Edna Muriel (Sword) Green
Carrollton & Farmers Branch

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Edna Muriel (Sword) Green
April 29th, 1927 December 16th 2012

On December 16th, 2012, the Ultimate Prayer Warrior, recipient of numerous miracles, was called home to Heaven after honoring Carrollton, Texas for over half a century of residency. We mourn the physical loss yet rejoice in the spiritual gain as Edna enters in to Paradise and is celebrating with all of her family and friends that has preceded her arrival; everyone is considered friends as Edna "never met a stranger"
Some consider a role model as their "rock"; Edna was considered the "rock's rock" as her faith in God was unparalleled and unwavering..
Edna's legacy is very simple yet powerful; she stood for fairness, stood for what is right but most of all, she stood for God which was evident in her daily talk and in her daily walk. One of Edna's greatest treasures thru God was her pets and her family. She was the daughter of Cecil and Ollie Sword (McCord) to whom preceded her in death along with her brothers, Curtis Ray Sword, Thomas Dee Sword, Andrew Cecil Sword along with her sisters, Mary Elizabeth Wright and Mildred Frances Young. Edna transitioned from Edna Sword to Edna Green upon the marriage to Charles B. Green on September 14th, 1946. They expanded their family via daughters, Patricia Darlene Reddick, Carol Ann Moorman, Martha Sue Hlavaty and sons, Charles Terry Green and James Gary Green; her blessings grew in multitudes thru numerous grand and great grandchildren.
The viewing will be Thursday, December 20th, 2012 from 6-8pm at Metrocrest Funeral Home @ 1810 North Perry Rd., Carrollton, Texas 75006.
The funeral service will be Friday, December 21st, 2012 @ at 10am @ First Baptist Church Carrollton, 2400 North Josey Ln. Carrollton, Texas 75006 (across from Newman Smith High School). Graveside service immediately following at Carrollton, Furneaux Cemetery; on Cemetery Hill, 1 blk. South of Rosemead, designated section is west side of the complex Pallbearers are: Jeremy Green, Nicholas Green, Chris Hlavaty, Shane Moorman, Michael Reddick, Joshua Moorman and Jeff Crook. Officiating, will be FBCC Senior Pastor, Dr. Brent Taylor.

Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams



1927 - 2012

Furneaux Cemetery, Carrollton, Denton County, Texas


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