Claduius “Lucky Clyde” Green

Claduius “Lucky Clyde” Green

February 10, 1956 ~ April 07, 2020

Claudius W. Green was born on February 10, 1956 in Manhattan, NY; he then moved to Bronx, NY for approximately 10 years. Clyde was one of 8 children. He has an associate degree in Psychology; However, his passion is art. He married the love of his life Kim Green on May 27th, 2001. Between the two of them they shared 3 children, Claudius Jr, Danielle, and Jazmyn.
He moved to Florida in 1997 to be near his Mother. He is survived by his Mom (Margaret), 2 siblings (Dennis & Crystal), Wife (Kim), 3 children (Clyde, Danielle, Jaz), 9 Grandchildren, Many nieces/ nephews, Aunts/Uncles, Cousins, and friends.


Cristina McClellan - Niece

April 15, 2020, 7:28 am

In Loving Memory of Uncle Clyde Of all the many blessings, However great or small To have had you for an Uncle, Was the greatest one of all. The family chain is broken now and nothing seems the same. But as good takes us one by one the chain will link again. I love and miss you dearly. May your soul rest in peace.

  • Relationship: Niece

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