George C. Greenman of North Chelmsford

5566 GreenmanGeorge C. Greenman, 80, of North Chelmsford died Friday, June 26, 2015 at Lowell General Hospital.

He was married to Carole Greenman with whom he would have celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary on July 18th.

Born on November 24, 1934 in Philadelphia, PA, George was the son of the late George C. and Ethel (Turner) Greenman. He graduated from Lowell Technological Institute with a BS in business management.

He proudly served with the U.S. Army during the Korean War era.

George retired from the Tewksbury Public Schools in 2000, where he was the head custodian at Tewksbury High School. He previously worked at Prince Spaghetti.

He held the title of “Chelmsford Little League President” for the past 40 years.

George enjoyed vacationing and traveling to Canada with his wife and their friends George and Pat Merrill of Chelmsford.  He enjoyed attending the little league world series in Williamsport, PA.

He was a past board member and coach for CYBL in Chelmsford.

George was as a member of the North Chelmsford Congregational Church, where he served on various boards.

Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons, David Sr. and his wife, Bonnie Greenman of Hollis, NH, Alan Greenman of Gardner, MA and George and his wife, Elizabeth Greenman of Billerica, MA; a brother, Alfred and his wife, Leona Greenman of Philadelphia, PA; five grandsons, Gary, David Jr., Brian, Scot, and Vince; nine great granddaughters and many nieces and nephews.

He was the brother of the late Robert Greenman of Wilmington, DE, who died in 1977 and Charlotte Hasson of Philadelphia, PA, who died in April of 2015.

Visiting hours Wed. 4 to 8 P.M. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD. Funeral Thurs. at 11A.M. at the North Chelmsford Congregational Church. Burial in the Pine Ridge Cemetery, Chelmsford. Memorials may be made in his name to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 222312 or the North Chelmsford Congregational Church Roof Fund, PO Box 128, N. Chelmsford, MA 01863. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at

11 Condolences for George C. Greenman of North Chelmsford


    I have such fond memories of Mr Greenman from when I was in High school. He always had a huge smile on his face.
    Prayers to his friends and family


    Jennifer Lamb Mulligan

    I went to Tewksbury school’s and remember Mr. Greenman well. He was always friendly, helpful, and just a great role model for the students. On behalf of the Tewksbury Memorial High School Class of 1999, we wish your family our condolences during this sad time.


    Mike Janicki, EMASS Cal Ripken State Commissioner

    The EMASS Cal Ripken Board of Directors, Babe Ruth Leagues, Inc and our families extend our sympathies to the Greenman Family. George was a valued member of our volunteer organization as the President of Chelmsford Youth Baseball. George was dedicated to the youth of Chelmsford and his actions inspired many others to become volunteers as well. He will be missed by all.


    Alfred greenman jr

    Rest well uncle George. We’ll miss u coming to philly with aunt Carole n sleeping at our house and getting up with the sun to head out to watch little league World Series.


    Bob Briggs

    I remember George well from High School. Very nice man with a great big smile. Thoughts and prayers for your family.


    Ray McCusker

    Dear Carole and family I am so sorry for your loss George was a great guy and was very dedicated to Chelmsford Little League and the kids.I enjoyed coaching and working with him we had a lot of laughs over that summer. May he rest in peace.


    Julie Mejia

    May God bless you and your family in this difficult time. George a.k.a Mr.Greenman was a wonderful man. Although I did not know him very well, I do remember him growing up in the Tewksbury Schools. My condolences to all of you.


    Paul Sweeney

    George and I spent many years together on the Chelmsford Little League (CLL) Board. From my viewpoint, his primary purpose was to make CLL a respected organization. During the glory years, he accomplished this goal.

    There were many things he did that showed his dedication to CLL. From the processing of all the paperwork necessary for late sign-ups or withdrawals to completely handing picture day details to trophy ordering and distribution, etc, etc, etc, George delivered. I always admired his thoroughness in doing these things extremely well to ensure CLL ran smoothly.

    He will be missed. There is a big void to fill, not only directing the League forward but getting someone to do all those behind the scene jobs as well as they were done by George.


    Mike Harradon

    My family was involved with Chelmsford Little League and later Chelmsford Youth Baseball for almost 10 years. It was a great experience I would repeat all over again if I could. George did a terrific job running the organization and will be greatly missed. We will add him to our prayers. Our best to his family.


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