Angus McDonald Green, a key figure in Piedmont publishing circles, community leader, and World War II veteran who served under Patton died in March 2012.
One of seven children in a publishing family, Green learned the printing business from childhood with his siblings and absorbed a love of history at his family home Greenwood, where the Marquis de Lafayette had been a visitor.
His grandfather founded what is now the Culpeper Star-Exponent, and Green and his father published the Orange County Review for decades.
A longtime friend of The Germanna Foundation, Green published many of the issues of The Germanna Record, including Dr. B.C. Holtzclaw’s best-selling #5 on the Ancestry and Descent of the 1714 Siegerland settlers.