Married couple leave 7 children after dying from COVID-19 within hours of each other


Seven children are grieving the loss of their parents after both got infected by COVID-19. Both the mother and father were 44 years old.

“They met when they were 14 years old, got married, been married 22 years, and had seven beautiful children,” said Tiki Green, Troy’s sister.

No one expected Troy and Charletta Green’s love story to end so tragically. The Detroit couple were thousands of miles apart when they died within hours of one another earlier this week, leaving behind seven children between the ages of 10 and 23.

“We’re just telling them that we are here, we love them and we’re going to support them as much as we can,” said Green.  “And we’re just trying to get help for them – because these kids they didn’t ask for this, they didn’t expect this.”

Green says it all started in mid-August as Troy and Charletta planned a family trip to Florida. Troy stayed behind – he was not feeling well.

Charletta fell ill and was hospitalized with COVID-19 two days after arriving in Florida.

Troy was taken to Sinai Grace Hospital for Covid a day later. Both were put on ventilators. Their anniversary was spent in ICU.

But while Troy made a bit of a recovery, Charletta’s condition worsened.

“Her lungs were severely damaged and … they just couldn’t do any more for her,” Green said. “When he realized that his wife, you know, maybe not getting better, after he hears she’s on a ventilator and she’s on it 100 percent constantly, he just basically couldn’t take that. He just started having chest pains and eventually a couple of hours later he passed.”


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  1. “Green says prior to the Florida trip, Troy and Charletta were considering getting a Covid vaccine, but they contracted the virus before they decided to get the shot.
    Something she is now urging others to do.”

    Sounds like she (Troy’s sister) was not urging them to get vaccinated before they were infected.

    She says: “No one expected Troy and Charletta Green’s love story to end so tragically.”
    A beautiful love story is not immunization …

  2. I try to collect the stories of people that die within hours of each other. It is an interesting thing in our reality. People become so strongly attached, or in one case, even a man and a dog died within minutes of each other. The twins who did not know the other was pregnant, but they had their babies one hour apart, one time zone apart. This branches into bizarre directions even the mundane, and proximity is not a factor. Simultaneous events that may follow pathways other than what we would normally think, where, people unrelated or unknown to each other, experience identical events. I call the pathways, threads, cords, strings and ropes, depending on the strength and frequency of the simultaneous events. they are like arteries or veins that flow through time. The advent of AI means it is a certainty that it is only a matter of time before this becomes exploitable. The twang of a thread will be noticed. Time Bandits.

    • 445 people died within hours of each other yesterday in Iran. They all had Covid and they all needed vaccines.

      At this point the fact that this couple were only considering getting vaccinated with a trail of seven children branches into bizarre directions even the mundane, and proximity is a factor.

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