Fairfield, Maine--Granville D. Green Jr., 61, passed away peacefully on the morning of Friday, December 6, 2013, with his loved ones by his side. He was born in Skowhegan, Maine on February 29, 1952, a leap year twin, son of Pauline Green and Granville D. Green Sr. Granville Jr. was very skilled in many professions. At an early age he worked for Mushero Foundations, and then went on to work as a mechanic for Ski-Land Woolen Mill. He was certified in refrigeration repair, operating heavy equipment, and carpentry. His most recent employment was with Set Rental, where he worked for 13 years. Granville Jr. was a strong, yet soft spoken man who was loved and respected by everyone that knew him, for his kindness, strength and ability to show his love without words. He loved sharing his knowledge with his grandchildren. He always told them that “it is good to know many things, but it is important to do them right the first time, so listen and you shall learn.” His love for his grandchildren brought out the fun, kid side of him. It is a love that will never end. He also enjoyed going for motorcycle rides, camping, and fishing. Granville Jr. was predeceased by his twin grandsons, Franklin Roy Green and Dylan Michael Green; and his father, Granville Green Sr. He is survived by his mother, Pauline Green of Fairfield, Maine; his wife, Sandra Green of Fairfield, Maine; his daughters, Amy Green and her fiancé, Gregory Witham of Fairfield, Maine, Jennifer Green of Norridgewock, Maine, and Stacy Green of Fairfield, Maine and her companion, Jason Pierpont and his two sons. Granville Jr. is also survived by his grandchildren, Parker Roy Green, Autumn Renae Green of Norridgewock, Maine, and Sebastian, Tyler, and Zachery; his twin brother, Samuel Green and his wife, Joyce; his brother, Donald Green and his wife, Debbie; his sister, Dorothy Craig and her husband, Paul; his sister in law, Cheryl Murray and her husband, Jan Silberstein of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; and many nieces, nephews, and special friends. The family sends a special thank you to Katherine Trask RN from Hospice for her care and support, and to the Alfond Cancer Center. Your services are greatly appreciated. All services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Cancer Research Foundation, P.O. Box 0493, Chicago, IL 60690-0493.