Micah Glendon Green, age 35, of Tucker, GA passed away Saturday, March 19, 2016. He was born in Albany, GA on Sept. 1, 1980. Micah was preceded in death by his father, Gregory Lee Green. He is survived by his mother, Brenda Green of Morganton, GA; brother, Matthew Green of Morganton, GA; grandmother, Mildred Green of Jonesboro, GA and nephew, Jake Green. A funeral service will be held at 3:00 pm, Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel with Dr. Lamar Holley officiating. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation, in memory of Micah, to the Glenn Garcelon Foundation (www.glenngarcelonfoundation.org), P.O. Box 2104, Lake Oswego, OR 97035. The family will receive friends prior to the service from 1:00-3:00 pm at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com.

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  1. Micah, you fought a courageous battle against a tough disease and you did it with courage and a positive attitude.
    Brenda, my heart goes out to you and you did all you good to make his journey more comfortable….we will both miss
    him so much.

  2. Matt, we are so sorry to hear about your brother, Micah. Please know that your friends at ASBECO are thinking of you and your family. We are here for you.

  3. Micah you were a friend to me, at times a hero. You showed more strength than I could ever imagine. You were my most talented friend. I was always so proud and loved to show your decorations and designs to everyone. You were fiercely loyal to those you cared about. During our 12 year friendship, we sometimes grew apart but even then I thought about you all the time and at some point we would always pick right back up. You were a bright light in my life. Some of my most special times were spent with you. You always supported me. I would not be where I am if not for you. I wish I had told you more of these things when you were here, but we just did not have that kind of relationship. I wish we had. I do hope you knew how proud I was of you and how much I valued you. There are no words to express how wonderful you were or how sad I am. I could not have imagined how this would all feel or how shocking it would be. You were too young, but I know you lived a full life. I know you lived a good life. God takes the best first, and I know you got to see your dad again. I know you always missed him. And I am sure Nessa was waiting on you too. I am so happy I got to see your special place you shared with your dad and brother. That was such a fun day.
    Brenda, Mary, Matt, Jacob, Micah’s Grandmother, and the rest of the family and friends, I am so very sorry. I am so glad Micah had his mom to do so much to help him through all of the struggles. I hope you all are surrounded by love right now to comfort you. I am praying for all of you.

  4. Brenda…I am so sorry for you and your family. I wasn’t honored to meet Micah. But I feel like I knew him through you. You made him sound like a very special person. Micah was very lucky to have a Mom like you. You were always so strong and made sure his every need was met. My heart goes out to you. Just know that we have a very loving God and now Micah is in heaven pain free and with his Dad. Love you my dear friend ?

  5. I will always remember Micah for his generous nature. It seemed he was always give to or helping others. Although Micah and I did not speak every week or month, whenever we did chat or get together, we could always pick right up where we left off. He battled his cancer with great dignity and more bravery than I could ever manage. Micah always seem to bounce back from his treatments with such liveliness. When it came to life’s lemons, Micah either laugh at them or shrugged them aside. He was a caring, beautiful, brave soul, and I will miss him

  6. Our hearts are heavy having learned of Micah’s passing – another one lost much too young to a brain tumor. We will forever remember Micah at our functions and events for the courage he showed as he fought this battle. Warmly and with many blessings, the Glenn Garcelon Foundation.

  7. Brenda, I was so shocked and sad to read of Micah’s death. Micah was a great kid, when Bill was working in Atlanta and I would be working in the yard,Micah would come by and visit. Janelle remembers baby sitting that sweet little boy. We are so very, very sorry for your loss.

  8. Brenda, Just wanted you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers and Micah will always be loved by our family. Micah was just the best and I wish I would have had the pleasure of being around him more. Today’s service was a wonderful tribute to a young man with attributes that few ever come close to achieving. He was a true blessing to those that were fortunate enough to call him a friend. May you find some peace knowing how special he was to so many. Love you. Jimmie Jenkins

  9. To lose A much beloved son at any point in our lives is painful. But especially is that so for one as young as Micah. My heart goes out to Micah’s loved ones. I am so sorry for your loss. May God prove to be both a refuge and a strength to all of you as you mourn the loss of your dear one. (Nahum 1 vs 7)

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