Freda Lambert Lawrence

25 January, 194319 January, 2022
Obituary of Freda Lambert Lawrence
Freda Lambert Lawrence, age 78, was ushered into her Savior’s presence on January 19, 2022. Services will be held at Memory Chapel Funeral Home On Saturday, Jan 22, 2022 with visitation at 1 pm and service to follow at 2 pm. Minister Ray Jones is officiating. She is preceded in death by parents Alton and Carrie Lambert, brother Charles Farish Lambert, grandson Nicholas O’Neil White, son in law Tony Simpson, in-laws William and Willie J. Lawrence, sister-in-law Jessie Dean Lambert. She is also preceded in death by Harry and Linnie Corley, Lois Howard, Harvey Boyd, Tom Caddell and Cooper Croft. She is survived by devoted husband Travis Glenn Lawrence, children: Glenna White, Jerry (Denise) Lawrence, Rebecca (Tim) White and Melinda Simpson, grandchildren Joe (Molly) White, Katie White (Brandon Johnson), Hannah and Ellie Lawrence, Becca Hernandez, Alex (Josh) Carlton, Zac and Naomi Simpson, and five great grandchildren. She is also survived by brother L.A. Lambert, Jr., sister in laws: Jackie Boyd, Faye Caddell, Ann Croft, and Margaret Lambert Hall and brother in law Billy Lawrence (Molly) and numerous nieces and nephews. Pallbearers are Tim White, Joe White, Dakota White, Jim Standifer, Charles Farish Lambert, Jr., and Ricky House. Honorary pallbearers are “grandkids” Dakota (Alizabeth) White and Cheyenne White, members/former members of Eastern Hills Baptist Church and Temple Baptist Church, Dr. Ross Vaughn, Dr. Ann Lewis, Dr. Neil Shah, Dr. Azam, Northstar Ambulance, nurses and staff at DCH 5 North, and Tuscaloosa High Black Bears Class of 1960. Our parents were married almost 60 years. Our mother loved to sing in church choirs at Eastern Hills and Temple Baptist and always insisted that we sing “Happy Birthday Jesus” before opening Christmas presents. She raised her children in the church and built a good foundation for each child. She was an excellent cook and was known for her refrigerator Coconut Cake. She loved watching Hallmark movies and scrapbooking. Anytime you parted from seeing our mother, she always said “I love you” and give you the best hug. One of her favorite songs was “I Just Called To Say I Love You”. While her last few years have been difficult with health issues, she was given great care by Glenn, Becky and Tim. Our family would like to express our deepest appreciation to all the special angels who gave exceptional care. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Lawrence family.

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