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Ann Greene

Ann Greene (Lister)

Wednesday, June 10th, 1931 - Tuesday, May 26th, 2020
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Ann Lister Greene, 88, of Essex Junction, passed away on Tuesday, May 26th after a long illness. Born in 1931, in Burlington, Vermont she was a daughter of the late Charles and Marion (McLaughlin) Lister. Ann graduated as Valedictorian from Winooski High School and Magma Cum Laude from the University of Vermont with a BA in Education. She married the “love of her life”, her 6th grade sweetheart, Gerald W. Greene in 1952.

Ann is survived by her (5) children and their spouses: Debbie and John Coomes of Youngsville, NC, Kim Smith of Temple, Texas, Gerry and Rita Greene of Sachse, Texas, Kathy and Dale Parizo of Essex Junction, Jeff and Valerie Greene of Essex Junction, as well as many nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Ann was predeceased by her husband of 53 years, Gerald William Greene, her sister, Helen Burbo, and brother, David “Fritz” Lister.

She retired from the Vermont District Court of Burlington, as Chief District Court Clerk after 35 years of distinguished service. Ann was highly respected by her judicial colleagues for her leadership and integrity.

In retirement, Ann and Gerald spent many happy years at their home in Winter Haven, Florida. She was a devoted wife and mother. Ann was always about family first, supporting each child in education, sports, church, and social activities. She served as President of the Essex Junction Boosters Club, was a faithful member of the Catholic Church as well as held leadership roles in the Catholic Daughters of America. She was active and extremely proud of her garden. Ann loved her Boston Red Sox and the companionship of Greta (her cat).

Due to the current restrictions a private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation or to the Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) Foundation. PSP is one of the diseases being studied as part of the NINDS Parkinson’s Disease Biomarkers Program ( The family invites you to share your memories and condolences by visiting
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louise zdiuch

Posted at 01:57pm
To the Family & Friends of Ann Greene - Please accept our condolences and prayers for the repose of Ann Greene on behalf of Court Fanny Allen #1060, Catholic Daughters of the Americas.

"We offer our deepest sympathy for the loss of a Catholic Daughter sister; May God Bless you knowing that Ann is sharing in the presence and love of our God".

Daryl Lister

Posted at 04:23pm
Please accept our sincere sympathies for the passing of such a wonderful woman. Aunt Anne, was blessed with amazing personal gifts of brains, beauty, charm and warm heartedness. Her tough love was unmistakable and she was sharp and witty enough to match up with anyone. Her fierce love for her family was felt through all branches of the Greene/Lister family trees. There is little doubt that her reunification in heaven with her soul mate and family was a glorious occasion with angels abound to welcome her home. For me, her spirit, her candor and her ability to always welcome friends and family into her home will forever remain branded in my mind and soul (her goulash was pretty good, too!). Farewell, for now, sweet lady and give everyone our love!

Tom & Ellen Harris

Posted at 01:20pm
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Tom Little

Posted at 09:32am
Mrs. Greene (how I referred to her as a young lawyer!) was a beacon of civility, compassionate, and yet a tough cookie when necessary - which was pretty often in the District Court. Rest In Peace.

Dawnette (Lister) Turner

Posted at 09:55pm
I was so sad to hear of Aunt Ann’s passing. It was always so nice to catch up with her when she visited my mom in Tucson. I loved the stories she would share about my dad and their life growing up. Her and Uncle Gerald’s love for each other was an inspiration and evident every time I was around them My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sending all my love to Debbie, Kim, Kathy, Gerry, and Jeff.

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