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Walter Thomas Freeman - 2 Oct 1990
Posted by: Gary Conley Date: September 01, 2001 at 05:34:37
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Walter Thomas Freeman, son of the late George Washington and Leona Parsley, was born March 21, 1913 at Trail, Missouri. He entered into eternal rest October 2, 1990 at the age of seventy-seven years.
He received his education in the schools of Dora, Missouri and on February 21, 1948 was married at West Plains, Missouri to Elizabeth Loretta Hammell who preceded him in death on June 13, 1989.
Mr. Freeman was a veteran of World War II, having served in the United States Army Company H Military Police.
He was a member of the Laborers Union Local Number 42 of St. Louis, Missouri.
Mr. Freeman is survived by one daughter, Helen Uebel, Barnhart, Missouri; three grandchildren, Kimberly Uebel, Brian Uebel and Nancy Uebel, all of Barnhart, Missouri; one brother, Harry Freeman, West Plains, Missouri; one sister, Millie Tetrick, West Plains, Missouri; and several nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents, his wife, five brothers, and one sister.
Mr. Freeman was of the Christian faith.

[ Note: Servives were held at Robertson - Drago Funeral Home, West Plains, Mo.. Burial was at Pleasant Mound Cemetery (formerly New Jail Cemetery ), near Richville, Douglas County, Mo. where his parents, grandparents John & Sarah Teague Freeman & several brothers and other family members are buried.]

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