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Brian Alan Green, son of Susan (Boyd) Green and the late Jack Green, was born on September 3, 1966, in San Juan, Puerto Rico and passed away at his home in Lake Worth, Florida on March 31, 2017.
After graduating from Triton Regional High School, Brian served in the U.S. Army for four years, stationed in Germany. Following his service, Brian attended the Chapman School of Seamanship in Stuart, Fla. and obtained his 100-ton license to become a yacht captain, spending the remainder of his life in Florida captaining yachts for large corporations and personal clients. He loved the sea and became proficient in every aspect of boating, travelling the east coast and the Caribbean for nearly two decades. More recently Brian left the yachting industry and was pursuing a degree in the field of History from Florida Atlantic University. Brian was an avid reader and was particularly interested in the Medieval Period of history. His goal was to become a teacher or researcher. Brian participated in many community service projects while living in Florida, assisting in renovating churches, Habitat for Humanity, and other similar projects.
Brian enjoyed skiing, fishing, and cooking, and especially enjoyed trying new recipes, some of which he received from a friend over Skype in Indonesia. He had many skills, and when visiting home, he was very generous with his time and energy, undertaking various landscaping and building projects. He was fun to be around, and had a wonderful sense of humor.
He was predeceased by his father, Jack Green, and his stepfather, George Geanakos.
In addition to his mother, Brian is survived by his sister, Kelly O’Meara and brother, Bradford Green, aunt, Katherine Wilkes; uncles, Stephen Boyd and David Boyd; two nieces, Ruby and Samantha; a nephew, Cameron, and many cousins and friends.
Brian will be dearly missed.
There will be a memorial service at Trinity Episcopal Church, 26 White Street (Route 110), Haverhill, on July 13 at 11 a.m. Burial will be private.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a veteran's homeless shelter of your choice.
Published on  July 8, 2017
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