Rose Anne (Hayes) Green, 93, known by most as Anne or Grannie Annie, passed away peacefully on November 17,2020 at Sunny Vista Living Center in Colorado Springs, CO. She was born in Denton, MT on August 19, 1927, the youngest daughter of George A. and Gertrude Louise (Kelley) Hayes.  

Anne graduated from high school in Valier, MT in 1945.  She was married to Robert Melvin Green on October 4, 1952 and divorced in 1982.  During her life, she lived in Montana, North Dakota, Washington, Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas and Colorado.  She worked as a stenographer, clerk-typist, copy clerk, title clerk, and order clerk.  She retired from Walter Drake & Sons in 2004.  Her hobbies included oil painting and quilting.  She supported the National Mill Dog Rescue and St. Jude’s Hospital.  

She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Gertrude Hayes, sisters Margaret Tronson and Kathleen Miller of Montana, Jennie Theoret of New York, and Eileen Christaiens of New Mexico, brothers John Hayes, Jim Hayes, and Ray Hayes of Montana, her ex-husband Robert Melvin Green and son Michael Robert Green of Colorado Springs, and son-in-law Jim Rose of Calhan.

She is survived by her daughters: Jackie Duncan, Kathy (Ed) Perez, Brenda (Bruce) Elder, Martha Chipman, and Patti Rose of Colorado Springs, as well as 12 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild.  She will be remembered for the lessons she taught us, the stories she told, the songs she sang, the gifts she shared, and the love she gave us.  

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  1. Auntie Anne will be sorely missed by us all. I have so many good memories of her. She lived with us in Washington until she got married and she is Jennifer’s godmother. One important lesson she taught me is “it’s good enough for who it’s for”!!! Please keep an eye on Curt, Anne until we all meet again. Love to all the family. ❤

  2. My condolences to all you girls and all your families. I’ll always remember Aunt Anne for her smile and her quick wit. I’m sure she’s up in heaven having a good time reuniting with the whole family.

  3. Patti – deepest sympathies to you and your family.
    Certainly never easy to lose a mother, grandmother, great grandmother..friend .

    Louise, Bill & Eric

  4. Awe sweet sweet granny. She was such a loving and caring woman. I have so many fond memories of her at birthdays and other fun events. She will be so missed. Our deepest love and prayers for you all during this time. Much love and many blessings.

  5. Steve and I treasured every minute we spent with the lovely and vivacious Anne. The world lost a treasure but Heaven gained a jewel. Our condolences on your loss.

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