Heather L. Green

Heather L. Green, 46, from Amarillo, passed away August 25, 2022, surrounded by family. She was born in Amarillo, Texas October 17, 1975, to Dorothy Boyett and Don Thompson.

There will be a memorial for Heather at 6:00 p.m., on Tuesday, August 30, 2022, at Destiny’s Garden, 1134 E. Loop 335 South in Amarillo Texas.

She is married to Michael Green of Amarillo.

She loved many things including here elephants and owls. But mostly, she loved her grandchildren.  She had a giving heart and was willing to help her family when they were in need, if she had what they needed. Throughout her life she would even sacrifice things for herself to help her family.
She still had time to have many great adventures throughout her life. And now she is having the greatest adventure of all.

She was preceded in death by her father, Don Thompson.

She is survived by her husband, Michael Green of Amarillo; her two children, her son Ryan Whittington and wife Megan, and her daughter, Alacyn Dean, and her husband Josh, and her three grandkids, Laughlin, Adlai and Arthur.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made via Venmo @Mike-Green-227.

 

4 Comments

  1. Kathy Taylor

    Heather was a wonderful wonderful sister to me I used to take care of her when my mom was at work and Heather was little we went for a long walks every day I loved her with all my heart and always will

  2. Albert , Bitty & Susie Green

    Last seeing her at lunch at Calico County she looked so good and you would never expect there was any problems . RIP sweet lady we will all see you soon.

  3. Dora Taylor

    Heather is my baby sister an I’m the oldest.when she was but ,about a year oldshe was ready lay down for her nap an MoMA was busy an I gave her her pacifier an she threw it an I said MoMA you need to hold her only way she going go sleep so give her what she wants .MoMA says Dora she is fine for a moment I said I’m not she screaming.moma says she must learn so she just wanted be left alone an in her bed .so all sudden she was turning blue .MoMA hollars Breathe heather ,come on, child you shouldnt know how to hold your breath like that…an MoMA had Hollar Heather laahawn now you stop this an breath
    I said .MoM she need stop now put her in her bed an she kept have to breathe in heathers face cause Heather wanted her way an wasn’t going to breath til she got it .she is the life an hour that held us all together, love her so so so much,

  4. Bill Schilling

    Mike Green was one of my deceased sons best friends. I’m sure he’ll take care of Heather until Mike can join them. She must have been a wonderful lady which did not have the pleasure of meeting.

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