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July 12, 1955 – October 30, 2018

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Obituary for Alicia Green

Alicia Keith Green, born July 12, 1955 in Mobile, Alabama peacefully passed away on October 30, 2018 surrounded by her loving family at Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ.

Precede in death by her husband: Lincoln Green, Jr. Father: Alvin Keith, Mother: Betty L. Watts, Stepfather: George Watts, Jr. Brothers: SGM George M. Curtis and David C. Watts, Father-in-Law: Lincoln Green, Sr. Brother in Law: Brian Morgan.

A dedicated employee for 32 years (surviving many new owners and casino name changes) at the Golden Nugget Casino, Atlantic City, NJ. Alicia was a Housekeeping Floor Supervisor known for her unshakable work ethnic and stern professional demeanor.

Alicia is survived by four loving and devoted children: Nicole M.(Camelo) Hernandez Darryl(fiancee, Inez Ruiz) Keith, Lincoln A. Green, Ronald(Raina) Green. Stepson: Stephen Garrett. Thirteen grandchildren: Alicia, Aaliyah, Camelo, Jr. Brianna, Ilexis, Iylanna, Brandon, Brian, Jose’, Alisia, Joseph ,Kenneth, and Rayanna. Five Siblings, Peggy Castile Thrash Spanish Fort, AL, Mead(Cynthia) Castile, Sr. Mobile, AL, Harry(Massalyn) Watts, Mobile, AL, Sue Watts Abram, Heber Springs, AK. Hayward(Kerrry) Watts, Cayman Island. In-Laws: Vivian A. Curtis, Lauren Green Sanchez, Darryl Green. A host of nieces and nephews: two devoted Renee Castile Alif,and Julio Sanchez.Treasured friends & Relatives: Eugenia Wilson, Ann C. Curtis, Sonya Lopez, Donna C. Rothschild, Rochelle Ruffin Powell, Gilberto “Pop” Robledo, Dorthea English, Kitty Turk, Maryann Knight and Loretta Woods.

As a young child, Alicia, accepted Christ and was baptized at Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama After moving to New Jersey she joined and faithfully attended Mt Zion Baptist Church in Pleasantville, New Jersey. Everyone knew service began when Sister Green shouted “GLORY”! Alicia was a servant leader at Mt Zion. She boldly shared her testimony of God’s goodness in her life. Whatever the task, Alicia served with unselfish and unapologetic dedication. She was a Chairperson of the Mt Zion’s Deaconess board, and a faithful student of Noonday Bible Study. Sister Green’s weekly visits to the sick were true examples of her compassion, kindness, and love for all.

Alicia loved coming home to Mobile, Alabama, making the trip once a year, usually around Mardi Gras or Thanksgiving. Spending time with her family and friends was always her enjoyable and memorable priority. When home, it was always important for her to attend Sunday services and Wednesday night Bible study at Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church. Alicia would call or connect with each of her siblings at least once a week “I’m checking on you” is how she began every call. Family was always important….her family, her extended family, her church family, and yes, your family. Alicia loved family. Most of all Alicia loved our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. This is her story.

Memorial Service Sunday, Nov. 4, 2018 4:00pm at Mt Zion Baptist Church, 353 S. New Road, Pleasantville, NJ Arrangements by and condolences at

Service Information

Sunday, November 4th, 2018 4:00pm
Mt. Zion Baptist Church
353 South New Road
Pleasantville, NJ 08232

Interment Information

Seaside Crematory
Thomas Drive
Marmora, NJ 08223
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