Mrs. Mildred Watts Green, age 86, passed away Friday, July 27, 2012, at her residence after an illness. Born in Clarendon County she was a daughter of the late E. B. Watts and Annie Bell Robinson Watts. She was a homemaker, sang in the choir, the Dorcas Ladies Circle, taught Sunday school and was a member of Horse Branch Free Will Baptist Church.
She is preceded in death by her husband, L. Euston Green; a daughter, Vina Green Godwin; two grandsons, Stacy Moody, Quent Coker; a great-grandson, James Owens Horton; one sister, Lorena Watts Nesbitt; five brothers, Robert “Bob” Watts, James Watts, Othelle Watts Jr., Franklin Watts; two sisters-in-law, Emily Green, Theo Coker; three brothers-in-law, Carey Poss, S.W. Prescott, Carlisle Nesbitt.
She is survived by one daughter, Wanda (Billy) Nexsen of Cades; one son, Rusty (Vermell) Green of Turbeville; one son-in-law, Danny (Darlyn) Godwin of Florence; five sisters, Gladys (Bruce) Buddin of Turbeville, Elma Prescott of Sumter, Patsy (Bill) Aburn of Sumter, Sarah Bell (Lloyd) Hendrix of Alabama, Libby (J. H.) Moore of Olanta; two brothers, Wyman (Grace) Watts of Mayesville, John Milton (Uldine) Watts of Laurens; one brother-in-law, Van Green of Turbeville; three sisters-in-law, Nell (Nauvard) Baker of Hebron, Sarah Poss of Gainsville, Fla., Shirley (Sam Jr.) Knight of Lake City; six granddaughters, Karen (Mark) Creech, Rhonda (William) Thigpen, Lori Ann (Tommy) Goff, Heidi Horton, Lynn (Marvin) Geddings, Robin Moody; 13 great-grandchildren, Will Thigpen, Whitney Thigpen, Landon Creech, Leslie Creech, Logan Creech, Sierra Horton, Justin Horton, Gracelyn Coker, Garrett Coker, Lexi Goff, Cole Moody, Hannah Moody, Josh Geddings.
Memorials may be made to the Building Fund of Horse Branch Free Will Baptist Church or to Mandi & Neil Morgan Missionary Fund.
Services will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday, July 29, 2012, at Horse Branch Free Will Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery, directed by Floyd Funeral Home of Olanta. Visitation will be held from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. prior to the funeral service at the church.