Teresa D. Green

Sunrise: May 29, 1959

Sunset: November 30, 2018

On November 30, 2018 Teresa Delphine Green quickly slipped out of time into eternal peace with Jesus Christ. Teresa Delphine Green was born May 29, 1959 in Aliquippa, PA. She was the daughter of Lee Green, Sr. and Sadie Green. She later relocated to Portsmouth, PA. She accepted Christ at an early age at St. John Missionary Baptist Church in Aliquippa, PA. She received her education from the Portsmouth Public Schools, and graduated from Manor High School, class of 1978. She furthered her education, receiving her degree at Kee’s Business College. In the late 70s she managed the family store of Truxton’s Confectionary. She worked for lawyer Sterling Weaver, Lilliam Vernon until they closed, H&R Block, and was currently working at Walmart, until her health began to decline.

Teresa loved the Lord, and was family oriented. She was affectionately call, “Treetop” by her grandmother, Irene Walker. She loved her family very much. She was the favorite and strict aunt. She had a passion of giving and helping others; she was a dedicated hard worker. Teresa was also instrumental. She played the violin in the high school orchestra. She will be missed by her smile, laughter, and jokes.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Irene Walker; paternal grandmother, Mamie Jones; cousin, Jimmie Gaskins; uncles, Gregory Jones, Adolph Gaskins, Johnny Gaskins, and George Owens.

Teresa leaves to cherish her memories her sons, Master Sergent Lee Edward Green (Carmica) of Jacksonville, NC and Lenard Dean Green (Tangela) of Virginia Beach, VA; five grandchildren, LeSean, Carmen, Carlee, Josiah, and Lenae; three sisters, Ira Turner of Portsmouth, VA. Ellen Green of Chesapeake, VA and Chevella Morgan (Devon) of Portsmouth, VA; one brother, Lee Green, Jr. (Sharon) of Chesapeake, VA; nieces, Lashonda, Teriea, and Shayla; nephews, Mark, Nathaniel, Andrew, Terrell, Jamal, Devon and Devontae; one god-sister, Vicki Burnley of Portsmouth, VA; seven aunts, Maggie Moreland of Aliquippa, PA, Shirley Randall (John) of Prince George, VA, Louise Elmore (Robert) of Aliquippa, PA, Donna Joyner (Donald) of Oxon Hill, MD, Regina Owens of Washington, DC, Sandra Kelley of Portsmouth, VA, Brenda Allen (David) of Chesapeake, VA; two uncles, Roosevelt Jones of Coraopolis, PA and Robert Jones of Ambridge, PA; special friend, Norman Deloatch; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Viewing Thursday, December 6, 2018 Metropolitan Funeral Service 5605 Portsmouth Boulevard Portsmouth, VA 23701 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Friday, December 7, 2018 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Portsmouth Chapel Interment Greenlawn Memorial Gardens 3920 Airline Boulevard Chesapeake, VA 23320

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    Vernell Gray says

    To the Family
    My heart goes out to you. A link has been broken. You have my deepest sympathy & May the peace of God be with you.
    Ms. V. (Vernell) Walmart #5253

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    Richard Grant says

    Ellen And Family,
    Am sorry to hear of your loss. My condolences and deepest sympathy.

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    Sandra Jones Kelly says

    I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live ….. John 11:25

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    Kimberly Moreland says

    To the Green family my condolence go out to Aunt. Sadie and my cousins .Lord give this family peace and strength during this time of sorrow. I am lost of words Teresa is going to truly be missed. Cousin RIH .

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    From The Daisy Chain Social & Charity Club (VA), we send our condolences from the sisters of the Zinnia Chapter to a lovely person whom participated in serving a great part of our community. Love always, Zinnia Chapter

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    Sylvia Hall says

    Ellen and Family,
    My deepest sympathy—continue to hold on to God’s unchanging hands and all your sweet memories. Joy will come in the mornings.

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    Le'sa K. DeVeaux says

    There are no words that I could say to ease your pain but to reassure you that my best friend, my sister is no longer in pain but happiness of being with the Lord. Please remember that throughout our lives she will be there watching over all that she loved. I will miss her so very much words just can’t describe my pain and your pain as well at the loss of a great and beautiful soul as my sister, Teresa. My girl, you will be SO missed by us all. To her family, if you EVER need me, I will be there. To my God sons, I love you SO much and will always be here for you and your families. God please bless us all and help us with the pain inside we have had since finding out about my sisters passing. It is SO hard to know that I am now alone without her in my life. I love you Teresa SO much.

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    Michelle McDowell from CNIC says

    My Dearest Ellen,
    I am so saddened by the loss of your sister. Our sister(s) are our first friends in life for it is through those interactions that we learn the value of a true confidante. It is my hope that the love of family and friends will comfort and strengthen you during this season. I am here for you. May God bless your family.

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    Steven Jerome battle says

    Teresa I have never ever forget you you always be a part of my heart love Steven Jerome battle

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