NEW YORK -- Services for Don Green, 68, a longtime sales representative in the costume jewelry field, will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Little Chapel of the Dawn in Santa Monica, Calif.
Green died Dec. 28 at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica, after a long bout with cancer.
He spent his career in the costume jewelry business, working as a rep for such companies as Richelieu, Marvella, Monet and, most recently, Robert Rose, where he had been the company's West Coast representative since 1982.
He is survived by a son, Matthew; a daughter, Robin Meek; a brother, Cliff Green, and two grandchildren.
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