Anne Ralls Green

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Anne Ralls Green

July 24, 1930 - October 23, 2018

Born July 24,1930 in Duncan Oklahoma, passed away October 23, 2018 in Tucson, AZ. Long term resident of both Denver, Colorado and Tucson, AZ.
Anne was the first born child of Manton & Helen Ralls, followed by her sister Rosemary and brother Robert.
She attended Stephens College as a Freshman then transferred to the University of Oklahoma, pledging Kappa Alpha Theta. Chosen as a Sooner Campus Beauty one year.
She married James Green, and they had 3 daughters: Melany born in Duncan, and Lisa & Shelley born in Colorado Springs. They divorced after 8 years of marriage.
She worked as an Executive Secretary for many years for the Honorable Tom Steed, an Oklahoma Congressman.
She loved to travel going to diverse locations abroad: China, Egypt, & many countries in Europe. She was particularly fond of Mexico, and visited regularly.
In addition to travel, she loved to shop, collecting unique items from all over the world to decorate her homes. She loved perusing the want ads, searching for bargains. Her hobbies were playing bridge and painting. She loved the outdoors, and enjoyed her backyard pond filled with Koi. She liked dogs, and adored cats. Mostly she loved spending time with family, particularly her grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her former husband, Richard Johnson, brother, Robert Ralls and son-in-law David Graven. She is survived by her daughters: Melany Levenson (Howard), Lisa Graven,
and Shelley Rinella (John). Six grandchildren: Dan & Matt Levenson, Kathryn Graven Taylor(Mike), Lance Graven, Johnny Rinella, Rachael Rinella Murra (Ray). Sister Rosemary Fair(Jim Webber), Sister-in-law Dana Ralls(Phil Vick) niece Rebecca Ralls (Daniel), nephews Jonathan Fair (Cheryl) and Marcus Ralls.
Graveside memorial service Comanche Oklahoma. Date: TBA.
Published on October 27, 2018
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Dan Dycus
Oct 28, 2018
Granny Annie was a steady beam of light in many dark circumstances. She saw the good in everything and was one of the most gracious women I have ever known.

This is not goodbye..: just goodnight.
We’ll seen you in the morning.
Kini Kay
Oct 27, 2018
Anne will be missed by many.
She always saw the bright side of life.
I never saw her whining or complaing, but I do recall her heartfelt laugh as she saw the humor in life.