Freddie Hart SEGREST

December 21, 1926October 27, 2018

Freddie Hart SEGREST was born on December 21, 1926 and passed away on October 27, 2018 and is under the care of Pierce Brothers Valhalla.

Funeral Service will be held on November 6, 2018 at 1:00 pm at Pierce Brothers Valhalla, 10621 Victory Blvd, North Hollywood, Ca. Funeral Service will be held on November 6, 2018 at 1:00 pm at Pierce Brothers Valhalla, 10621 Victory Blvd, North Hollywood, CA. Graveside will be held on November 6, 2018 at 2:30 pm. Graveside Service will be held on November 6, 2018 at 2:30 pm at Pierce Brothers Valhalla, 10621 Victory Blvd, North Hollywood, CA.

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  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, November 6, 2018

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, November 6, 2018

  • Graveside

    Tuesday, November 6, 2018

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, November 6, 2018


Freddie Hart SEGREST

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Wayne Vaughan

October 8, 2021

I enjoyed playing guitar for Freddie during his last days! And getting to sing Easy Loving harmony with him ! RIP my friend, you were one of the absolute bedt ever…..Wayne.

Bobby Reffitt

September 10, 2021

Sure hated when I heard of the passing of Freddy he was my mother's favorite singer R
I.P. old friend

Gary Ray

July 5, 2019

I know it has been some months now since Mr. Harts passing but I would just like to say how I remember as a young person in the 1970’s being with my grandparents in a small town tavern in Missouri when Easy Loving came on the jukebox. I immediately stopped playing shuffleboard to listen to the song and asked grandma for change to hear it again. That song is my favorite country song of all time and to this day I will listen to it over and over. Thanks to you Mr. Hart I’m sure you’ve got your angel wings R. I. P.

Deb Vinton

February 10, 2019

I grew up with country music fans and remember Mr Hart's beautiful voice. May he RIP. He is missed.


November 7, 2018

Words cannot express the sadness I felt upon learning of the passing of Mr.Easy Loving. While I never saw him live, or knew him personally,his music always made you feel like you knew him, and vice versa..
I was able to witness the funeral,once it was online,and I can honestly say,it was a very beautiful send off, for a big man,with an even bigger heart.
Freddie's faith, family, and fans, were everything to him. What God allowed to be bestowed upon him, Freddie never took it for granted. I Send my love and condulances to Mrs.Segrest,and the family. Freddie will never die. His music will always keep him near, and he will always be in the hearts of his family, and his fans.
I'm sure Mr.Acuff, Hank Williams Sr, and Lefty met him at the gate.
Joni Lynn Jenkins

Scott Wikle

November 3, 2018

Words cannot express my love and respect for Freddie. He was a dear friend and just as real on stage as off. He was one of the most kind, sincere and caring people I have ever known. He treated my family and I just like his own. We had many great times together on trips to Nashville. I was so blessed to work with Freddie on his final recording project. What a great time that was witnessing firsthand Freddie doing what he did best, making music. Of course he loved going to Cracker Barrel to eat. That was his favorite place ! We shared so many great times like singing in the car and him taking us to see his hand and footprints on the walk of fame in Nashville. So many great stories and precious memories that I will treasure always. I will always do my best to keep Freddie's legacy and music alive. My wife Sara, daughter Maret and I send our love and prayers to Ginger and Freddie's family. This is a photo of Freddie, David Frizzell, with me and my family taken last year.

Jeanna Carmack Phillips

November 2, 2018

My precious Uncle Fred, though my heart breaks cause I will never see your sweet face again here on this earth, it gives me comfort knowing you are reunited with my father of my heart, Uncle J.P. I can honestly say you are the one person I know who truly made their dreams come true. You lived a long meaningful life and you were kind and humble to everyone you met anytime I saw you. I will always be proud to call you my uncle. Not because of your fame but because you were a Godly man, you were kind , and you made me love music. I love you. I will miss you forever.

Rogers Promotions

November 2, 2018

I wish to express my deepest condolences to the family of Freddie Hart Segrest. I will surely miss our conversations. It was an honor to work with Freddie. It is a rare occasion when you find someone with whom you feel that trusted and time would seem to fly when we would reminisce the passing of the good ol' days and shared how it was that our paths came to cross! I know you will be looking down at all of us from the lofty heights of heaven, knowing that soon we will meet again. In "Heaven's time, a song won't be recorded but surely it will bring joy to all that will hear that very unique Freddie Hart voice, that we all know so well, Rest In Peace, Mr. Easy Loving; we won't forget you. Your friend, Roger D Woods, Sr.

George Ellington

November 1, 2018

Freddie I keep your music on my IPOD and love your singing, Easy loving and I came in to the world at the same time and I remember it well. Freddie you were amoung the last truely country artist and will be missed because todays crop of singers can not hold a candle to you!

Dale Mcleod

October 31, 2018

I met you for the first time at the age of seven I can still see you standing there singing Trip to Heaven...I met you again when I was in my teens you were still the greatest singer I had ever seen... so kind and grateful to all of your fans you signed every autograph and shook every hand...a man who loved his maker and let everyone know when his time on earth was over to Heaven he would go...RIP Mr. Easy loving I will always be your #1 fan until we again in God's promise land... a Freddie Hart fan forever 💔💖 Bless your heart