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September 25, 1962 ~ April 25, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
Vida Green, a loving and devoted mother, sister, and friend, passed away peacefully on April 25, 2023, in Lyndhurst, Ohio. Born on September 21, 1962, in Cleveland, Ohio, Vida touched the lives of many throughout her 60 years with her warm presence and genuine kindness.
Vida was a proud graduate of Cleveland Public Schools, where she received an excellent education that would serve as a foundation for her lifelong commitment to learning and personal growth. Her passion for helping others led her to a fulfilling career as a caregiver, where she dedicated her time and energy to providing comfort, support, and companionship to those in need.
A loving mother, Vida is survived by her children, Lenon Trample and Kendell Green, who will forever cherish the memories they shared with their mother. Vida was predeceased by her son, Foster Green, who she held close to her heart until her final days. Vida's love extended beyond her immediate family, as she leaves behind her sisters, Mamie Hall, Sekeeta Phillips, and Jeanette Green, who will miss her dearly.
Vida was a woman who truly understood the value of family, and she treasured the time she spent with her loved ones. She was an integral part of countless family functions, where her infectious laughter and warm embrace could always be counted on to brighten the room. Vida's love for her family was unwavering, and her memory will live on through the countless lives she touched.
In her free time, Vida had a passion for playing cards, a hobby that brought her endless hours of joy and provided her with the opportunity to create lasting memories with her friends and family. Her love for music was undeniable, and she could often be found listening to her favorite tunes while dancing and singing along without a care in the world.
Vida's loving and compassionate nature was evident in her many interests and passions, which ranged from her career as a caregiver to her love for music and family gatherings. Her genuine kindness and warmth made her a beacon of light in the lives of those who knew her, and her memory will continue to shine brightly in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to have known her.