Celebrating the life of Robert Lee "Bob" Freeman, sunrise: October 8, 1950, sunset: April 12, 2012, Wednesday, April 18, 2012, 3:00 p.m., Solid Rock Baptist Church, 2944 Scotts Ferry Road, Appling, Georgia 30802, Rev. Robert Ramsey, Rev. Colie Irby, Rev. Daniel Ramsey, Rev. Russel Brisco, Rev. G. T. McCord, Pastor Larry B. Sims, Jr.

Mr. Robert Lee Freeman, son of the late Jessie and Novella Freeman, was born on October 8,1950 in McCormick, South Carolina.
At an early age, Robert accepted Christ in his life. He was baptized at the Bethany Baptist Church in Clarks Hill, South Carolina. He attended school in McCormick County. He was preceded in death by his sister; Mrs. Elizabeth Houston and brother-in-law, Mr. Willie Luke.
Robert moved his membership to Solid Rock Baptist Church in 2007.
He was united into holy matrimony to Ms. Wilhemena Luke on July 23rd, 1972. He was employed with Quebecor World for 23 years until his health declined.
Robert loved life. . He loved watching sports on TV, westerns, CNN and his favorite soap opera was "Young and the Restless . He enjoyed traveling with his family, eating and most o f all, he loved to talk.
Robert will be remembered for the love that he shared with his family, friends and those fortunate enough to have crossed his path. He leaves behind a devoted wife o f 39 years, Wilhemena Luke Freeman', a loving daughter, La Keisha Freeman, and a loving grand-daughter, Taylor Jenkins', God-daughter, Tiffany Mai shall and God-son, Chaz Luke; brothers: Richard (Paulette) Freeman of McCormick, South Carolina, Arthur (Mary Anne) Freeman o f Martinez, Georgia, and Tony Freeman of Clarks Hill, South Carolina; sisters: Annette (Curtis) Sibert of McCormick, South Carolina, Jessie Mae (Willie) Elam ofLincolton, Georgia, Lora Green of Clarks Hill, South Carolina, Cynthia Freeman of Edgefield, South Carolina and Darlene (Silas) of McCormick, South Carolina; uncles: James (Irene) Freeman of Clarks Hill, South Carolina, Clarence Freeman of Augusta, Georgia; aunts: Janie Freeman, Margaret Turman, Carrie (Leonard) Burch, Bertha Freeman, Beatrice Freeman, Rosa Freeman, and Willie Mae Freeman of Augusta, Georgia, Lillian Broadwater, Mai'y (Willie) Gardenhire; two brother-in-laws: devoted Hoi ace (Dorothy) Luke and Scott (Annette) Rickerson; sisters-in-laws Eva Mae Marshall, Carrie Garnett, and Dorothy (George) McCladdie. He also leaves a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Also, dear friends who have been very supportive, Pedro (Tania) Rivera.

Order of

Processional Musical Selection
Scriptures Old Testament New Testament
Prayer M usical Selection
Reflections (3 Minutes Please)
Solo Family Tribute Words of Comfort Acknowledgements Solo Eulogy

Rev. Robert Ramsey, Gospel Waterbranch B aptist Church, Evans, Ga.
Solid Rock B aptist Church Choir Minister PatricbOutler
Rev. Colie Irby, Laurel Grove B aptist Church Rev. Daniel Ramsey, Smith Grove Baptist
Church Rev. Robert Ramsey Solid Rock Baptist Church, Bro. Bruce Lampkin Leslie J. Pollard, Jr., MD (family member) Deacon Linzey Rolland (church member) Sister Veronica Stokes Ms. Londa Freeman Rev. Russel Bnsco, Hopewell B aptist Church Deacon Robert Leverett Rev. G.T. McCord P astor Larry B. Sims, J r ., Solid Rock Baptist

SRBC Cemetery
**R epast Will Be A t Greenbrier Middle School* * 5120 Riverwood Parkway Evans, GA 30809

To My Husband, I thank God for all the years we have shared together. We grew up together. We
were so young when wc were married. Through it all God allowed us over 40 years together. Often times, we were childish, selfish, and impatient. But God allowed us to mature in his Grace and Wisdom. Thank you for all your hard work. You were a great provider. You made sure your family had a roof over their head, food on the table, transportation and other wants during the years. Thanks for all the fun times traveling. You loved to drive and always got Lost! You were a comedian, commentator, a doctor, fisherman, carpenter and a talker, etc.
Thanks for loving me with so much admiration for taking care of me and giving me so much love and affection. I pray that I met your expectations and reciprocations. I will always love you and hold our treasured memories. I say so long for now and until we meet again.
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You fought a good fight! Go on and take your crown! You are free! Walk on around heaven, walk on.
You Wonder Why
You wonder why, I went away And didn't say "good-bye " I couldn 't bear to tell you For it hurts to see you cry. My ship came in early that morning And OH! What a beautiful sight to see! The captain was King Jesus And he softly beckoned me.
I ran the leeway Andfell down at HISfeet He took me in HIS arms And then I knew my rest was complete.

For a Loving Father and Grandfather
Imagine this... a world where all kids know their fathers and grandfathers, feel the strength of generations supporting them, and experience the day-to-day love and happiness that only comes from family sticking togetheno matter what.
That's the gift you've given methefamily I know and love.
And that's why today reminds me. And that's why today reminds me
just how grateful I am to have a grandfather
like YOU. La'Keisha and Taylor

God looked around his garden and found an empty place, He then looked down upon the earth,
And saw Your tired face, He put his arms around you And lifted you to rest.
God's garden must be beautiful He always takes the best.
He knew that you were suffering He knew that you were in pain. He knew that you would never get well on earth again. He saw the road was getting rough, And the hills were hard to climb. So he closed your weary eyelids And whispered, "Peace be thine." It broke our hearts to lose you
But you didn't go alone, For part of us went with you The day God called you home.
You have been in our family for over 40 years. We have laughed together and we have cried together. We have Loved and we have Lost!
Though God has called you home. We will cherish our memories always.
The Luke Family

To My Family - The Freeman's
God blessed me to be in you life. You all were so dear to me! I know I talked a lot,
even got on some of your nerves, sorry I loved you all!
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My brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and the rest of you!
God has placed me in a new home! I 'll miss you all!
Remember to keep on loving, supporting and holding each other up.
Your loving brother, Bob
Keep on embracing my family with love!

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Jarvis Elam Gerard Green Ridgeway Ereeman

Pallbearers Flower Bearers

Tony Freeman Tristan Elam Bruce ELouston

Nieces and Grand-Nieces

Don Stallings Robert Clark, MD Terry Garnett

Honorary Pallbearers

Pedro Rivera Carl Fields

"In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.rr
St John 14:2
, On behalf of thefamilyr we thank you for your prayers, thoughts, visits
food and thanks of kindness during our hour o f bereavement.