Holly Green

August 09, 1958 ‒ November 29, 2020

Mansfield, Ohio


Mansfield: Holly Green, 62, passed away Sunday November 29, 2020 at The James Ohio State University fighting a battle with Leukemia.

Holly was born August 9, 1958 in Mansfield to Leo and Oma Hall (Blevins).
She was a homemaker, dedicating her time to her family.

She will always be remembered for her giving heart, beautiful smile and hugs.
Holly is survived by her husband Charles Green; daughter and son-in-law Janie and Robert Lee; daughter Jessica Hamm; son Larry Hamm, Jr; grandchildren Corissa, Braden, Jr., Randy, Jr., Adriana, Corenda, Mariah, Averey, Ronald, Shawn and Railynn; great grandchildren Delta and Jeep all of Mansfield; her mother Oma Owens of Olive Hill, Ky; brother and sister-in-law Luster and Shirley Hall of Shiloh; sister Lois Dean of Mansfield; brother and sister-in-law Allen and Darlene Hall of Olive Hill, Ky; sister and brother-in-law Marta and Bennie Mosier of Belliville; along with several nieces and nephews, and best friends Vicki and JD Lykins and her dogs Meme and Lilly.

Holly was preceded in death by her father Leo Hall; sister Evelyn Mauk; and brother Terry Hall.
The family will receive family and friends Saturday, December 5, 2020 from 11 am to 1 pm in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home, where the funeral service will follow at 1 pm. Pastor Danny Dickerson will officiate.

A benefit for Holly’s family will be held Saturday, December 12, 2020 at Tom’s Tavern 2- 6 pm.

Please visit snyderfuneralhomes.com to watch Holly’s tribute video and leave a message for the family.

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  • so sorry for your loss Jess and Family.Holly was a very nice and givening person.My heart goes out to all of you.

  • Some of my happiest childhood memories were made with the Hamm family back in the day. We were always spending the night with them or they would stay with us at our grandmas house. We had so much fun just being together. I loved how much love and laughter filled their home. I know Holly and Kurt taught their kids how to love their babies and be good hearted people and Im so proud of them. My heart is in pieces for you guys. May your Momma rest in Heavenly peace. ❤

  • Our sorrow for your sorrow Jess, along with your family. I know how your heart overflows when you love and feels hurt so deeply in loss. We are here when you need to lean or for just a hug.

  • Mom and I are both deeply saddened by the passing of our dear friend Holly. She will always be remembered. We have fourty plus years of great memories of this special woman. My she rest in peace and we’re praying for her family and friends.

  • Janie and jess and family, deepest condolences so very sorry prayers and with you all, Laura Lester

  • Larry, Kaye, Janie…I am so very sorry for the loss of your mother. And to the grandkids,greatgrandkids the loss of your grandma. We will pray for peace and comfort in the coming days ,weeks and during the holidays as well. She was a sweet lady. Please let us know if we can do anything for you in this time.

    Burley, Camellia & family

  • To the entire family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Holly was such a pleasure to be around. Kind to me always. She always asked about my health issues and made sure to hug me and tell me to take care of myself. Such a beautiful lady with a kind heart and a pleasure to be around always. Again I’m very, very sorry for your loss. God bless each and everyone of you during this time of grief. All my ❤️

  • Dear my beautiful momma,
    Today was just hard. I just miss you so bad. I promise you I will never stop trying to make you proud but I want you to know I am so proud of how hard you fought and will forever hold in my heart how you literally gave your life for me. You are not just my mom but you are my very best friend and my hero. Thank you for being the best mom and friend a girl could ask for. The memories are endless as we was inseparable and the love and strength you taught me will guide me through this life. Rest easy Momma until I get there to be with you again.

  • I’m so sorry for your families loss. Holly was always so sweet to me, she was truly a special woman! I will keep you all in my prayers

  • I am so sorry to hear of Holly’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you now and in the coming days…

  • To my beautiful best friend, we both love and miss you, you will be in our hearts forever, And to the kids dont forget us, come and see us we love you all.

  • To my beautiful friend i will miss you, I love you rest in peace until we meet again. Love you margie

  • Holly you were the sweetest and most giving person, truly one of a kind. Until we meet again, “Love you baby.”

  • I meet Holly in 7th grade gym glass, when she came up to me and said hi Edith, I asked her how she knew my name and she said it was wrote on my shoe 👞, we both had good laugh.
    That was when our friendship started, she introduced me to my husband that made a big difference in my life, our lives made changes but many years later we were still close friends,
    A true friend is when you can go for years not seeing each other, then when you get together nothing has changed, almost like you’ve seen each other often.
    Praying for Holly’s family and friends for comfort at this time.