Clipped From Anderson Daily Bulletin
Ray Green, 71, ~" Of Lapel Dies LAPEL -7 tUjr Green, 71, of Lapel, died at 10 a.m. Sunday a* the Rirervievr Hospital j ty anc ] had retired from UÂ», Guide Lamp Division in Aadcr- son after 23 years of Â«ervice.;"',.- ' \ Noblesvilk. He was a lif*loiÂ« resident of the Lapel with the General Motors Cora- .,, ,,., bom the son of William A. and Greed . He was a member ?.?; Hess Â« lhe UAW-CIO Local 663. H.T married the former 'Fern vester May 7, 19E1, wbo sur- Â·Â·Â·' vives. Also' surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Helen Jones Nob'.esviile, Mrs. DeUacene ot Hetherford and Mrs. Alice- :Â£ two Breese, both of Anderson; three sons, Otis V., HSbert and nie Green, all of Lapel; brothers, Raymond and Holland Green, both of Lapel; two the ters, Miss Leta Green and ;tb Sylvia Seward, both of ville: 15 grandchildren; n great-grandchildren. A sis- 3 '