Robert Lee Green, Sr. "Bobby Lard", age 68, of Cambridge, MD, died Wednesday morning, January 23, 2013 at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury, MD. Born December 27, 1944, in Cambridge, MD, he was the son of the late Adley Vincent Green and Evelyn H. (Camper) Green. Bobby was a graduate from Maces Lane High School, class of "1962"and later fell in love and married his loving wife, Charlene Hope (Wheatley) Green in 1965. Bobby was an entrepreneur at age 14. He along with his brother Donald opened a ice cream, snowball, bread, popsicle and soda shop at their home. Mrs. Jolley would allow Bobby to leave school 15 minutes early to set the shop up to be ready when school closed. Later he joined with the late Melvin Jews, Sr. and opened a convenient store on the corner of Pine and Washington Streets called "Green & Jews". Bobby was also a janitor at Maces Lane High School where he kept the school spotless, Bumble Bee, St. Clair Elementary School and Janitor/landscaper at Airpax. After leaving Airpax, Bobby became the community's top landscaper. He was the best floor buffer and handyman around and also worked at the Dorchester Elks Lodge. Bobby was a hard worker, loved to eat and have a good time. Bobby is survived by his three sons, Robert Lee Green, Jr. and his wife Elon (Baltimore, MD), Elbert Lee Green "Boo" and his wife Dormaim (Cambridge, MD), David Allen Green (Cambridge, MD; one daughter, Ellen Green Roache (Virgina Beach, VA); Eight grandchildren, Damien Green, Taron Jones, Rosheika Green, Samone' Walker, Destin Green, Shamyra Roache, Shanay Roache, and Geneva Roache; Seven great-grandchildren; four siblings, Reginald Green (Philadelphia, PA), O'Donald (Ella Mae) Green (Philadelphia, PA), Reese Green (Bladensburg, MD) and Doris Green (Cambridge, MD); one aunt Pensacola Sampson; a nephew, Hershel Johnson (both of Cambridge, MD); loving nieces, nephews, numerous other relatives, friends and a very good friend, Leroy "Skeet" Banks. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Charlene and best friend, Melvin Jews, Sr. The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the members of Dorchester General Hospital, John Hopkins, Berlin Nursing Home, The Palliative Care Association at Atlantic General in Berlin, MD and Deer Head Hospice Team. Their dedication and effort to provide quality care over the last 10 months were a heartwarming blessing to the entire family. We thank God for the gift of his life and the blessing of the time we spent with him. Services will be held Saturday, February 2, 2013, 1:00 pm, at St. Luke United Methodist Church, 712 Bradley Avenue, Cambridge, MD with a viewing one hour prior. Interment will follow in Bethel Cemetery.