See obituary below:
Samuel Scott Green, 35, of Franklin, MA died at home on February 18, 2018.
Born in Natick, MA on April 8, 1982, the son of Wayne W. Green of Franklin and Roberta L. (Grenon) Revell and her husband Paul of Medway, Sam grew up and lived in Woonsocket, RI prior to moving to Franklin in 2000. He has lived in Quincy, MA and Louisville, KY. He traveled to many places in the US with his latest adventure in Oregon.
He was an honors graduate of Quincy High School in Massachusetts.
Sam was a talented, inventive self-employed carpenter. His finish carpentry skills were sought after. He worked as a land surveyor travelling throughout the country for a gas pipeline company. He also worked for Precision Garage Doors in the Midwest.
His passions included ocean fishing, bonfires, fast cars, snowboarding, telling funny stories but mainly helping his family and friends whenever they asked (many times without being asked). True to his name, he was known for using his “Green” thumb. His most favorite pastime was eating.
In addition to his parents he is survived by his siblings, Kimberly Lewis and her husband David, Sabrina Green and Geoffrey Green, all of Cumberland, RI.
He was the beloved uncle of nephew Derick Green and nieces Seraphyn Green and Lilyanne Lewis.
Sam held a special place in his heart for his uncle Scott Green of Marshfield. He is survived by many other aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends.
His funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 24 in the Ginley Funeral Home of Franklin (www.ginleyfuneralhomes.com) 131 Main Street, Franklin at 10am. Burial will be in Union Street Cemetery following the service.
Calling hours will be on Friday from 5-8 pm at Ginley Funeral Home, Franklin.