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Teresa Green

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Memorial Biography

Teresa Annette Green, 47, passed away in her home on Sunday, December 9th, 2012.  Survived by her only child, Gennifer Borgstedt (Scott Schenkenberger,) her husband, David W. Green, her parents, Tom and Sharon Williams, brother, Mike Williams (Desiree Seybold) and nieces, Breana Williams and Savanna Seybold.  Teresa devoted her professional career to aiding people with substance abuse issues which included work as clinical  supervisor for Crossroads Managed Care Systems.  Teresa's loving and generous spirit will continue to touch lives through her donation to science for medical research.  Per her request, no services.


Teresa Annette Williams was born on September 17th, 1965 to Tom and Sharon Williams in Pueblo, Colorado.  After moving to Tacoma, Washington and then Denver, Colorado, Teresa and her family settled down back in Pueblo, Colorado in November 1966.  After attending Morton Elementary, Freed Middle School and Centennial High School, Teresa got married, gave birth to her only child, Gennifer, then moved to Bitberg, Germany in November 1982.

In January 1985, Teresa moved back to Pueblo, Colorado to start her career with Crossroads Managed Care Systems.  She married David W. Green in September 1986 and they continued to reside in Pueblo up until her passing.

Teresa was an avid shopper, cook, Raider's fan (much to the chagrin of her family) and could be seen almost every Sunday at PMI watching her father drag race. 

She was a huge supporter of her daughter and spent most of her time at dance recitals and trekking her and other Centennial Cheerleaders to games on evenings and weekends.

Teresa was a huge animal lover and spent the last 11 years of her life taking care of her "grandpup" Guinness Riley.