Comment on “Lucian L. "Buddie" Green, Jr.”

  1. I always admired and enjoyed Buddie. He was more like an older brother or a young fun uncle than my second cousin. I enjoyed his company as a youngster and for many years afterward. Buddie was a humble, modest, private man as well as an outgoing, youthful, energetic fellow. I respected him a lot for who he was and what he had accomplished. A young man from Grassy who became a brave and highly decorated WWII soldier, and who then made the most of the GI Bill to educate himself for a long successful TVA career. All the while serving his community and church. To me Buddie always seemed to have it together; how he was always well dressed, stood straight, spoke clearly and carried himself. We enjoyed talking about all the places we had both been over the years in the world outside of Lexington. Buddie bought me my first camera for high school graduation to take pictures of what was to come. We didn’t see each other as much from 2000 onward, but we still traded Christmas cards each year until recently when it became difficult for him to respond. My sincere condolences to all our family members, and to all whose lives he touched. Most respectfully, Tim Stone Commander US Navy (Ret)

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