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Everett Raymond Greene, 99, died at 2:10 a.m. on Friday, January 10, 2014 at Alhambra Care in Alhambra, IL. He was born December 29, 1914 in Jefferson County, IL the son of the late Bert and Stella (Clark) Greene. He was a member of the SeaBees during WW II. He retired in 1967 as a machine tender with Alton Box Board. After retirement, he went on to be the owner and operator of the Wood River and Alton Dairy Queen and Raymond’s Gun Shop in Alton and he was a commercial fisherman for years. His passions were hunting, fishing, golfing and the St. Louis Cardinals. On May 10, 1935 in Salem, IL he married Mable M. Cooper and she preceded him in death November 15, 1981. He went on to marry Roanna Simpson and later Selma Leigh, both preceded him in death.

Starting at 7 p.m., from August 2 to 5, at KOA Campground in Boone is the Greene’s Homecoming: a memorial for Tony & Everette Greene. This annual tradition will memorialize two southern gospel sensations, Tony Greene and his father, Everette Greene. This wholesome event is a special celebration of two Giants in God’s Army and in the History book of Southern Gospel.

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Barnardo Home Child George Everett Greene, who arrived in Canada on April 1, 1895.
George Everett Greene died of ill-treatment at the hands of his caregiver in the Township of Keppel, Ontario, on November 9, 1895. His caregiver was charged with murder, but the case was dropped by default. The story of Everett Greene prompted the public to question the juvenile immigration scheme.


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Major Label 3707 was released in summer 1987. We have never seen a copy of this LP.

Brad Goode (tp except -3); Paul McKee (tb except -3); Frank Tiberi (ss -2; cl except -2 and -3); Eddie Johnson (ts except -3); John Young (p innards -3; p); Eddie DeHaas (b); Joel Spencer (d); Duane Themm (vib -1); Nancy Riley (voc); Everett Green (voc).

Starting at 7 p.m., from August 2 to 5, at KOA Campground in Boone is the Greene’s Homecoming: a memorial for Tony & Everette Greene. This annual tradition will memorialize two southern gospel sensations, Tony Greene and his father, Everette Greene. This wholesome event is a special celebration of two Giants in God’s Army and in the History book of Southern Gospel.