Bailey Freeman

Passed 12/13/2021

Obituary For Bailey Freeman

Mr. Bailey Alonzo Freeman, Jr. age 86of Lincolnton, North Carolina was born in Washington, DC to the late Bailey Alonzo Freeman, Sr. and Dorothy Eleanor Pyndell Freeman. He transitioned on Monday, December 13, 2021 at Carolina Caring, Newton, North Carolina. He retired from Metro Public Transportation. He graduated from Phelps Vocational High School. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran.Funeral service will be Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at 12:00 noon in White’s Family Chapel, the family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.Survivors are his wife, Marion Morrison Freeman of the home; one son, Eric Lynn Freeman, Sr. of Fredricksburg, Virginia; two stepsons, AlphonzoMorrison and Anganeno Morrison of Lincolnton, NC; 7 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, special niece and her husband Paula I. Johnson and J. Alfred Johnson, II of Hazel Green, Alabama; nephew, Dorian Young.

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To the family and friends, I wish to share with you the joy of more than 80 years of a relationship that has reached its final termination. Memories that lift the corners of my mouth are many, but only two of these memories will I share with you. The first and most profound memory began in the first grade at Union Academy on 624 H St. NE. Washington, DC. Marion Stafford was our first-grade teacher. One day she called, "Lawrence Washington and Bailey Freeman stop your fooling around and bring your reading book to the front of the class. Now, I want you to read to the class the beginning pages of your book "Fun with Dick and Jane". With tears in our eyes, we began to stumble through the words, See Jane.... Run, See Dick .... run ......with long pauses we stumbled in tandem reading to the class as they laughed at our inarticulate fumbling through the first page. The second and last meeting was the joyous hours and days that Bailey and I spent in remodeling 2900 ft.² basement of a beautiful home. Bailey was a skilled electrician who brought light and enjoy to each person with whom he came in contact. Each day we terminated our relationship only hoping that we would see one another again to bring joy, peace and comfort. Goodbye my friend. " .... The Lord watch between me and thee, when we are absent one from another. Genesis 31:49 KJV. With love, COL RET. Lawrence C. Washington, Maxine Washington and Family

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Sorry for your loss....praying for your Family

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RIP Mr. Freeman!!! Praying for you guys.

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We extend our deepest condolences to you Marian and the family. MayGod give you comfort in times like these.🙏🏽 Morris & Wanda Cates

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He was my brother n law and a nice man I loved him and he took good care and loved my sister he will be missed very much by us all Rip brother love your sister n law Pokey

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