Name: Ms. Linda Freeman

Date: June 24, 1961 - April 16, 2021

Biography

City of birth: Amarillo, TX

Mother: Betty Jo Freeman

Father: Robert Henry Freeman

Sons: David Ryan Freeman-Smith

Sisters: Marka Freeman-Potts

Brothers: Robert(Bobby) Freeman, Mike Freeman, Jerry Freeman(Deceased), Kerry Freeman

Education: Capitol Hill High School

Occupation: Administrative Assistant/ O.U. Medical Center

Visitations: 3pm-7pm Thursday, April 22, 2021

Cemetery: KOLB Cemetery Spencer, Oklahoma

Services: Earl M. Temple Memorial Chapel, 2801 N. Kelley Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Services date and time: 1:00pm Friday, April 23, 2021



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(2021-04-18 11:31pm) DEE DEE JACKSON wrote:
πŸ™πŸ™!!!!!!!!!!!MY CONDOLENCES GO OUT TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY PRAYERS FOR STRENGTH AT THIS DIFFICULT TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!πŸ™πŸ™

(2021-04-19 7:53pm) Patricia Parrish Wilson wrote:
Having worked with Linda for more than 20 years I can say that she was a pleasure being around. I loved the way that she would whisper and crack little jokes at work. We're going to miss her. My condolences to the family. She loved you guys so much.

(2021-04-20 6:55am) Emmanuel Fakoya wrote:
May her gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace amen

(2021-04-20 9:04am) Vincent & Nicole Moore wrote:
Our deepest condolences go out to Ryan and his family. You're in our thoughts during this difficult time.

(2021-04-20 9:13am) Mary And Stacey wrote:
Ryan, Elijah, and family our deepest sympathies for you all during the loss of your mother, grandmother, and sister. You are all in our prayers during this time. Eternal rest grant unto Linda, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon Linda. May she rest in peace. Amen.

(2021-04-20 10:43am) Kar-Ming Fung wrote:
May God comfort you and your family. Linda was an angel. She helped us. She put out fire for us. She touched our souls deeply. Linda will be badly missed. She is in my prayers. May her soul rest in peace.

(2021-04-20 1:20pm) Charlotte Jackson wrote:
Loved working with Linda. Of the best I have ever known. Linda will be missed. The Lord loved her much more and called her home.

(2021-04-20 1:50pm) Mary Dawson wrote:
We had many many good laughs together. I can still see those tears in your eyes from laughing so hard. I will miss you my friend.

(2021-04-21 1:40am) Diane Rudek wrote:
I worked with Linda for many years and she was such a sweet friend to me. She loved her family so much and she loved the Lord! I already miss not being able to talk to her or listen to her laugh as she is telling me something. Heaven became a little sweeter with her there. See you later sweet friendβ™₯️

(2021-04-21 12:35pm) Kimberly Stephens wrote:
Rest in peace my friend. I will miss the giggling phone calls but my heart is filled with joy knowing you are in our Father's house.

(2021-04-22 7:42am) Danielle Haley wrote:
Ms. Linda loved the Father and she loved her KLOVE. She loved her grandson and neices and nephews, she spoke about them often. She was a special person to me and I am glad I got to meet her. My deepest condolences are with the family in this time of hurt. May God wrap his ever loving arms around you all in this time of pain. Smile knowing Ms. Linda is by our Father and is dancing with joy.

(2021-04-22 7:54am) Kelly Harjo-Cox (Wise) wrote:
Linda and I were close growing up. She was a great friend and we had lots of fun playing softball and volleyball together. We had lots of laughs and even some tears. As teenagers we spent many Friday and Saturday nights hanging out with other friends. I am very sorry for the loss of a mother, sister, daughter and friend. Sending prayers to everyone in the Freeman family May Jesus hold you close and give you comfort in this time..

(2021-04-22 10:01am) Gayla Ward wrote:
I used to work with Linda and she was such a kind and helpful person to everyone with just enough of a mischievous side to make her fun! I know she will be missed by her work family as well as her dear family. May God comfort you all.

(2021-04-22 2:04pm) Shealby wrote:
You hope you can put into words how you feel about someone, but I just can't find the words at this time. I am speechless for once in my life. She was definitely my Angel here on earth and I know she had me covered in prayer daily. What a loss for us all!

(2021-04-22 8:41pm) Elva Lois Denmark & Family wrote:
Marka !! So sorry to hear about Linda. You are in our prayers, the MEMORIES you have of Linda will help you through this season of your sorry. Love you so much πŸ’–πŸ’–

(2021-04-23 6:07pm) Crystal Johnson wrote:
Have you ever met someone you just clicked with immediately? That was Linda to me. The 1st time I met her will always stand out as one of the weirdest, yet wonderful gifts I've received from above. I sat next to her at a pot luck at CCF. We discovered we were about the same age. Then proceeded to giggle like school girls for the next 2 hours - to the point of tears, being helpless, red-faced & out of breath, we were laughing so hard. It was getting kind of obnoxious to those around us. Everything from our younger days was suddenly hysterical - bellbottoms to big hair as well as past faux pas' (embarrassing moments), past crushes, etal. We giggled until there wasn't any giggle left. I saw her a week or so after that. From across the room we started giggling again. Imagine my surprise when I was told she was not usually given to 'hours of giggles'. 3rd time I saw her was at a Bible study, & she was very serious, studious -dedicated to The Word she was relating to us. What she didn't know was that at the time of the first "giggle-box" incident, I was at a place that I needed to cut loose & find my funny again. I think she did too. My heart had been so heavy for such a long time - I needed to be overwhelmed with laughter. I will be forever grateful for God using her to remind me of how funny the world is AND the JOY that awaits us on the other side. I look forward to many more giggles - she is in our future, not just the wonderful memories of the past.

(2021-04-26 2:00pm) Kim Burge, Ret OCPD wrote:
Condolences to Marka and family. Be Blessed.