Timothy G. Greene ’54

Timothy G. Greene ’54 died on January 30, 2024, in Framingham, Massachusetts.

(The following was provided by Boston Globe in February 15, 2024:)

Timothy G. Greene ’54

Timothy G. Greene of Framingham, MA, 91, previously of Portland, ME, Sherborn, MA, and Millis, MA, passed away on January 30, 2024, surrounded by his loving family. He is the beloved husband of Deborah (Bradbury) Greene; devoted father of Betsy Pratt of Framingham, Christopher Greene of Framingham, Jody de Greve and her husband, Norman, of Hingham, and the late Sara Greene. He is the loving grandfather of Cody Pratt and Luca and Ella de Greve; and the brother of Nathanael Greene of Cape Elizabeth, ME, and the late Jane Stephens. Born on July 17, 1932, in Portland, ME, where he grew up, he was the son of Nathan and Esther Greene. After graduating from The Governor’s Academy, Tim earned a degree in economics from Bowdoin College. After college, Tim served in the U.S. Army as an officer and was stationed in Germany for two years. Timothy then worked in the field of banking and financial leasing for many years. During this time, he received his business degree at Northeastern University. His work allowed him to travel internationally, which he loved, to places such as the Far East and South America. He later founded the executive search agency Greene and Co., which led to a successful career in the field of executive recruiting for financial institutions. Tim loved to sing. He was in the choir at Pilgrim Church in Sherborn, MA, and served as vice president and president of the Saengerfest Men’s Choir later in life. He also loved Sherborn. He served on the Sherborn School Committee for many years. Tim was an excellent skier and cyclist. He rode his bike from California to Boston in his late fifties. He loved watching the Olympics and traveled to many countries to attend the Olympic games. He also played tennis with gusto into his later years! An avid Boston sports fan, with a special affinity for the Boston Red Sox since he was a child, he was thrilled to see them win the World Series in 2004. He coached his children’s sports teams and rarely missed his grandchildren’s games in their early years. Tim later volunteered his time to help young children with their reading skills at Potter Road School in Framingham.

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