Kelly Greene Obituary – Kelly J. Greene Richmond Hill is a city in Georgia. At the Candler Hospital in Savannah, Georgia, Kelly Joyce Greene passed away after a valiant battle with cancer. Her last resting place will be in heaven. At the time, she was 38 years old. She joined her two older brothers, Cory and Timothy, as their baby sister on May 28, 1983 after being born to her doting parents, Oscar and Maria Greene.
She was the youngest of three siblings. She received her education from the Muscogee County School District and was a model student throughout the entirety of her time while there. After completing her high school education at George W. Carver High School, she went on to study education at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. There, she was awarded a Bachelor of Education as well as a Master of Education degree. She began her career in education at Liberty Elementary School, which is located in Midway, Georgia.
After that, she went on to instruct, mentor, and advocate for children for almost 15 years. Both her pupils and her fellow teachers held a deep and abiding affection for her. She was selected as the Teacher of the Year for the year 2013. In 2018, Kelly graduated with an Education Specialist degree from Valdosta State University, where she also received her certification to instruct pupils who are academically gifted.
In addition to that, she was a major contributor to the success of her school in achieving the STEM certification. Kelly’s maternal grandparents, Lewis and Katherine Banks, and her paternal grandparents, Willie and Geneva Greene, passed away before her. Kelly never got to meet her paternal grandparents.
She leaves to cherish her memory her parents, Oscar and Maria Greene; two brothers, Cory Greene and Timothy Greene (Alexis); dearly loved uncles and aunt, Johnny Greene (Lethel), Lewis L. Banks, Jr. (Miranda), and Sheila Banks Wakeley (Melvin); very special nieces and nephews and a goddaughter whom she thought of as her own, Gavin Greene, Layla Greene, Caden Greene, The adults and the children who were a part of her life were profoundly influenced by her. Those who had the good fortune to spend time in her company will never forget her, despite the fact that she will be sorely missed.