In Loving

Russell Irvin Greene

May 13, 1948 – September 22, 2021

Russell Irvin Greene, 73, of Bumpass Virginia passed away peacefully in his home on
September 22nd surrounded by his family. Russell is survived by his loving wife of almost 50
years, Lynn T. Greene, and two daughters Emma L. Madison (Travis) and Jennifer G. Barlow.
He is also survived by his three grandchildren Jacob Uel Barlow, Abigayle Lynn Barlow and
Madelyn Grace Madison; four sisters, Lois Faulconer, Joyce Dunivan, Doris Tuttle (Edward),
Carolyn Snelson; sisters-in-law, Faye C. Greene and Judith T. Greene (Kermit), Evelyn Nelson
(Frank); a brother-in-law, Wayne Turney (Paula) and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews
and extended family.
Russell is preceded in death by his parents, Arthur Calhoun and Emma Frances Greene as well
as several siblings Arthur C. Greene Jr and his wife Virginia, William M. Greene and his wife
Cleo Greene Corker, Raymond W. Greene and his wife Estelle, John E. Greene, David T.
Greene and his wife Dixie, Mary Margaret Greene & Emily Francis Greene. He is also preceded
in death by three brothers-in-law William Dunnivan, William Snelson and Thomas Faulconer as
well as his beloved dog Buttons.
Russell was a graduate of Louisa County High School and attended Frederick College in
Portsmouth VA. He was a member of Murray Masonic Lodge No. 175 AF & AM. He was a
master carpenter and you could always find him in his shop building something. He was also an
all-around Mr. Fix- It. If it was broken he knew how to fix it. In his early years, he was a
volunteer firefighter with the Mineral and Bumpass Fire Departments. His career Included
working for Harris Company in Mineral VA, Dodd-Richardson Insurance Agency in Mineral VA,
and Woodward Insurance Agency in Louisa VA until his retirement.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, October 13, 2021 at 1pm with a Celebration of Life
immediately following at 2pm at Louisa Baptist Church, 305 E. Main Street Louisa VA 23093.
Out of extreme caution and health conditions of several family members attending the service,
the family requests that you kindly wear a mask while in the church.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Locust Creek Rescue Squad, Lake
Anna Rescue Squad, or Mineral and Bumpass Fire Departments.

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