Lance  Freeman

Lance Freeman

Friday, December 4th, 1936 - Sunday, March 29th, 2020
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Lance Freeman, 83, of Leslie, passed away Saturday, March 29, 2020. He was born December 4, 1936 in Chimes, Arkansas to the late Willie and Berlie Reaves Freeman.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife Wordna Freeman; one son, Lance Marshall Freeman; siblings, Sharron Smith, Shirley Smith and Bradley Freeman.
Lance is preceded in death by his parents, Willie and Berlie Freeman.
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Posted at 09:21am
Brad. So sorry to hear of your brothers death. Just know Dee and I will be praying for you!

Brice Smith

Posted at 09:44pm
Go rest high upon that mountain Uncle Lance. Love You

Lenora Begley

Posted at 06:04pm
First off,,,,I am so very sorry, to hear of losing Lance. I remember him teasing me and me telling you, that when I grew up, I was going to marry Lance. :) Dad and mom thought the word of Lance. He and dad worked hard logging, but I know they also had many laughs/chuckles together. I hope they have joined up in heaven and reliving some of those happy times together.
My heart, thoughts and prayers are with you Wordna and all the family.....Sending a big hug. Love, Lenora Begley

Charlene Fountain

Posted at 01:05pm
Our nation is in the midst of COVID-19, and this changes everything for now at least. Wordna, Lance & your family our prayers are with you at this difficult time. Lance worked hard his whole life in the dry wall business. He faced many challenges particularly when the stroke affected his ability to swallow, and he had to have a feeding tube for months. Only someone who has faced the same type circumstance can truly understood what he experienced. When we were teenagers, I remember Lance wearing this "little ole hat", and that memory is etched in my mind about Lance. I look forward to seeing you, Lance and his family when the madness of COVID-19 has subsided some. May our God bless you richly. My sister Marilyn and Ray Fountain both have inquired about our precious Lance. With Christian love, Charlene Fountain
D Posted at 02:14pm

Prayers for Wordna and all the family. I will always remember him at all the rodeos we went to. Love you all

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