Wesley Martin Green 1999-2022
Wesley was born in April, 1999 to William and Olivia Green when upon his birth he instantly won everyone’s hearts. Wesley unexpectedly passed away on Sept 4th, 2022 and with his passing he instantly broke us all.
Wesley was the baby of the family and was absolutely adored. His eyes would light up at the sight of his big brothers and sisters. He always wanted to play with them and just be in their presence.
Wesley was a total dad’s boy. He was within arm’s length of his dad anytime they were around each other, even into adulthood. From his dad, Wesley learned the value of a good hunt, the treasure of being at the lake and hookin a fish, and the gift of being in nature with your family.
Wesley knew the value of true words. He cultivated the idea that loving your neighbor and being willing to give to them in their time of need was good work. Wesley worked hard and loved with the same perseverance.
Wes was a man of great depth. He loved deeply, held hurt deeply, and gave deeply of himself. When he met his wife, Kristy, he fell and he fell hard. He loved her with a sweetness and a passion that not many loves can rival. When they had their daughter Roselynn, there was a change in Wes. He loved that little girl with truth and pure joy. Kristy and Rosie were his everything.
Wesley left behind his heartbroken wife Kristy and their sweet daughter Roselynn, his dad William (Bill), mom Olivia, his siblings Haliee and Taylor, Heather (Jeff), Robert and Crystal, Adam (Chantell). Wesley is also survived by his Grandma Peggy and Papa Roger, his Grandma Sharon, and his Grandpa Green. He has many aunts, uncles and cousins, nieces and nephews who are mourning him too. Of special mention are his cousins Tariq and Ariston who he loved like brothers.
Kristy’s family was just as important to him. Branden and Kerrie were his second parents. Justin and Branden Jr (Brooke) were his brothers, and Kristy’s uncles, aunts, and cousins were all people that he considered blood.
Wesley was preceded in death by his Aunt Kena.
The loss of Wesley has been devastating. The years we spent with him were simply not enough. We cannot fathom a reason why he left us so abruptly and now we all must come to terms with the idea that a reason will never be known. We all saw Wesley’s value and strength of spirit, but for whatever reason Wesley did not. Wesley’s passing is one we will not recover from. We will survive and move forward as we must, but our hearts will never heal from the loss of our dear boy, son, father, husband, brother, uncle, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend.
Please join us in celebrating and honoring Wesley’s life on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, 5:00-7:00 pm up Payson canyon, the first picnic area to the east side of the road.