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George W Freeman
May 19, 1918 - Mar 6, 2004
Posted by Martha Reddout

Marietta Monitor
12 Mar 2004,  Page 4
(permission granted)

Services for George W. Freeman 85 were held at 1 p.m. Tuesday March 9 in the Griffin Funeral Home Chapel Ardmore with Donny Custar officiating.

Mr. Freeman was born May 19 1918 the son of Wesley Davis Freeman Sr. And Maude Rice Freeman. He died Saturday March 6 2004 at a local health care facility.

A native of Love CountyMr. Freeman was raised in this area. He and Alene Creamer were married on September 11954in Durant. Mr. Freeman was a member of the Ardmore VFW Post.

Survivors include his wife Alene of the home, a brother Dr. W.D. Freeman of Oklahoma City and three sisters Rosa Mae Jackson of Marietta, Ruth Hughes of Fort Worth, Texas and Burniece Dillard of Waskom, Texas.

Mr. Freeman was preceded in death by four brothers.

Pallbearers were his nephews.

Interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery Ardmore under the direction of Griffin Funeral Home.


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