Prominent Colorado sculptor Don Green has died at 90

Don Green Death – Cause Of Death: Prominent Colorado sculptor and arts educator Don Green has passed away on 19th October 2021 at the age of 90. Don’s death was announced by the Colorado Springs Airport on their official social media handle on Tuesday 7th December 2021, the circumstances surrounding his death were not specified in the publication.

Don was a longtime resident of Colorado Springs, a city in Colorado at the eastern foot of the Rocky Mountains. It lies near glacier-carved Pikes Peak, a landmark in Pike National Forest with hiking trails and a cog railway. He attended CU Boulder where he gained his bachelor’s in art, he continued at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley where he studied teaching. Don Green’s obituary will be released by his family in no time.

Don became an art teacher at the East Junior High School in the Springs and moved to spend three decades mentoring in District 11 schools, which include Wasson High School and Doherty High School. He retired in the year 1985. don is survived by his children Linn G. Baker, Tony Green, and Laura Green. Don is the mastermind behind the plated steel bison and American Indian on horseback sculptures at the entrance to the Colorado Springs Airport; “Eos,” the 1998 stainless steel-and-glass structure on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus.

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