The Life of Trevon Greene
Trevon Greene leaves his loving mother Sharon Green, sister Briana Crocker, nephews Kalin and Carter as well as nieces Kayla, Amani and Ke’hlani behind with special aunt Facetta as his greatest treasures and many lifelong friendships behind.
Greene hears warning beeps and motor noise as the device lifts him upright, prompting gasps of surprise at suddenly being on his own two feet for the first time since being placed into hospital care. Not out of pain but from being disorientated at suddenly standing unaided for so long.
Early Life and Education
Six years ago, Captain Trevor Greene from Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry was meeting with elders of an Afghan village as part of his role as civil-military co-operation officer when a young boy approached and attacked with an axe which split open his brain.
Debbie, who had graduated from UFV’s business program, became his life partner and took on many different responsibilities: caregiver, patient advocate and brain injury expert as well as being his biggest supporter.
She now oversees the fundraising campaign for ReWalk exoskeletons, working alongside Trevor on an experimental study with researchers to monitor changes to Trevor’s brain over time as he uses it. Their hope is that enough new brain circuits are activated from using ReWalk that he may one day walk again.
Green made his NBA debut in 2012 and quickly established himself as an integral component of the Warriors’ turnaround, helping guide them to two consecutive Finals appearances before winning their championship title in 2015.
Green achieved great success during his college career, earning numerous conference and national accolades such as Big Ten Conference Sixth Man of the Year as a sophomore and being named consensus All-American and NABC National Player of the Year as a senior.
Green and actress Hazel Renee share a love for basketball and often attend Warriors games together. Recently, Green signed a four-year contract with the Golden State Warriors – making him the highest paid small forward in the league at an estimated annual salary of $16.4 Million per year.
Achievement and Honors
Greene remains determined to walk again one year after an axe-wielding teenager broke his skull during a meeting with elders on a peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan. With his wife Deborah’s help, two hours per day are dedicated to pushing his body’s limits as far as they will allow. Rewiring his brain like an elite athlete he hopes to regain abilities lost from this attack.
Greene came to Stony Brook University in 2019 after serving as the inaugural Strength and Conditioning Coach at Mary Washington, where he is widely recognized for transforming their program into one of the finest programs in the region. Additionally, he developed a sport performance nutrition team providing registered dieticians for team athletes as well as individual ones.
Four years ago, former Canadian soldier Captain Trevor Greene was on a peacekeeping mission in Afghanistan when an axe-wielding teen attacked him and split open his skull, eventually sending him into a coma.
Debbie decided not to abandon her husband during his stay at a German military hospital, multiple brain surgeries and rehabilitation stints in Vancouver and Ponoka, Alberta. Instead, she added alternative healthcare providers such as psychic healers to keep his spirits high while keeping hope alive for him.
Now in mid-June, the forcibly retired Army Reserve officer sits comfortably in his wheelchair as an array of characters converge in Nanaimo, British Columbia home of Greene family to provide help with ReWalk exoskeleton therapy – which beeps and whirs like any good exoskeleton, with beepers and motors guided by proprietary software – that Jay Courant, worldwide training director for ReWalk has fitted him into.
Trevon Greene, as an accomplished football player, has secured various endorsement deals and lucrative contracts, helping him build up an impressive net worth and investing wisely in real estate properties.
Renee Green is an R&B singer and actress who has appeared on VH1’s Basketball Wives as well as in 2023 film Fear. Renee previously performed as part of Kandi Burruss’ girl group Glamour Girls; additionally she released an album on SoundCloud.
Renee also works as an NFL color analyst on radio and TV broadcasts for Westwood One’s Kansas City Chiefs preseason broadcasts with Ian Eagle and Paul Burmeister, alongside her modeling career and fashion influencer status on social media. At present, Renee’s combined net worth stands at approximately $40 Million.