OBITUARY

Jeanne Linda Freeman

June 15, 1946May 6, 2019

Jeanne Freeman passed away on Monday, May 6, 2019, at Legacy Hopewell House in Portland, Oregon. She was born in New York City on June 15, 1946; the youngest of three children of John and Marion Kromer.

She married Tim Freeman on June 17, 1977. Jeanne was passionate about caring for others. A tireless volunteer, philanthropist, and hostess, she was an example of the kindness and compassion called for in Ephesians 4:32.

Jeanne is survived by Tim, their son Steve and his wife Lisa, granddaughters Jennifer, Stephanie, Ashley and Nicole, seven great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and in-laws. All of whom she loved and touched deeply.

Jeanne’s memorial service will be held at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Lake Oswego, Oregon on May 17th at 11:00 am. A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall. Jeanne now rests in peace at Skyline Memorial Gardens.

Jeanne requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Mt. Angel Abbey and Seminary. 1 Abbey Drive, St. Benedict, OR 97373 or a donation to the American Cancer Society.

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, May 17, 2019
  • Reception Friday, May 17, 2019

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Perry & Bonnie Whitworth

May 19, 2019

Jeanne would light up a room when she entered and her smile was a true warm greeting wherever she went. We will miss her and her time here will always be remembered by all.

Our love to you Tim and the family.

The Whitworth's
Perry & Bonnie

Shelby and Jon Peterson

May 17, 2019

Jon and I both knew and loved Jeanne. I shared many birthday lunches with Jeanne compliments of Donna Erdman. We shared the same birth day June 15. I was born 8 years earlier than Jeanne and my middle name is Jean. We were both June brides as our day was June 12, 1967 and of course she and Tim were June 17 a few years later. Our granddaughter was born June 17 a few years after their wedding date. Jeanne was a wonderful woman that she loved her home and family, friend and Spiritual Community.. Jon knew her from golf and fishing. She was one to bring and send great care packages while Jon was in Alaska and even cooked while she was there on a trip. Jeanne left a great legacy of love, kindness and generosity for her family and friends. Tim, their son, daughter in law, grandchildren, and great grandchildren will continue to feel her loving influence in their lives. She is earth’s loss and Heaven’s Gain.

Our deepest sympathy to Tim their son and all Jeanne’s family.

Shelby and Jon Peterson

tom gabelman

May 15, 2019

My prayers and condolences are to you Tim and your family. Jeannie will always be missed for a long time, but she is at rest so you can be with each other at this time. May God bless this family.

Karen Donovan

May 13, 2019

I remember Jeanne more as a sister than a cousin. As young children, our families visited a lot, not just on holidays. On Christmas Day we would get into the car and go to Astoria to visit our Aunt Marion, Uncle John, Jeanne, Peter & Richard. Jeanne would show me her gifts & I would show her the "best" of mine. We would go into her bedroom and play with our Ginny Dolls. As we got older, we would play with our Barbie Dolls together. My Mom made outfits for the Barbie Dolls, and Jeanne & I would play for hours dressing our dolls and changing the outfits. Aunt Marion & Jeanne would visit us too. In the Springtime, Jeanne & I would go out to play in the back yard and "climb" on the "Snowball Bush" or sniff the peonies.

I will remember Jeanne's beautiful, happy and loving spirit. She brightened everything around her and will be dearly missed. She will always live in a place in my heart. R.I.P. sweet cousin.

My heartfelt condolences to Tim, Steven & family.

Ed Savage

May 11, 2019

My deepest sympathies to Tim and the entire family. I am very sorry for your loss. Take care and God bless!!

Sincerely, Ed Savage

Geri Grasvik

May 9, 2019

Jeanne was and always be a very special person to all that had the honor of knowing her.
She was a masterful entertainer............a gifted artist...........a dedicated friend.......a giver to the community............and a loving wife, mother and grand mother.

Jeannie will be missed for so many reasons.........but mostly for her ready smile and her welcoming personality with her always open arms.

Rest well my precious friend.................you lived your life with honor, integrity and love.


Steve MAWDSLEY

May 7, 2019

I remember Jeannie as always being energized and positive. She lived her life with passion for her husband, her son and her family. Certainly her faith drove her choices. She is missed by me and those who knew her but her rest is now complete. My prayers & condolences to her family and may her faith be a comfort to each of you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY