Brenda Mae Green, phlebotomy technician, dies

She had worked at the old Baltimore City Hospitals

  • Brenda Mae Green
Brenda Mae Green
April 25, 2011|By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun

Brenda Mae Green, a phlebotomy technician, died of cancer April 11 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 59 and lived in Gwynn Oak.

Born Brenda Mae Floyd in Baltimore, she was a 1969 Forest Park High School graduate.

She received a diploma from the Cortez Peters Business School and studied at what is now the Community College of Baltimore County's Catonsville campus, where she received training as a phlebotomy technician. She was also certified by the American Red Cross.

She worked for many years at the old Baltimore City Hospitals, now Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and at other facilities.

At her death she was a member of St. Bernardine Roman Catholic Church on Edmondson Avenue. She had earlier belonged to Central Baptist Church.

Services were held April 18 at the Phillips Funeral Home.

Survivors include her husband of 13 years, James E. Green; a son, Dennis Myron Smith of Baltimore; two stepsons, James Green of Baltimore and Sidney Jones of Laurel; a brother, Rodney Gill Bailey of Baltimore; a sister, Shirley Ann Porter of Baltimore; and a granddaughter.

jacques.kelly@baltsun.com

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