Greta was born on March 8, 1920 in Jenks, OK to Oscar Turner Scillian and Lela\r\nMay Lawrence. She attended local schools in the area and was always interested\r\nin education. She graduated from high school at the age of 16, and then went to\r\njunior college where she continued her path to becoming a school teacher and\r\nschool librarian.\r\nNot only did her education prepare her for her career, her Bachelor's degree in\r\nEducation and Master's degrees in English and Biology from The University of\r\nOklahoma made her a #1 OU fan.\r\nGreta married Marvin "Red" Green, an Air Force pilot, on May 28, 1943 at the\r\nTravis Park Methodist Church in San Antonio, Texas. Her favorite song was, "San\r\nAntonio Rose." While her husband was in the Air Force, they lived in Texas,\r\nLouisiana, Florida and Alabama. They moved back to Norman, OK and eventually\r\nto Medford, OK, where they raised their children, Carolyn, Catherine and\r\nLawrence. Greta was active in the Medford community, mother's groups and the\r\nMedford Methodist Church.\r\nIn the 1970s, they moved to Aurora, Colorado and she continued her teaching and\r\nlibrarian career. She enjoyed being a school librarian as well as teaching French.\r\nAfter retiring, she enjoyed traveling. She traveled around the United States, to\r\nEurope, Canada and other parts of the world.\r\nGreta moved to Sand Springs, OK in 1989. She volunteered in the school system\r\nteaching French. She was active in the Sand Springs United Methodist Church, her\r\nWomen's Circle and Knitting and Crocheting group and participated in many other\r\nspecial interest groups. She enjoyed living at Green Tree Assisted Living this past\r\nyear and a half and appreciated the support of the staff. She loved all the concerts\r\nand special events and was an enthusiastic member of their winning basketball\r\nteam.\r\nGreta is preceded in death by her husband, Marvin Green, her parents, Oscar and\r\nLela Scillian, her four siblings; Glenn Scillian, Dorothy Bloxsom, Lou Schroeder and\r\nBillie Miller. She is survived by her brother-in-law, Harold Schroeder of\r\nWisconsin, children, Carolyn Greene, of Sand Springs, Catherine Hula and husband\r\nRobert, of Sapulpa, and Lawrence Green of Lamont. She is also survived by her\r\n\r\ngrandchildren, Erik Johnson and wife Christa of Ronkonkoma, NY, James Hula, of\r\nSapulpa, Jennifer Feather and husband Robbie, of Sand Springs and by her great-\r\ngrandchildren; Jeanmarie, Joanna, Ethan and wife Sarah, Julianna and Jessica\r\nJohnson, Raegan Hula, Nathan and Jacey Feather. She took great joy in being a\r\npart of her great-grandchildren's lives. Many loving nieces and nephews,\r\nextended family and friends also survive her.