Deve’ Rachel Hunter Green (nicknamed “Baby Dee”) was born September 28, 1083 in Fort Worth, Texas. At birth she was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease and her mother was told that she would not live past the age of eighteen. To God be the Glory Deve’ was granted thirty-six years of life blessed beyond measure. Deve’ did not let this ugly disease hinder her dreams and goals, even as she suffered through the strokes, brain surgery, heart surgery, Acute Chest Syndrome, frequent blood transfusions and many intense Sickle Cell crisis & hospital stays. Deve’ attended Texas Southern University and majored in Kinesiology. She was the official Athletic Trainer for the world renown TSU Relays and served as the sole trainer for the Men’s Track and Field team. Deve’ continued her love for the Athletic training field when she returned to her high school alma mater, North Crowley HS to assist with the football team. She was a member of the Sicklers 4 Sicklers, a sickle cell support organization. Deve’ always had a smile and a song in her heart, she loved her family and her most prized accomplishment was her son Anthony Green-Felder Jr. She often told her son that “Pain is just a weakness leaving the body”. Deve’ never gave up, she fought to the very end – she was a true warrior. On January 6, 2020, Deve’ received her wings and crossed the finish line into peaceful rest. We love you & miss you Deve’ – from your family.