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Condolences For John F. Freeman

To : Freeman Family Date : Saturday, October 16th 2021
From : JACQUELYNE HARRIS (Jackie)
I am sorry to hear about John (John Boy) to whom I worked with for 30 years. I missed him when he retired. It was a pleasure working with and him being a friend. My prayers go out to Fran, Gretchen, grandchildren and his sisters. He will be truly missed.

To : Date : Sunday, October 17th 2021
From : Tom Castetter
First of all, I want to give my condolences to Fran, Gretchen and the family. John was a devoted family man and told me many times how much he loved his wife and daughter. He talked about you more than you know.
I first met John in 1990 when I started at the probation department. He was a supervisor, but not my supervisor. Like many others, He taught me a lot. John took the time to teach me how to talk to probationers, other court employees and judges. John was a very good probation officer and supervisor.
John and I had a lot in common. We both loved classic rock, the Ohio State Buckeyes and making people laugh. John had a great sense of humor. I will never forget our conversations about music of the sixties and seventies. He loved bands like The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and Chicago. In one of our last conversations we had a great discussion about The Beach Boys. He went to California after high school and told me about listening to them while sitting in the sand at the Pacific Ocean. What a great experience.
John loved being an usher for Ohio State football games. I was too young to remember that classic 1968 Ohio State team, but John was more than happy to talk about what it was like to see them play. We had many talks about great Buckeye games and players. I loved John’s stories about watching Hop Cassady run to win the Heisman Trophy as a kid.
John was a people person. He understood how to make people feel at ease. He understood how to let people be themselves, and not how you want them to be.
I will be forever grateful for our friendship and our conversations. I will remember them forever.

Tom Castetter

To : Date : Monday, October 18th 2021
From : Don Getz
My condolences to all the family. It's been a long time since I've heard anything about the Williams side. I think the last time I saw John and some of you was a long time ago when you stopped by and we sat on the patio. Remember years ago when I was playing softball for the K/of/C and we would all get together? Not so much anymore. God bless all of you.

To : Family of John Freeman Date : Monday, October 18th 2021
From : Krista Wilson
So sorry to hear about John’s passing. My condolences to the entire Freeman family. John was a good friend of my dad, Wayne Wilson as well as the rest of the Wilson family. Thoughts and prayers to you all.
Krista Wilson
Panama City Florida

To : Aunt Fran and Gretchen Date : Tuesday, October 19th 2021
From : Melissa Nelson
Uncle John was such a good man. He loved his family so much and always showed it. I have such fond memories of him throughout my childhood and growing up. He always made our gatherings so much fun with his sense of humor! I will miss him dearly. I know he is with Bama and Boppa and Uncle Richard now...probably cracking them up with one of his jokes. He was so strong and such a fighter until the end. I am thankful for having him in my life. I love you Aunt Fran and Gretchen, and I love you Uncle John. I know you will be watching over us all until we meet again. Sending all my love.

Melissa




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