In memory of

   Hallie Green



Hallie (Houts) Green was born on a farm in the very northwest corner of Missouri on December 15, 1913. Her sister was 3 years older and brother 4 years younger. Her father heard about the level plains of land available in Nebraska and purchased a farm, moving the family in 1921. The family attended church and Hallie accepted Christ as her Savior during her teens. After high school she taught in a rural school for four years. Wanting to be a nurse she studied Public Health Nursing at U of M. Her public health nursing was done in Pierce County, NE, where she met the one the Lord had for her life partner, Ernest Green. They were married in 1939. They had four children, Eldon (Lois) Green of TN, David (Cindy) Green of CO, Roger (Carol) Green of TX, Patricia (Rev. Gary) Cloud of OR and adopted daughter Beverly Wallace of MI; 12 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren. Every Sunday they listened to Charles Fuller's "Old Fashioned Revival Hour". One Sunday while listening, Ernest received the call to be a full-time minister of the Gospel; Hallie was at his side as he pastored several churches. Then they spent 14 years as missionaries in Congo, Tanzania, Grenada and Barbados. Hallie's experience as both teacher and nurse were of great help in these years of ministry. After retirement Hallie wrote a book, "No Certain Dwelling Place", which relates their experiences together in their service for the Lord. Hallie was preceded in death by her husband on March 13, 1999, six months short of their 60th wedding anniversary. A memorial service to celebrate Hallie's life will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Rush Creek Bible Church, 2334 76th St., Byron Center, MI.   In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Grace Ministries International or Grace Bible College.

Lot Location:  Nativity 278 D #4

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