July 2, 1928 – February 3, 2021
Betty Freeman, 92, of Springfield, passed away at 11:40 pm Wednesday, February 3, 2021 while a resident at the Hallmark Health Care in Carlinville, IL
She was born in Springfield, July 2, 1928 the daughter of Francis and Isabelle (McClintock) Peters. She married Wallace A. Freeman in Springfield, September 28, 1947 and he preceded her in death January 10, 2002. She was also preceded in death by her son, Luke Freeman, her sister, Elaine Pacotti and her two sons in law; Steve Lamar and Glen McGlauchlen.
To Betty, her family was everything. She love to spend time with them. She enjoyed gatherings for birthday’s, holidays and other special events. She was a loving wife and caring mother. She will be truly missed by many who knew her.
Surviving are her children: Pat (wife Susie) Freeman of Springfield, Sharon Lamar of Mt. Vernon, IL and Linda McGlaughlen of Dollville, IL. She has 7 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Cremation rites will be accorded by the Bisch Crematory. Private family services will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, those who wish may direct memorial contributions to the Animal Protective League. Arrangements are in the care of Bisch and Son Funeral Home. 217-544-5424.
- Animal Protective League
Private family service
February 10, 2021
I was sorry to hear that Betty had passed away. Her and I have been friends since I met her through her cousin, Emma Warren. We had a lot of good times together. Her and I enjoyed going to breakfast together every week. I'll miss her very much.
February 9, 2021
Betty was a good friend of my mom, Mamie Casher. They knew each other for over 60 yrs. My mother passed July 3, 2020 . Our families sympathy goes out to Betty' s family.
February 7, 2021
I remember many years ago when we would feed Betty and Wally's fish in their very large aquariums while they vacationed and brought back more fish from the Gulf. The aquariums were incredible, especially for a young child to see.
You were my mother's best friend, she missed you deeply. She appreciated your friendship, it meant even more to her as she grew older. As someone who was loved by my mother, I truly cared for you as well. God Bless You always, Betty.