Age 66, of Scott Twp., suddenly on September 28, 2017. Cherished son of Helen (Moore) and the late James Green; loving brother of Tanya (Glenn) Barnhart and Courtney Green; proud uncle of Tracy (Brent) Telegdy, Jesse (Jamie) Barnhart and Katie (Brian) Werling and great uncle of Hanna and Chase Telegdy. A longtime Metro Express Women’s Fast Pitch Softball Coach and was currently the Women’s Softball Pitching Coach at Allegheny College, Meadville. All services are private. Arrangements entrusted to the Warchol Funeral Home Inc., Bridgeville (412.221.3333).
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Dear Green Family,
My name is Taylor and I'm a local volunteer that lives in your area.
I'm so sorry for your loss, and I was hoping to offer you some comfort and hope. Death truly is an enemy. God himself thinks of it as so. And he wants us to know that it is something he plans to do away with very soon. At Revelation 21:3,4 God promises that sadness, mourning, and yes even death will be no more. What a beautiful hope to look forward to! Not only that but at John 5:28,29 Jesus promises that the time is coming when all those that have passed away will be resurrected. Hold onto the hope that you will get to see Zachary again because Jehovah God is loving and it is impossible for him to lie. Please email me if you need to talk. I would love to speak more with you about this loving promise that affects us all.
Submitted by Taylor Stuber on Oct 24 2017 11:44:31 AM
We are very saddened to hear of Zach's passing. Over 16 years ago, he was one of the first friends and mentors we knew when we began our own travel ball. His hard work and dedication to the young ladies of our sport is unsurpassed. He will be so missed. Our deepest sympathy and prayers and our heartfelt thank you to you , Zach. May you rest in peace. God Bless. Andy and Sandy Popojas, Nitro Fastpitch
Submitted by Sandy and Andy Popojas on Oct 3 2017 02:40:24 PM
We are so sad to hear of Zac's passing. Jackie and I were totally shocked. We have many found memories of the three of us sharing a house and living together on route 51 in the early 70s. We were working together for the late Bill Fiore operating heavy equipment stripping coal and loading rail cars. We had season tickets to the Penguins hockey games at the Civic Arena. We attended so many Pirates games I lost count. Lot's of good memories there. We made the drive to visit his parents in Chicago a couple of times. Lots of trips to the laundry matt. Many good meals and beverages. Although we had not seen or spoken in years there are many fond memories to reflect on. A good guy who will be missed by many. You are in our prayers, Jim and Jackie
Submitted by Jim & Jackie Madden on Oct 3 2017 10:15:44 AM
Is this the end or are we just beginning...........I grew up with Zach in Brown's Trailer Park in the 1960's and early '70's . He and his entire family were always good people to me and my parents. I couldn't have asked for a better childhood than growing up with him and Tanya during those less stressful days ! I remember my parents went to visit the Green's new residence in Scott twp., I did not go even though my girlfriend lived 2 minutes away, a decision I still regret. In closing I remember his black dog, the parakeet ,out Boy Scouting adventures and the Green's huge Buick "vista-cruiser" station wagon and Jim's beat-up work truck ! R.I.P. old friend, I have not seen you for 45 years but I still remember a friend and family ! "Timmy"
Submitted by T. J. STEFANIC on Oct 2 2017 08:29:56 PM
It is with heartfelt sadness that I express my deepest sympathies to Zach's family and friends. I was terribly shocked to read of his passing. I will always have my memories to look back on. Zach was a wonderful coach. I didn't always like to hear what he had to say about my pitching, but I always knew he was right. May he rest in peace.
Submitted by Tonya (Karaczun) Vrudney on Oct 2 2017 04:03:06 PM
This is a sad day for the softball world. I have many good memories of our days coaching together and the fact that he has touched the lives of so many young people.He will be sadly missed by me and folks that relied on him for guidance.We would like to express our heartfelt loss to the Green family. Bill and Cathi Dinsmore
Submitted by Bill and Cathi Dinsmore on Oct 2 2017 10:31:00 AM
Sorry to learn of Zach's passing. Zach was a fierce competitor on the softball field. I always enjoyed our head to head play ... Pittsburgh Heat vs. Metro Express. My condolence to his family and friends.
Submitted by Shannon McHugh on Oct 1 2017 07:28:03 PM
This is such a sad loss to so many people, especially the girls of Metro Express. We loved him as one our own family members and he was an amazing coach! I wouldn't be the person I am now without him in my life! Zach you are going to missed. The memories we made together will never die, you will live on in my heart and memories forever. I Love you! Kricker
Submitted by Kristie "Kricker" Howe Colie on Oct 1 2017 12:56:34 PM
So sorry for the loss of a great coach, the endless memories will stay with us. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.
Submitted by Rebecca on Oct 1 2017 11:22:35 AM
So sorry to hear of Zach's passing and even sadder that it's all private. He touched so many young people's lives, I know we would all love to say our goodbyes. RIP Zach thank you for all the memories and lessons. I am better because I knew you!!
Submitted by Kelly on Oct 1 2017 09:40:23 AM
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