February 19, 1955 – January 2, 2021
Alan Freeman passed away on January 2, 2021 at the age of 65 from cancer. He was born in Oriente Cuba on February 19, 1955. Lived in Hialeah FL, Pembroke Pines FL, Sunrise FL and lastly in Port St Lucie FL. Married to Joan Freeman for 40 years. He has one son Tony Freeman with 4 grandchildren Justin, Madison, Holly and Jax. He was survived by one living bother Jose Fernandez. Niece Regina Spieler, Natalie Fernandez and nephew Frank Fernandez. His Parents were Francisco Wilfredo Fernandez and Enda Fernandez, and his older brother was Frank Fernandez.
He graduated from FIU with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, minor in computers. He has worked for copier company for 45 years. He held the position of Field Service Engineer.
He had so many passions scuba diving, tennis, volleyball, woodwork and Syfy movies. We will celebrate his wonderful life at:
Aycock Funeral Home at 12571 SW Tradition Parkway, Port St Lucie FL on Friday January 8th from 6 to 8. If you want to donate in place of flowers, Up on Top Academy was his last passion.
Friday, January 8, 2021
January 4, 2021
Dear family of Alan Freeman,
I had the pleasure of working with Alan for the most recent 4.5 years after Dex Imaging acquired Modular Document Solutions. Alan was a great Team mate. He was always willing to help and go the extra mile to help his co-workers and his customers with a great attitude, which is rare. He was always smiling and making light of some of the not so fun aspects of the job. He always brought laughter and levity to the situation and in a sea of customer service, it was always welcome. He was well liked by all of his co-workers for his knowledge, willingness to help others, and his great demeanor. I greatly admired his dedication to what he did and the positive attitude he always carried with him. He will be missed greatly. God bless.
January 4, 2021
No words holds enough power to ease your hearts pain.
May God bless you to overcome the crucial situation!
And don't think yourself alone in this journey.
My Heartfelt Sympathy.
January 2, 2021
Al was the first person that we met in the neighborhood. He came across the street with a smile and extended hand. He was always very kind, and willing to help with anything.
He will be missed by all of us.
Our deepest sympathies and prayers go out to Joan and her family.