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Shelly Denise Freeman, a former Cushing resident now of Depew, passed away on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 in the Drumright Hospital at the age of 38 years.
The daughter of Shirley Cross Grigg and the late Lyle Alexander Grigg, Shelly was born on September 13, 1968 in Cushing and was reared and educated here, graduating from Cushing High School with the class of 1986.
She was united in marriage to Kenneth Freeman on August 31, 1990. To this union two daughters, Chelsea and Kendra, were born.
Shelly loved to spend time with her daughters and was always involved with their sporting activities. She was a great mom.
She attended the Free Will Baptist Church in Shamrock.
Survivors include her daughters, Chelsea Freeman and Kendra Freeman both of the home; her mother, Shirley Grigg of Cushing; two brothers, Chris Grigg of Sapulpa and Kent Grigg of Cushing; and other relatives and friends.
Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, August 21, 2007 at 10:00 A.M. in the First Christian Church, Cushing with Roger White, pastor of the Free Will Baptist Church in Shamrock, officiating.
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