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Howard Watson Greenstreet
Date of Death: April 1, 2010
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Howard Greenstreet Howard Watson Greenstreet, 83, of Frederick County, Virginia, died Thursday, April 1, 2010, in Fauquier Hospital, Warrenton, Virginia. He was a short term resident at Oak Springs Nursing and Rehabilitation of Warrenton. Surviving with his wife, Jane Harrington Greenstreet, is his daughter, Carol Tubridy and husband, Morty, of Sterling, Virginia; son, Alvin Greenstreet …
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Annie Cahill left a message on April 3, 2010:
To the Greenstreet Family: Mr. Greenstreet was a friend of my grandfather's. I had the pleasure of meeting him at my work a few years ago. He was a very kind person and my grandfather always spoke highly of him. We are so sorry for your loss and we pray that you will find peace and comfort in this difficult time. Sincerely, Annie Cahill for William James Cahill and family
Janice Barnhart left a message on April 3, 2010:
In honor of Howard Watson Greenstreet, Janice Barnhart lit a candle.
Janice Barnhart left a message on April 3, 2010:
My condolences on your loss. Howard was a very nice man and will be missed. Janice Barnhart (Mother of Michelle Greenstreet)
David Shiflet left a message on April 5, 2010:
Our deepest sympathy to Jane and to the rest of the family. Howard was a fine man, and we will greatly miss him. His ability to create unique and detailed birdhouses was amazing--what a great talent. Howard loved NASCAR and his favorite driver was Jeff Burton. We'll never be able to watch a race without thinking of Howard and his love for the sport. May you find comfort in God's love and strength in this time of sorrow. With love, David & Mary Jane Shiflet Neighbors within yelling distance
Andy Zok left a message on April 5, 2010:
To all the Greenstreet children my condolences on the passing of your father. Howard was a great man and I am sure was a great father. My favorite memory of Howard was when we use to go to the races at Charlotte and wore the "Damifino" hat. That always stuck in my memory. I wish I could be there to share your sorrow, but for now this is the only way I can.
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Debbie Smoot left a message on April 6, 2010:
In honor of Howard Watson Greenstreet, Debbie Smoot lit a candle.
Debbie Smoot left a message on April 6, 2010:
To our family and friends. As we all share in the passing of Howard Greenstreet, let us remember how much he shared with each and everyone of us. The love that he and Mom shared throughout the years was a testimony not only to all of us but to our Lord. This is a true "Love Story", that many of us have had the opportunity to know over the years. The smiles, laughter and memories that he has given us all will forever be engraved in our hearts. It may have been that game of rummy, football (Dallas Cowboys), Nascar or creativity with bird houses. The celebrations of weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and all the Holidays. Howard was always ready to celebrate a special event. Margueritas were never ruled out. He made the best!!! Howard and Mom enjoyed the children, in their lives. They shared cartoons, fishing, eating at McDonalds, feeding the birds, and yes eating Klondike bars. We were never to old for the Klondike experience. Howard enjoyed reminescing! We have shared and laughed over and over again. We have a strong love and respect for Howard. We have all been blessed with the time that we were given with Howard. We have a long road ahead of us as we continue without Howard. May we all find strength to continue one day at a time with the knowledge that Howard is in good hands. Our appreciation to everyone for sharing in Howards life and sharing with his passing. May God continue to bless each and everyone of you. With Love, Debbie and Donnie Smoot (Janie Greenstreets daughter/son-in-law)
Michelle Greenstreet left a message on April 8, 2010:
In honor of Howard Watson Greenstreet, Michelle Greenstreet lit a candle.
Michelle Greenstreet left a message on April 8, 2010:
Grandpa will be greatly missed by many. He touched many lives with his big heart and his funny sense of humor. I have memories of Grandpa and I spending time together when I was younger, and as my boys grow older I will definitely share many of my stories and memories I have of their great-grandfather. I love you Grandpa, may you rest in peace.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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