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Patricia G. Freeman

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Patricia G. Freeman, lovingly known as Pat, Mom, Grammy, Mona and in her baby years, Patsy (a name she didn’t like at all) passed away on May 12, 2021. She was born in Woodward, Oklahoma on September 3, 1945, to Gustave and Sharline Geiser, the first of their eight children. After Pat came Mary Claire, David Eugene, Joseph, Edward, Carl and the twins, Margaret and Marie (who was blessed to have been with Pat at her time of passing). She married James P. Freeman on October 26, 1968, and together they had two daughters, Amy and Danielle. Pat is greatly missed by her husband, daughters, six grandchildren (Madeline-19, Grace-18, Nathan-17, Lea-16, Lane-10 and June-4 months) as well as a large extended family and many dear friends. She is also missed by Cooper, the stray cat she recently took in, and a plethora of birds and squirrels in her backyard that she has been lovingly overfeeding for many years. In keeping with Pat’s love of animals, the family asks that in lieu of flowers those who wish to honor her life consider a donation to Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption where Amy currently volunteers (https://www.mostlymutts.org/support-us/donate, please mention Pat Freeman in the memo line). Pat was a devout Catholic with a generous heart and servant’s spirit. She was an active member of St. Francis de Sales church, which she supported wholeheartedly in any way she could. Her volunteer work there included creating beautiful floral arrangements for Mass and cooking meals for the clergy. Pat loved cooking, reading, learning new things and staying up all night with family and friends playing games. Pat’s life will be celebrated on Monday, May 17, 2021, at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Mableton with Mass at 10:00 AM followed by a burial service at Honey Creek Woodlands in Conyers at 1:00 PM. Following the burial, a gathering will be hosted by Amy in her home at 104 Harrison Circle in Acworth, GA. All family and friends are welcome.

6 Comments To "Patricia G. Freeman"

Chris Holko On May 16 2021 at 7pm
I was fortunate to finally meet her early this year, the house still decorated for Christmas was such an amazing site. Reply to this comment
Dena Rabinowitch On May 16 2021 at 1am
She's always with me when I play Cribbage on my phone. I'm lucky to have called her my game buddy. Rest in Peace, sweet Pat! Reply to this comment
Ruth Jones On May 15 2021 at 6pm
My dear friend whom I had the privilege of knowing for many years, will remain in our hearts till we meet again. God loves your gentle soul. Reply to this comment
Jorgette Krsulic On May 15 2021 at 6pm
I am heartbroken... Our Framily Tree has lost a limb! (Framily are friends you love like family!) Pat - you were well-loved by family and friends, always doing everything you could for one and all! You have been such a good friend over the years... (since we met in the mid-80's). We always looked forward to visiting you in Georgia... Your girls (and Ree) will just have to pick up the gaming traditions - since we are moving to GA and we'll be just a few hours away. It was just a few weeks ago, we were making plans to play games on a routine schedule again. No one else wants to play games into the night every week, eat finger foods (mostly chicken), Oh, the meals we were going to make and share. Don't be surprised if I'm still talking with you...no more worrying about that dang cell phone - I'll just send my thoughts on the wings of prayer. Reply to this comment
Connie Scott On May 15 2021 at 6pm
Pat was a very loyal and loving friend I have had the pleasure of knowing for many many years. she will be missed by everyone that new her. Heaven has gained a loving angel. My thoughts and prayers are with the family, sorry i won't be able to make it to her celebration of life, but my thoughts and prayers will be with the family. Love to all. Reply to this comment
Cindy Geiser On May 15 2021 at 6pm
I was always so happy to see my Aunt Pat. No matter where we were or who we were with, she was always the most beautiful person in the room. Rest In Peace, Aunt Pat. Reply to this comment
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