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Gage Garon Freeman

March 6, 2001November 15, 2020

Gage Garon Freeman, age 19, Whitney High School graduate Class of 2019, passed away suddenly in a tragic car accident on November 15, 2020.

Gage was deeply committed to his friends and family. He loved traveling, wakeboarding-wakesurfing, helping friends fix their trucks and cars, caring for animals, blaring his music while driving, woodworking, backyard family BBQs and gamenights, and hanging out with friends.

At a very early age, Gage recognized his handiness and spent time taking things apart and putting them back together. With a strong technical and mechanical mind and a knack for building, he worked for Des Cor Builders, Inc. and Fletcher Plumbing, Inc.

Gage favored the underdogs. He served as a pillar of generosity to anyone and everyone in need. His willingness to give the shirt off his back left a lasting impression on those who love him. Friends who had broken down trucks or cars, or who needed a ride home, knew they could call Gage and he would find a way to help them.

Gage was born at UC Davis in Sacramento and grew up in Lincoln. He is the first of two beloved sons of Lee and Jill Freeman. Besides his parents, Gage leaves behind his brother Chase; his grandparents (John and Blance Eberhardt and Lee Sr. and Joan Freeman); his grand uncle and aunt (George and Maria Goldie) his aunts and uncles (Christy and Carl Fletcher, Jolene and Jon Scherner and Jackie and preceded in death, Joe Doub); and his cousins (Madison, Jake and Elise Scherner, Jackson and Ali Fletcher, and Cody and Katelyn Doub); along with many other loving family members and friends.

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Taryn Szeremi

November 26, 2020

My favorite memory of Gage is all of them but if I could remember the best one is when he helped me out so much this summer. Gage gave me advice, he was someone who helped me with my stress. Gage was like my big brother someone I could go to no matter what I had going on he was there for me. I miss him so much! I know that he would treat me like a little sister and he would come to me if he needed someone to talk to because I would do my best to give him advice if he asked for it or wanted it. Love you so much Gage hope to see you soon R.I.P♥️🕊
Love Taryn

Maria and George Goldie

November 25, 2020

Dear Gage,

It is inconceivable that you are no longer with us. You will be missed by many, but we will particularly miss you at family gatherings and your life milestones.

Jill, Lee, Chase, Blance, John, Christy and Carl, our hearts go out to you . It is difficult to imagine or comprehend your sorrow. There is nothing we can say to ease your pain, but we are here if you need a shoulder to cry on, or anything else.

Gage , until we meet again, we will live with the love and memories you left behind.

Love always, Zia & Zio

Sean Moore

November 24, 2020

Gage , man me and you all the way in elementary school in rsp to get help from teachers all the way through till we graduated we have always been friends but our friend ship wasn’t like everyone els it was rough at first but then we grew on to each other & began to laugh with each other through all the years I been around you , the amount of people that haven’t noticed how beautiful of person you were isn’t enough to match what has happened , I’m just finding this news out rn and yet I don’t even know what to say , how to respond like man ... is this even real , I know you doing better up their and I pray out to your brother and family because they will need a lot of support going forward. This isn’t the last we’ve seen each other my pal , till we meet again

P.s. I wouldn’t mind a little nice nudge from you down here I miss you Gage I do.

- love Sean Winston Moore Jr

LLG 🕊

Rocky Risucci

November 22, 2020

Gage, I can’t thank you enough for helping Evan install the lift on his 4runner that long, late, Saturday night and part of Sunday. I enjoyed talking with you for that brief amount of time on Sunday. You are a kind and helpful young man who will be greatly missed!
Your memory and skills will always be part of that 4Runner!
Fly Free-Man!!

Mary Hart

November 18, 2020

Dear Jill, Lee, Chase, Blance, John, Christy and Carl,

We love your family. We think about Gage at so many gatherings from meals at your homes to Fletcher Christmas parties to Puerto Vallarta. Gage's sweet smile, kind nature and interest in talking with us will always be remembered and cherished. We are blessed to know Gage. All our love and prayers are with your family at this very difficult time. You are in our hearts, we are here to lift you up. Love, The Hart Family

Suzie Strain (Main)

November 18, 2020

I had Gage Freshman year at WHS. He was such a happy young man. He was kind, outgoing, and funny. I am truly saddened by the loss.

Jeff Mastroianni

November 18, 2020

I am very saddened by the loss of Gage, I had the pleasure of working with him , He was always in great spirits and very kind hearted. Gage was family to all of us, I am very sorry for his family, God bless with all my love.

Donna and Sal Salcido

November 17, 2020

Jill , Lee, John and Blance,
We are sending our love, prayers and condolences for the loss of your son and grandson Gage.
John and Blance you shared so many great stories about Gage at our wine Groups!

Love,

Donna and Sal

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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