Elizabeth Bennett Freeman, age 88, passed away peacefully Wednesday April 4, 2018. Elizabeth was born in Paulding County, GA on January 25, 1930. She grew up in Paulding County and married her high school sweetheart Harold Freeman. She is preceded in death by her husband Harold Freeman. She is survived by her son David Freeman and daughter-in-law Nina Freeman, Daughter Wanda Hickman, 5 grandchildren, Brad Freeman & wife Donna, Kelly Graber & Husband Chris, Leah Ferguson & Husband Will, Lindsey Hickman & husband Jon Paul Davis and Lauren Hickman & husband Joel Ross. 6 Great Grandchildren, Jason Freeman, Matthew Freeman, Krista Freeman, Ansley Graber, Jackson Graber and William Ferguson. Elizabeth was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She always put others first and made sure her family was taken care of before considering her own needs. She made a tremendous impact on her two children, instilling values that would shape their entire lives. She was thought of as a “beautiful and gracious southern lady”, well liked and deeply loved by all. While often quiet and reserved and standing in the background, she possessed a great sense of humor and would often startle those around her with her humorous and profound comments. Visitations will be Saturday, April 7, 2018, from 5 to 8 PM and also on Sunday, April 8, 2018, from 1-2 PM at Wages and Sons Funeral Home in Lawrenceville, GA www.wagesandsons.com. Funeral services will be at Wages and Sons at 2 PM on Sunday, April 8, 2018. Burial will be 4 PM in Morris Cemetery at 4100 Hiram Lithia Springs Road Powder Springs, GA 30127. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her name to Hamilton Mill Christian Church 809 Sardis Church Rd, Buford, GA 30519. hmccfamily.com

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  1. My sincere condolences to your family. May you find comfort in the promise of Rev. 21:4 of a time when death will be no more and loved ones will be reunited.

  2. Our dear Elizabeth,
    You will be forever missed, but not forgotten. I am so glad I got to see you yesterday before you left us this morning. I sure hope you received that cup of hot black coffee you wanted so badly. No words will help console your family’s loss, but knowing you are no longer in any pain and that you are back with your true love, Harold, will help them get through this difficult time.

  3. We are so very sorry for your loss. Randy and I will be praying for God’s comfort for you during this time. God bless!

  4. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. We will pray for God’s comfort and peace to embrace all of you.

    Stacey and Nick Schuessler

  5. Acts 24:15 helps us to appreciate that there will be a ressurection and soon we will be reunited with our loved ones again my my thoughts and prayers are with your family

  6. So sorry for your loss. We as part of the family of God at Ivy Creek will keep you and your family in our prayers. Seems though we know death is a part of our journey home, we are never prepared when it happens to our loved ones. He promised to never leave us and we believe him. Take comfort in knowing He was there when your mom made it home.

  7. I am so saddened to hear of “Sweet Liz’s” passing…what a kind, gracious, beautiful lady she was. Always patient and loving.
    I regret that I have not seen her in a while, but shall see her on that wonderful Resurrection Day. Truly a saint of God.
    My prayers and deepest sympathy to all her family and loved ones. Rejoice in a life well lived. God bless you all.

  8. One of my favorite people. Loved to hear that big ole laugh. Spent many pleasant years working and fellowshipping together at ING Investment. Always so beautiful. Thoughts & prayers to the family. I’m sure she will be much missed by you all.

  9. It was my pleasure to work with Liz in the Mortgage Loan Department. She was a lovely person, fun to work with, devoted to doing the best job possible,.always gracious in her dealings with me.

    She was loved by all who had the pleasure who came to know her.

    Thank you for sharing her with us.

    May God bless Liz and her famiiy.

  10. Mark and I are so sorry to hear of Ms. Freeman’s passing. We only met her a couple of times but she was such a friendly person and I know she will be missed dearly. Keeping you in our prayers.

  11. I am regretful to hear about the loss of your dear loved one. How tragic, tears flow automatically when we lose a loved one due to the pain we feel inside. Within your grieving and recovery, may Gods’ mercy surround you. John 5:28,29 tells of a resurrection; ‘A better place.’

  12. Aunt Elizabeth was one of the most beautiful and gracious women I’ve ever known. I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for your peace.

  13. Rex and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of Elizabeth. She was such a sweet lady and enjoyed seeing her when she came into the store. She lived a great life and had such a loving and caring family amongst her. She will be missed by all. We send our thoughts and prayers to you Wanda and the family. God Bless.

  14. My heart is saddens at the loss of Mrs. Freeman. Over the past year and a half, she has been a constant source of joy in my mother’s life at the Benton House in Grayson. One of the most gracious and delightful southern women that I have ever known.
    God Bless your family.

  15. I am so sorry to hear of Liz’s passing. I worked with her many years at Life of Georgia and ING Investment Management. I can say with certainty that Liz was the sweetest person I have ever known! Even though we had lost touch I still thought of her often. My thoughts and prayers are with Liz’s family.

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