Z. Greene Hollowell was born and raised in Goldsboro, NC. He graduated from NC State College in Construction in 1953.
After graduation he served overseas as an officer in the Army Corps of Engineers. He worked for construction companies and in the architectural & construction department of Virginia Power before forming his general contracting company in 1963 in Richmond, VA. He retired in 2000.
He is licensed as a Professional Engineer in Virginia. About 40 years ago he served on the founding Board of Directors of HOME, an open housing effort. He has been married for over 55 years with children and grandchildren. He is now involved in Pro-Life Ministry, organizing 3 conferences.
His claim to fame is he is the most cursed at man in the City of Richmond- by pro-abortionist passers-by because of his over 20 years of protesting and sidewalk counseling at an abortion clinic.
Pictures Can Speak Horrific Words, Letter to the Times-Dispatch, December 6, 2013
Democrats are Tough as Junkyard Dogs, Letter to the Times-Dispatch, December 2, 2012
Letter to the Editor concerning the appointment of a Homosexual to the Richmond Court, Letter to the Times-Dispatch 2012
Culture of Death Will Only Grow Larger, Letter to the Times-Dispatch March 17, 2012
"Scientist Ponders creation from Nothing", Letter to the Herald Tribune, Sarasota, Fl
Richmond Times-Dispatch Refuse to Print Letter on Homosexuality Letter to the Times-Dispatch
The Nations Bully, The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) strikes again, this time against Pittsylvania County. Letter to the Times-Dispatch
Where is God when Teaching Teens about Sex? Letter to the Times-Dispatch
Homosexuals and Cancer : Letter to the editors of Time Magazine
Don't Ask, Don't Tell, The Homosexuals Latest Assault: This is response to Tracy Thorne-Begland's article "Lies and Deceit Must End" for homosexuals.
God Says vs What Man Says written and published in the Relgious Herald in response to Recent issues of the RH have reported on abortion, homosexuals, evolution, Muslims, Obama and Church/State Walls and the controversies that surround them.
66 Million People Can't be Wrong - A Letter To The Editor- The Wall Street Journal :