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Place of Birth:
Scranton, Arkansas
Place of Death:
Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Dorothy Charleen Greene

Our beloved wife, mother and friend, Dorothy Charleen Greene, age 90 of Tulsa, Oklahoma, died Saturday May 28th 2016. She died of cancer, surrounded by family. She was born, November 23, 1925 in Scranton Arkansas to Homer Baker and Clara (Dixon) Baker.

Dorothy was the youngest of five children, preceded in death by Pauline George, Sie Baker, Bob Baker, and Arron Baker. She attended Central High School in downtown Tulsa and graduated in 1945. Dorothy was married on June 26, 1971 to Freddie Merritte Greene of Pharaoh, Oklahoma. They lived in Tulsa together for 45 years. She was a former office manager at Knotts Rambler Ranch and Knotts American Motors. She also worked as a secretary at Tulsa Job Corp were she retired in 1986.

Dorothy is survived by her husband Freddie M. Greene and his daughter Lucie Greene. Also son Gil P. Pruitt and his wife Cynthia Pruitt and their two children Megan Hood and Joshua Holloway and two grandchildren Xavier Hood and Theodore Hood. As well as many other family. She was loved and respected by those who knew her and she will be missed.


Jenny Maples
Uncle Fred, Bob and I loved Aunt Dorothy. She was a great, classy lady and the greatest influence in my life. Sorry we didn't get to visit more but the visits we had with you both were great fun. We will miss her. We love you, God Bless
I will miss Dorthy's humor. Every conversation I had with her she made me laugh. I will miss the stories about the old days Dorothy had a remarkable memory. Dorthy turned more beautiful as she matured. She was very loved and will be missed.
Megan Fahnestock
I love you Aunt Dorthy and I know you are with the Angels. Thank you for loving me and I will always love you.
Megan Hood
GiGi was an amazing grandmother to me, and a WONDERFUL Great-Grandmother to my boys. We loved her so very much and enjoyed all the time we got to spend together. I'm thankful that Xavier has such fond memories of his GiGi. As Theodore grows up, Xavier will share those memories with his little brother. GiGi will live on in my heart and the hearts of my children forever. We love you and miss you. Megan, Xavier, Theodore
Tracey Ann Fahnestock
Dorthy was my great Aunt and she was sweet. loving, and she was our Rock! What an amazing woman Dorthy was and still is. Dorthy we love you and miss you fly high with the Angels.
Cynthia Pruitt
Dorothy was the best mother in law a girl could ever ask for. Our family will never be the same without her. She and Fred were such a sable influence for Gil and I. Her love for her family was beyond measure. I miss all the daily talks we had. She always loved her grandsons so much. The boys called her GiGi. Dorothy had wisdom beyond her years. She always directed Gil and I so, that I felt as if I were her own daughter. She can never be replaced! Thank you all for the love and prayers for our family right now as we mourn our great loss. I know Dorothys biggest support was Syndai, Tracey, & Megan - and Linda. And to all the other family and friends out there thank you, she had so many she loved! Dorothy we know you are in a better place now and looking down on us with love -especially over Fred and Gil.
Syndia Fahnestock
Aunt Dorthy I love you and you are the best . You made my life better just loving me the way you have. I know you are with George and I know the two of you are catching up on old times. We love you and Sing with the Angels cause now you are one of them.
Carol Moore
Aunt Dorothy was the best. Thinking of you Fred, & Gil.