Section: A Lot: 42D Grave: 4
David M Green
Born: September 26th, 2001
Died: June 6th, 2021
Obituary for David Michael Green
“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day—and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing.”
II Timothy 4:7-8
Early Sunday morning, June 6, 2021 the Lord called another soul from their earthly labor to heavenly reward. David Michael Green, the youngest of two boys was born on September 26, 2001 to Glenda Green in Columbia, South Carolina.
A product of Richland School District Two, David was an outstanding basketball and football player. He participated in recreation league and travel basketball teams. He was the quarterback for Blythewood Middle School, Blythewood High School, and Ridgeview High School. In his spare time, David enjoyed watching University of South Carolina Men’s Basketball and Football teams. He was a fan of the NFL Washington Team and his favorite basketball player was LeBron James. Known by many as “sneaker head” David enjoyed shopping for the newest kicks. He was the life of the party, bringing fun wherever he was. If you needed words of encouragement, David was your guy.
David grew up in the church at First Northeast Baptist Church surrounded by caring, compassionate and loving people. He attended Children's Church and was a member of the Youth Choir, Youth Usher Board, Youth Ministry, Church Outreach Ministry and Drama Ministry. David accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord in Savior at Camp Cedine and decided to be baptized at First Northeast Baptist Church at a young age.
David was preceded in death by his grandparents, JC and Etta Green, and his uncle, Michael Green.
David leaves to cherish his memories his loving mother, Glenda Green, his brother, Daniel Green, and sister in love Denyelle "Denny" Collins all of Columbia, SC; an uncle, James C. Green, Fort Belvoir, VA; and three aunts: Sharon (Charles) Darden, Lansing, KS; Judy Green, Columbia, SC; and Gloria Green, Murfreesboro, TN; his aunt-in-love Faye Green, Rockville, MD.
In addition, David leaves behind a host of cousins - Danilo Green; Lawrence Jacobs, Jr.; Bobbi Green; James C Green; Michele Green; Alicia Green; James A Green; Charles Darden, Jr.; Leilani Green; Michael Green, Jr.; Alexandria Darden; Jasmin Green; Victoria Darden; Stephanie Darden; Jamila Green; and many friends who loved him dearly.