Stewards & Trustees
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Perhaps you sang a tender song
or sat quietly in a chair Perhaps you sent some beautiful flowers
If so we sw them there Perhaps you sent or spoke kind words
As any friend would say Perhaps you were not there at all
Just thought of us that day Perhaps you prepared some tasty food
Or maybe furnished a car Perhaps you rendered a service unseen
Near at hand or from afar Whatever you did to console the heart We thank you so much---Whatever the part. The Family and Friends of Will Freeman
MR. WILL C. FREEMAN
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1993 11:00 A.M.
ST. PAUL A.M.E. CHURCH 989 Morrow Avenue Macon, Georgia
REV. TERENCE RENARD GRAY, OFFICIATING INTERMENT
Woodlawn Memorial Park 11THOMAS MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME SERVICES ..
- OBITUARY -
WILL C. 11 DADDY 11 FREEMAN 95, formerly of
afternoon, February 10, 1993 in a local
hospital. Born in Jones County, he was the
eldest of seven sons born to Mr. and Mrs.
Will and Ida Person Freeman. He lived in
Macon his entire adult life. He was a
faithful member of St. Paul A.M.E. Church
where he served as a member of the Trustee
Board and the Friendship Club. He was a
retired employee of the Southern Railroad
Company. He was a member of Union Brothers
and Sisters of Love Society. He was the
widower of Mrs. Ola Mae Reid Freeman.
He leaves to mourn his passing; nieces, Mrs. Annie Ruth Wilder, Mrs. Ida Bell Early, Ms. Delores Freeman, Ms. Mamie Freeman of Macon, Mrs. Eddie Mae Collins, East Orange, N.J., Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Ms. Bernice Freeman, Chicago, Ill.; Nephews, Eddie Freeman and Earnest Freeman, Jr., Chicago, Ill. and James Freeman, Jr., Kansas City, Mo.; Devoted god children, Mrs. Ursula M. Lynch, Miramar, Florida and Mrs. Amelita G. Martin, Macon; sisterin-law, Mrs. Mamie Freeman, Macon and devoted family friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses and Susie J. Mathis, Macon and a host of other relatives and friends.
Do not stand at my grave and weep; I am not there I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow; I am a diamond glints of snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain;
I am the gentle autum's rain. When you awaken in the morning's hush,
I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft star that shines at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry.
I am not there; I did not die!
- ORDER OF SERVICE THE REV. TERENCE RENARD GRAY, OFFICIATING THE PRELUDE BR0 R0BERT CUMM I NGS THE PROCESSIONAL ...
THE HYMN OF PRAISE CHOIR AND CONGREGATION .. Amazing Grace 11 #226
THE PRAYER .. THE REV. MARLETTE GILBERT THE LITURGY OF THE WORD:
OLD TESTAMENT-THE REV. RONZELL MANESS NEW TESTAMENT-THE REV. MARLETTE GILBERT THE SELECTION.......... CHOIR AND CONGREGATION
THE EULOGY . . . . . . . . THE REV. TERENCE BENARD GRAY
THE HYMN OF ASSURANCE CHOIR AND CONGREGATION 11 My Faith Looks Up To Thee ..
THE RECESSIONAL ...... 11 Sing The Wonderous Love Of Jesus .. #511
THE INTERMENT WOODLAWN MEMORIAL PARK