Sidney Anthony Green Sr., an aviation maintenance mechanic who loved to fix things, died June 1 from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash in Lochearn. The former Windsor Mill resident was 22.
Born in Baltimore, Mr. Green was the son of Shunia Eaton and Wayne Green. He attended Baltimore County schools, graduating in 2014 from Milford Mill Academy, where he was a member of the wrestling team.
After high school, he attended the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics in Hagerstown.
When looking at him, “you’d see his smile first,” Ms. Johnson said.
Mr. Green was in town to visit his son, Sidney Jr., and other family when he was killed in the motorcycle crash.
County police said he was riding a motorcycle eastbound on Liberty Road near Sedgemoor Road when a Nissan Murano traveling west on Liberty Road was attempting to make a left-hand turn at the intersection. According to police, the vehicles collided, with the motorcycle striking the right front fender of the Nissan.
Mr. Green was pronounced dead at the scene. The occupants of the Nissan were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said. The incident was being investigated by the county police crash team.
A funeral service will be held Tuesday at noon at New Psalmist Baptist Church in Baltimore, preceded by an 11:30 a.m. wake.
In addition to his mother and son, Mr. Green is survived by his son’s mother, Rashon Adams; his grandmother, Herbie Gilyard; and his siblings: Stephanie Eaton, Wayne Green 1st, Wayne Green Jr., Jamie Keemer, James Eaton III, Jessica Eaton, Jamiece Eaton-Johnson, Jenea Eaton, Johnny Eaton, Shenole Eaton, Desire Baker, Brandon Eaton, Brian Dargan, and Melvin and Blake Fowlkes.