Gloria Marybell Freeman

Sunrise: January 9, 1926

Sunset: February 12, 2021

Gloria Marybell Freeman passed away February 12, 2021.

No Public Viewing Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Monday, March 1, 2021 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320 The family is following the CDC and State of Virginia guidelines for funeral attendance.

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    Rev. Dr. James Edwards, lll says

    My wife, Rev. Dee and I are praying for my cousins and other family members of Gloria Maybell Edwards Freeman. Aunt Gloria was my paternal aunt and my last surviving aunt or uncle on both sides of my family. God blessed her with ninety-five years far surpassing the eighty years , if by reason of strength. May she rest in peace and be remembered as a kind woman of God.
    Rev. Dr. James ” Screwball ” Edwards, lll
    Retired Pastor

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    Denise Cheryl says


    Mother, I will miss your sweet gentle voice. When I’d call you on the phone, I’d say; “Hello Mother”, and you would sweetly ask; “CHeerrRYL, is that you?”

    My mother was so much fun and dearly loved. She enjoyed her family just as much as we enjoyed her. God blessed her to see four generations of family; we kept her forever young at heart. We always loved her giggles, dancing and singing -what a joy she always brought! Dear Mother, I know I’ll meet you again…but in eternal peace where there is no fear of death. Rest In Christ’s Love! Rest In Paradise! Until we meet again. Love you, Cheryl ❤

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    Darlene Rainey says

    My prayers are with Tina ,Kim &Donny ,Dawn uncle Beard and the entire family! I pray that God comfort you all with the peace of God ! For we know to be absent from the body is to be present with the lord !Take your rest mom & Grandma !

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    Marlene Freeman says

    ❤ There’s A Quiet Strength ❤In The Gentleness Of Love❤
    ❤That Brings Comfort To The Sorrowing Heart❤

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    Tanya Johnson says

    Condolences to the Freeman Family. Its been a long time since we’ve seen the Freeman Family. The memories from 29th Street will always be treasured. May you Rest in Paradise Mrs. Freeman.
    The Thompson Family….

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    Dr. Edward R Shambry says

    May the peace, love, and comfort of Almighty God be with you in this time of bereavement, dear family. The 91st Psalm tells us this message from God: “Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name. He will call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him and honor him. With long life will I satisfy him, and shew him my salvation.” (stanzas14-16), Sleep in the arms of Jesus, Aunt Gloria,

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    Romona Minns (Holliday) says

    Mother or Aunt Gloria,as I sometimes call you both, as you was my aunt first and the grand mother of my first born,Ray Jr. The times that we spent together living two doors apart on twenty-ninth street will always be cherish. You will be missed. Loving you always Mother/Aunt Gloria. REST IN PEACE.

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