Roxanna Green, mother of Tucson shooting victim Christina-Taylor, joins other survivors and relatives to victims of gun violence to urge Congress to take action on ending senseless acts of gun violence.
More than three years after her 9-year-old daughter was shot and killed, Roxanna Green’s heart breaks all over again when she sees another shooting on the news.
Tucson resident Dan Hickman has spent the last 30 years of his life sculpting, but he doesn’t do it for the fame, the awards, or the money. He does it because it’s fulfilling. He does it to help others.
Celebrating the life of her daughter, Roxanna Green will share Christina-Taylor’s inspiring story and sign copies of "As Good As She Imagined," at Splendido, located at 13500 N. Rancho Vistoso Blvd., from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 24, 2012. Refreshments will be served to guests during the event and copies of As Good As She Imagined will be available for purchase there as well. To attend the event, please call in or email your reservation by Friday, March 23, 2012 to (520) 878-2612 or email@example.com .
PENTAGON (Feb. 10, 2012) Former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and ship's sponsor Roxanna Green, get a first look at a photo illustration of the littoral combat ship USS Gabrielle Giffords (LCS 10). Just moments before, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced that a new Littoral Combat Ship would be named for Giffords. Green's 9-year-old daughter, Christina-Taylor Green, was killed in the shooting. LCS 10 will be an Independence LCS 2-class ship. (U.S. Navy video/Released)
A book by Roxanna Green was released last week. Green was the mother of Christina-Taylor Green, the youngest victim in the Jan. 8 shootings.
Celebrating the life of her daughter, Roxanna Green will share Christina-Taylor's inspiring story and sign copies of "As Good As She Imagined," the newly released book at two local book-signing events this month.
John Green ceremoniously releases some butterflies as his wife, Roxanna, has one land on her hand and their son, Dallas, has one fly around his head. The Greens’ daughter loved butterflies.
The family and classmates of Christina-Taylor Green will gather tomorrow morning to dedicate a play area in her name.
Last Friday, Oro Valley and much of Northwest Tucson came out to pay tribute to one of its fallen angels.
Dallas Green, with his parents Roxanna and John, throws out the ceremonial first pitch during the opening ceremonies for the Canyon Del Oro Little League, last Friday.
John and Roxanna Green, parents of Christina-Taylor Green, speak to the Canyon Del Oro Little League players during the league’s opening ceremonies last Friday. During the ceremony, Field No. 1 was rededicated as Green Field and the statue, Freedom’s Steadfast Angel of Love, was unveiled.
Pima County plans to rename a park and trailhead after two victims of the Jan. 8 shooting that claimed six lives and left U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords hospitalized.
A post office box address has been established for citizens who would like to mail cards, well wishes and other correspondence to the family of Christina-Taylor Green. It is:
Greg Bryan/Arizona Daily Star, Seated next to his wife, Roxanna Green, John Green rests a comforting hand on the leg of his son, Dallas, during the funeral service for 9-year-old mass shooting victim Christina-Taylor Green last Thursday.