Mrs. Freeman died following a short illness at 4:20 p.m. Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
She was born January 25, 1935 in Thorpe, Tenn. to the late Lindsay Dixon and Elma Irene Boren Dixon.
She was a member of New Hope Baptist Church where she was a member of WMU. She was a homemaker, had worked at Trigg Knit Hosiery Mill, Johnson Controls, Elk Brand, the Antique Malls, and served as an election officer and was a member of the homemakers club.
She is survived by her husband of 59 years, Douglas Freeman; four brothers, Troy Dixon of Orange City, Fla., James Dixon of Orange City, Fla., Lloyd Dixon of Atlanta, Ga. and Harold Dixon of Lexington; two sisters, Louise Parker of Cadiz and Marsha Ramey of Hopkinsville; two sons, Randy Freeman (and wife Carolyn) of Cadiz and Donnie Freeman (and wife Becky) of Cadiz; one daughter, Shirley Futrell (and husband Mike) of Cadiz; six grandchildren, Steven and Victoria Freeman of Bowling Green, Bethanie and Brian Curtis of Cadiz, Deanna and Belden Parry of Bowling Green, Andrew and Jessica Freeman of Bowling Green, Jordan Futrell of Cadiz and Katelyn Futrell of Cadiz; six great grandchildren, Julia, Caroline, Ava and Samuel Freeman all of Bowling Green, Jackson and Natalee Parry both of Bowling Green.
Palllbearers were Steven Freeman, Brian Curtis, Belden Parry, Andrew Freeman, Jordan Futrell and David Dixon. Music was provided by Amy Carneyhan, pianist.