Taylor Ann Green, a cast member of Bravo’s Southern Charm, is currently experiencing a tragic loss within her family. Her brother, Richard Worthington Green, also known as “Worth,” passed away on June 8 at the age of 36.
In a statement provided to PEOPLE, Taylor Ann and her family expressed their grief and shared fond memories of Worth. They described him as someone who lived life passionately and cared deeply for those around him. Worth’s family, girlfriend, and numerous friends will miss his cheerful personality, love, and laughter. While they are heartbroken, they find solace in knowing that he is now in the arms of their Heavenly Father. The family kindly requested privacy during this difficult time.
The news of Worth’s passing was initially shared by Taylor Ann’s sister, Catie King, through an Instagram tribute where she expressed her love for her brother and how the family will never be the same without him. Fellow Southern Charm star and Taylor Ann’s ex-boyfriend, Shep Rose, commented on King’s post, describing Worth as unique and a pleasure to know and laugh with.
An obituary posted by a South Carolina funeral home highlighted Worth’s character and his impact on others. He was described as vibrant, outgoing, and loving, never treating anyone as a stranger. The obituary emphasized his deep love for his family, his role as a caring son, grandson, and a supportive older brother to his sisters.
Worth had recently initiated a men’s group in his community in North Carolina, where they would reflect on life and strengthen their faith in Christ. The obituary also made note of Worth’s developing romantic relationship with a woman named Caroline, whom he held in high regard and cherished deeply. Worth had introduced Caroline to his family and was making plans for their future together. His exuberant love for life will be deeply missed by countless friends.
Worth had recently started a men’s group in his North Carolina community to “reflect on life and challenge each other’s faith in Christ.” He also recently started a relationship with a woman named Caroline, the obituary revealed. “Most recently he met the woman he adored and treasured. Caroline brought so much joy to his life,” the tribute said. “He loved her enough to bring her home to his family and was beginning to plan a future with her by his side. Friends too numerous to name will miss the exuberant love for life that Worth brought to them.”
A funeral service will take place on Saturday to honor Worth’s memory.