George Lee Green

George Lee Green, of League City, passed away on Sunday, November 7, 2021 in Nassau Bay, Texas at the age of 66. He was born on September 6, 1955 in Abilene, Texas to Jesse and Dorothy Green.

After graduating top of his class at Lamar University, George started his career as a chemical engineer at Dupont. He went on to work for 25 years at Puffer-Sweiven before retiring early to travel the country on his 48 foot Tollycraft motor yacht with his beautiful wife, Pam. They were able to travel and meet new friends along the way.

He is preceded in death by his father, Jesse Murl Green and his step-father John Louis Prator along with his daughter Melissa Ann Green.

Survived by his wife, Pamela Ann Green; his 5 children and their spouse; Joshua Lee Green and Vanessa Green, Sarah Ruth Sims and William Sims Jr, Angel Marie Crain and Eric Crain, Tonya Renee Douglas, and Jonathan Wesley Enfinger and Olivia Enfinger; his mother; Dorothy Ruth Green; his 2 brothers; Timothy Murl Green and Eric Duane Green; 17 grandchildren; Nathan Lee Green, Justin Dylan Green, Leslie Ann Hall, Derek William Hall, Emma Grace Hall, Reagan Faith Sims, Sunni Lynn Prince, Austyn-Ley Jewel Crain, Dixie-Ann Ryvers Crain, Annabelle Star Crain, Robert Brayden Douglas, Kaidyn Emma Douglas, Ainslee Elle Clabo, Emory Paige Clabo, Maddy Layne Enfinger, Avary Hunter Enfinger, Wrenly Carter Enfinger

A Memorial Service to be held at New Hope Baptist Church on Saturday, November 13, 2021 at 2pm at New Hope Baptist Church, 3610 FM 646 East, Dickinson, TX 77539

The family asks that donations be made to MD Anderson Cancer Center in honor of George Green.

Flowers can be sent to New Hope Baptist Church Friday between 9 am-12 pm and Saturday between 11 am-12 pm.

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  1. (I am sorry Aunt Pam I always love you *)

  2. George was a great guy! I love you Pam !

  3. Dear Pam! We are so saddened to hear of this. Please know we are all thinking of you, sending prayers and well wishes as George continues to dance with his incredible smile in heaven.
    Craig, John, Olga and all of your Clearlake dancing family.

    Craig Elsbury
  4. (George was a great man. The few times I got to hang out with him Hunting we always had a great time. Rest in peace sir, my prayers and condolences to the family*)

    John Hofferber
  5. Pam, we are shocked and so sorry. George was such a great guy. We are unable to attend the memorial but our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Sharon and Alan Tipton
  6. George stood tall and straight among all men. Honesty, trustworthy, faithfulness, love for God…..this mother is so proud of her son in life and in death. He was the picture of a life well lived. Too soon we do part ways only to stand before God together one day.

    Dorothy Green
  7. Pam you are in our prayers. George’s death came too soon. We will miss him.
    The Lord willing we will see you at the service.
    Tom and Sara Paris Texas.

    Tom and Sara
  8. Pam:

    Rob and I are so very sorry to hear of George’s
    passing. We have fond memories of meeting you and George at different stops along The Great Loop.

    You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Rob and Robin Dare

    Rob and Robin Dare (Liberty Call)
  9. Dear Pam,
    Johnny and I were so sorry to learn of Goerge’s passing.
    What a great guy and fun to be around. Will never forget our “airline” dance production at Hobby Center – what a riot! Also, the great 40’s swing concert downtown Houston and that crazy New Years Eve party – not to mention midnight breakfast at IHOP!
    He is gone too soon and will be greatly missed.
    Prayers and condolences to you and your family.

    Love, Sue and Johnny

    Sue Alexander
  10. Pam, We are so sorry to hear of George’s passing. We have such fond memories of you both dancing and performing. Condolences to you and your family. We will keep you in our prayers.

    Sal and Joan

    Joan Viscontini
  11. Dear Pam,
    We wanted to send our love and prayers. Its so hard to loose a loved one. He will be missed. George was a fun soul and a great dancer!

    Praying for comfort,
    Mitzi and Mike Romanko

    Mitzi Romanko
  12. Eva and I worked with George at Puffer for a number of years. He was always a pleasure to be around and an excellent engineer. He must have had a wonderful family. We are very sorry for your loss.

    Eva and Tom Donalson

    Tom Donalson
  13. Pam and Family,

    George’s memorial was very uplifting. It was great to see – but not surprising – the magnitude of support extended to your entire family.

    I first met George at Puffer and had the pleasure of working with him many of his 25 years there. Everyone who talked to George for a few minutes knew how bright he was. Over time it was unique to watch him build the high level of trust he developed with fellow employees and our customers. His integrity was unquestioned.

    But as smart as George was he was an even kinder human being – and that’s a high bar. During and after the memorial I heard multiple examples of kind acts you and George performed. My wife Lee and I are also recipients of your kindness and we’ll never forget it… or you…or George.

    Eternally Grateful and Friends,

    Mary Lee and Mike Stackable
  14. Pam, the Henley’s are SO SORRY for your loss!! We pray for you daily!

    Grady Henley

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