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Place of Birth:
New York City, New York
Place of Death:
Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Clifford Greene

Clifford Greene passed away Saturday, May 4, 2013, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Clifford was born January 24, 1951, in New York City. He was 62 years old.

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Blair Class of 1969
We would like to pass on our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Cliff Greene. Cliff attended and graduated with us in 1969 at Blair Academy in Blairstown, New Jersey. While there, Cliff was very active in many sports and activities and we are so sorry for his loss. Rest in peace old friend……..Go Bucks! The Boys at Blair Class of 1969
Mickey Hart
We will miss Clifford at the SPCA. He was such a kind and gentle soul. I had the privaledge of working with him on several occasions and he was always kind and caring. My condolences go out to his friends and family.
Rev Victor & Mary Zapata
We are so sorry for your loss. May God comfort you during this time, Clifford was our personal counselor at Triple A in Tulsa he will be missed by many. We are remembering your family in our prayers,
Rest in Peace dear fellow lover of helpless animals. TSPCA volunteers rock and you will be missed. Take care of some of our animals friends that go before us until we can all join up. Your light will shine on at TSPCA forever and ever along with Daniel and many others.
John Horky
I did not know Cliff very well but met him through the Tulsa SPCA where we are both volunteers. I used to see him on Saturdays tirelessly walking dogs. He was a nice guy. I am so sorry for your loss.
David Shulan
Dear former Blair roommate, I was not able to contact you since leaving Blair, I hope you had a wonderful life.
Jay Rubin
Cliff- I'm sure there's a bicycle made for you in heaven. While at Blair I don't remember you without one.
Robert Abrams
Cliff was my room mate at Blair Academy and my friend. I will miss him dearly.
Becky Robbins
As a volunteer at the Tulsa SPCA, Clifford always chose to work with some of the more difficult dogs. His love and patience with these animals proved his kind nature. The volunteers and animals will surely miss him.