Charles "Haynie" Green, age 74, of Nashville, Indiana, passed away on Sunday February 12, in Tyler, TX after suffering a heart attack. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held at 10am on Wednesday, February 15 at the Spring Hill Funeral Home, 5110 Gallatin Pike, Nashville, TN. A funeral service will be held at 11am (Visitation at 10:00) at the Nashville United Methodist Church at 36 South Jefferson St., Nashville, IN on Thursday, February 16, followed by a burial at the Hall Creek Cemetery in Hope, IN. He is survived by his wife of 30 years, Brenda Kay Green, Haynie’s children Shane (Cathey) Green of Hudson, NH, Chris (Denise) Green of Gallatin, TN, Alecia (Charles) Meador of Hendersonville, TN, Frederec (Robin) Green of Brentwood, TN (Mother-Martha Green of Hendersonville, TN), and Brenda’s children Melanie Roberts (Sarah Everett) and Mia Lee Bauman, of Indianapolis, IN. Mr. Green was preceded in death by his parents, Etta Carney Green and Buford Claiborne Green, brother Buford Green, Jr., sisters Ruth Hogue, Ardelle Woods, and Rose Gentry. Survived by sisters Bonnie Strickland and Marjorie Cassell of Nashville, TN, and numerous nieces, nephews and in-laws. Also survived by grandchildren Ryan Green, Corey Green, Misty Donoho, Sabrina Pate, Amy Peters, Frederec and Audrey Green, and Claire and Margot Allen. Great-grandchildren Jilli Donoho, Livvi Donoho, Griffin Pate, and Dreydin Robinson. Mr. Green was born in Nashville, TN on July 1, 1937. He graduated from Isaac Litton High School in 1955 and from Tennessee Tech University in 1961 as an Electrical Engineer. He worked for Nashville Electric Service for 16 years before moving to Indiana and working for Public Service of Indiana. In later years, he worked for Springfield Electric and subsequently worked as an independent electric power consultant to public and private industry, with a career spanning over 50 years. In the most recent six years, Haynie worked for his son, Fred, at Delek Refining’s Tyler, TX Refinery, where his knowledge, experience and leadership were greatly appreciated, and where he became a part of the Delek family. Mr. Green was an avid golfer and enjoyed bingo and feeding the deer and other wildlife around the log cabin where he lived. He and his wife, Brenda Kay, are the owners of the shop “Madeline’s” of Nashville, IN. Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to the MS Foundation.
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