Marilyn and Erwin 'Ed' Green
Westminster, CO - Marilyn and Erwin "Ed" Green were long-time residents of Hudson, Ohio. Eleven years ago, they moved to Westminster, Colorado, where they both recently passed away peacefully.
She was a co-founder of the Towpath Preschool in Peninsula, Ohio. She also worked as the administrative assistant to the Great Lakes Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church of America. Marilyn was very active in the Covenant Church Salad Luncheons during the Home and Garden Tours.
Ed was a veteran of the U. S. Army and had the distinction of driving the rear tandem of the Atomic Cannon in President Eisenhower's inaugural parade. He was employed by Goodyear Aerospace and then Babcock & Wilcox as an electrical and mechanical engineer. He was an ambulance driver with Hudson EMS. He also volunteered many hours with Habitat for Humanity in Summit County and with the Haven of Rest Ministries in Akron, Ohio.
Together, they loved to travel with friends. They were active in the Friendship Connection and hosted many foreign students who visited Hudson. Additionally, they became involved in the Hudson-Landsberg Sister City Project, and traveled to Landsberg am Lech, Germany.
After living in Hudson for 44 years and raising four graduates of Hudson Schools, they leave a legacy of love and heritage to their family and friends, as well as an example of service to their family, church, and community.
Published on October 25, 2020