Gary Green



Gary Randolph Green, 76, of Seymour, Indiana, passed away on August 26, 2022, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Gary was born on November 18, 1945 to the late Ralph “Nonie” and Florence (Chasteen) Green in Seymour, Indiana. He married the love of his life, Barbara “Barbie” Sue Asbury.

Gary was in the United States Marines during the Vietnam War years, and was stationed in California. While there, he fell in love with the State and stayed there several years. Gary later moved to Brewton, Alabama and worked over 25 years as an accountant until his retirement. Upon retirement, he returned to Seymour where he lived the last 10 (approx.) years of his life.

In his High School years in Seymour, Gary was a cook at Hart’s Sandwich Shop (now Larrison’s). It was there that he met Barbie, who became his wife. He loved the Marine Corps through and through, but in addition he particularly enjoyed listening to Beethoven, the Beatles, writing poetry and, above all else, watching Notre Dame Football. He has every Irish football game recorded for almost the past 40 years.

He is survived by his daughter, Megan Emily Green and Step-Daughter, Auburn Michelle Ivey, both of Los Angeles, as well as his son-in law, Gregory Stone of Los Angeles. He is also survived by his brothers Terry Roland Green of Texas, Allen Randall Green of Louisiana, baby brother Mark David Green of Seymour Indiana and former wife, Mary Ann Sherer Green, Mother of Megan and Auburn.

Gary was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara Sue Green; his parents, Ralph and Florence Green; his oldest sister Martha Satterly, his sister Sandra Leudeman, and his brother Dana “Friendly” Green.

Cremation services are being handled by the caring staff of Voss and Sons Funeral Service. A Family and Friends Service will be held at a later date.

The family requests any memorial contributions please be made to the All Secure Foundation at This is a 501(c)3 non- profit serving veterans and their families who are experiencing combat trauma.

You are invited to read Gary’s obituary at, where you may sign the online register book, light a candle or leave a condolence for the family to appreciate.

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