Today, we pause to pay tribute to the memories of one who endeared herself in the hearts of her family and friends. She was greatly admired and dearly loved.
Mrs. Jo Ann Henry Green departed this life and entered into eternal rest September 8, 2021. She was born on August 3, 1957 in Florence, South Carolina, the daughter of Emma Henry and the late Ivory Henry, Sr.
“Joann” attended the public schools of Florence County and was a graduate of Wilson High School Class of 1976.
She was employed at various companies including Checkers, where she was the Manager, Colonial Finance, where she was the Assistant Manager, USDA Cotton Division, South Florence Exxon Kitchen, Carolina Hospital Systems, and GE Health Care until her health declined.
Jo Ann confessed Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior at an early age at Mount Sinai Holiness Church. She was later baptized and received the baptism of the Holy Ghost at House of God Florence. She was a faithful and dedicated servant in God’s Church. She served as a Deaconess, Usher, and was the Overseer of the Kitchen.
Jo Ann Green was united in holy matrimony to Anthony Nathaniel Green in 2005.
She was preceded in death by her father, Ivory Henry; a brother, Christopher Russell Henry; and her father-in-law, State Elder Elijah Green.
She leaves to cherish her loving memories: her husband, Anthony; one son, Mario Williams of Florence, South Carolina; one daughter, Brandilyn Wright of Florence, South Carolina; one stepdaughter, Syritta (Jermaine) Robinson of Florence, South Carolina; one stepson, Christopher Robinson of Florence, South Carolina; nineteen grandchildren, to include Xavier Williams, raised in the home, Chyna, Kyzhier, Josh, India, ZaRhyia, Ayden, Kacen, JoCorion, KhaMari, Layonna, Jamiyah, Zybrielle, Carsen, Ezekiel, Maddox, Averie, Peyton, and Kendrick all of Florence, South Carolina; a great granddaughter, Kaidence of Florence, South Carolina; her mother, Emma Henry of Florence, South Carolina; two brothers, Stanley Henry and Ivory Henry both of Florence, South Carolina; two sisters, Gail (Elijah) Tindal and Teresa (Yul) Harley both of Florence, South Carolina; her mother-in-law, Elder Florena Green of Florence, South Carolina; and a host of special nieces, nephews, godchildren, aunts, uncles, and friends.
Please keep the family of Jo Ann Henry Green in your thoughts and prayers.