Isaac Edward Green

August 2, 1961 — July 19, 2018

Isaac Edward Green

The Lord called home his faithful servant on July 19, 2018.  Born August 2, 1961 in Elberton Georgia to the late Isaac and Janie Mae Green.  He is survived by his wife Juanita N. Green, his son Isaac Green Jr., siblings: Mae (John), James (Joann), Jimmy, (Rhonda), Freddie, Freda, Valerie, Josephine (Sam), Diane Green-Hairston, step sons;  Brandon & Aaron Cassel, step grandchildren; Elana, Tristan & Connor.  Predeceased by siblings:  Betty, Patricia, Louise & Joe. 

Isaac was also expecting his first grandchild in September.

Isaac was previously employed by the Vehicle Maintenance Center and was a current employee of Capitol Region Water. He was a graduate of John Harris High School.

His interests/talents were basketball, LA Lakers, football, Baltimore Ravens, weightlifting, camping, fishing, baking, shopping, fashionable dressing, and anything where he could get his hands dirty.  He could hold a conversation with anybody and his presence would bring a smile to anyone. 

Most of all, Isaac loved his God and Savior.  Those who knew Isaac,  and were touched by his life, know that God came for one of his finest servants. 

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