Pinkie Lee Green
The angelic hosts came for Pinkie Lee Green, 83, on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014 in the Fairfield Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Fairfield, among loving family and devoted friends.
Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, at Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 700 IH-45, in Fairfield, with Rev. Michael Daniels, pastor, True Vine DOXA Center, officiating and Rev. C.W. Anderson serving as eulogist. Interment will follow at Pine Top Cemetery in Oakwood.
Pinkie Lee Green was the fourth child born to T.J. Turner and Dollie Gibson Turner on March 27, 1930 in the Butler community of Freestone County, where she grew up and attended the public schools. She was baptized in the Youngs Mills Church at an early age.
Pinkie was married to Paul Coleman and Arnestia “Ted” Green.
She was employed by the Fairfield Hospital and retired from Mexia State School in 1989. Green held membership in Fairfield Missionary Baptist Church where she sang in the choir and was involved in Sunday School.
Pinkie had a passion for fishing from sun up to sun down. She will best be remembered for saying exactly what was on her mind.
She was preceded in death by her parents; four brothers, Elbert Turner, T.J. Turner Jr., Leon Turner and Marvin Turner; her husbands; and her daughter, Pauline Coleman.
Those left to cherish her memory most are her daughters, Glenda Coleman of Fairfield, Kathy Elaine Coleman and husband Ervin of Plano and Lashun Randle and husband Keith of Fairfield; her sisters, Effie Davis of Fairfield, Lela Haynes and husband Willie, and Margie Mims, all of Dallas, and Gloria Blair and husband Rev. Wendell Blair of Dallas; her aunt, Laura Woodard of Dallas; her uncle, Berry Allen and wife Lillian of Dallas; her grandchildren, Marcus O’Brien Shed and wife Tasha, and Gregory Sean Randle; her great-grandchildren, Mylan Shed, Mychal Shed, Noah Shed and Brendyn Shed; her dogs, Benji, Missy and Skip; and her cat, Blackie; and a host of family and friends.
Moore’s Angelic Funeral Home is serving the family of Pinkie Lee Green. Visit mooresangelicfuneralhome.com to sign the guest book and light a candle.