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  1. I write this letter with heavy tears and sadness but with great honor as Willies son in law. Throughout the years I was blessed to know him, he was always at the ready to help me regardless if he was already fully booked helping others. I appreciated the countless conversations we had, hearing his stories of the old times and the times we just sat around enjoying a football game. He taught me lots of things over these years and I will truly miss him…Thank you Willie for all that you did for me. My thoughts and prayers for all that knew Willie…”Memories, Let them fill your mind, warm your heart, and lead you through”!

  2. My cousin; my friend! I often described Willie as a “natural-born mechanic”! He was definitely “blessed” with a mechanical talent that few people in this world possess. Even in his latter years, he still took on auto repair jobs that others half his age would not attempt.

    I will forever cherish the evenings spent “hanging-out” at the shop, listening to jazz, and talking about old times and family history.

    Congratulations, Willie, on a life well lived!!! Rest in Heaven my Friend!

  3. Sending Love & Prayers to Maureen, Re’nee, Nicole & all the family of our cousin “Junior”. Junior helped me many times, through the years, with my car and I truly appreciated his help. He will truly be missed. Rest in Heaven our Dear Cousin

  4. Rest In Peace Willie! You will be missed but, you are in a better place.”Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints”Psalms 116:15
    Love Aunt Dorris.

  5. Prayers to you Maureen and your family . we are so blessed to have known Willie. We will miss him but know he is a wonderful place. He truly earned his wings. Love Carole and Steve

  6. Greatest mechanic ever…We were in the motor home Willie, Mama Freeman, Loni, Yolanda,Erika and myself going to The Alamon Family Reunion in Texas. We stopped for fuel and one of the guards said his wife cadillac would not start Willie said we will check it on our way back from the reunion. So we did and Willie told me to give him a hammer and a screw driver he punched some holes in the catalytic converter the car started right up and we drove it to their house I will miss you

  7. Love & prayers to the Family I feel so blessed to be a part of the Freeman Family. I had a 1985 Nissan Maxima that had an exhaust leak making noise. Uncle Willie and Ricky tore the whole engine down to put a $2 stud in place so the noise would stop just for me. Uncle Willie you will be missed and I know you are smiling looking down on us all

  8. In this sorrowful time we would like to extend our sincere condolences to Renee, Nicole and all the family on the passing of your father and grandfather. It is our hope that our friendship and prayers ease you through this difficult time. I know what you are going through right now is very difficult, just know we are here for you and are truly sorry for your loss.

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