- About Us
MRS. BEATRICE GREEN died unexpectedly in the hospital on November 10, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland at the age of 74. Beatrice is survived by her children, King Jr., Yvonne, Michael, Tyrone, Anita, Alethia, Telethia and Tiara. Our mother had 30 plus grandchildren and great-grandchildren whom she helped raised and loved very dearly. She had two brothers Carlyle Lesane, Harry Lesane and other host of nieces, nephews and other relatives of Florence South Carolina. She also leaves three brother-in-laws, Melvin, Edward and James; two sister-in-laws, Janie and Angela. She was fortunately to gain one son-in-law Cleavon and daughter-in-law Cheryl. Beatrice also have other host of family and friends that will miss her dearly. She was preceded in death by her husband King Green Sr., her daughter Juanita Green, her grandson Emontaz Hill, her only sister Susie Johnston, eight brothers and mother-in-law Georgia Greene.
Beatrice Lesane was born on February 28, 1944 in Florence, South Carolina to the late Ozella and Malachi Lesane. She only completed junior high school how-ever she was a very smart lady and always instilled in her children to continue their education. She married King Green Sr., whom she had nine children from and they move to Baltimore City to make a life for themselves.
After moving to Baltimore City Beatrice was a stay at home mom who raised her children to be strong individuals. her children remember her as a strong mother who encouraged them to pursue their dreams and how to survive in this world. Beatrice loved to cook and she love to play loud music before she had her stroke 14 years ago. However, with the care that her daughters gave her she was able to survive her stroke. She was a generous and dedicated individual who loved her family and who was passionate about family. She always wanted her children to stick together regardless "A family that prays together stay together".
Beatrice always opened her home to her kids friends when they didn't have place to stay. Her house was the party house and she loved feeding the neighborhood in east Baltimore. She was an active and dedicated member of the Better Day-Day-Care in Owings Mills Md. and Winter Growth Center in Columbia Md. where she attends daycare and lived at with her daughter Alethia. "Mommy and grandma you will be missed and we all love you.