Albert Freeman

Albert C Freeman

Wednesday, August 11th, 1943 - Sunday, February 16th, 2020
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BARRE – Albert Clarence Freeman, 76, passed away during the early morning on Sunday, February 16, 2020 in Heywood Hospital in Gardner.

Albert was born on Aug 11,1943 the son of the late Clarence and Lillian (LeMay) Freeman. He leaves his nephew Michael R. Freeman and wife Cynthia of Oakham; 2 nieces Lynette A. LeFrancois and her husband Robert from Sutton MA and Jennifer Pierce and her husband John of Athol MA; his sister in law, Annettte (Jackson) Freeman and his half brother Ed Decoteau of North Brookfield MA. He was predeceased by a brother Richard A. Freeman on October 28, 2019.

Albert was a US Army Veteran serving in Vietnam. He joined in 1966 and was stationed in Ft Belvoir VA and in Vietnam during the conflict. He returned home in 1968 and was honorably discharged in 1972 after completing Army Reserve and National Guard time. He saw a live Bob Hope show in Cam Ranh Bay Vietnam and he would mention this event at different times.

Albert loved to work on his garden, repair televisions and fix lawn-mowers. He also enjoyed tractor shows and events. He used to have a whole assortment of tubes and parts to repair TVs. Albert also knew how to weld. He worked in saw mills for many years and as a security guard. He also worked a the Barre Foundry and FlexCon in Spencer.

Friends and family are invited to attend a funeral service for Albert day and time to be announced at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery 111 Glenallen St. Winchendon with full military honors. Pillsbury Funeral Home 96 S.Barre Rd. Barre is directing arrangements.
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    Massachusetts Veterans Cemetery
    111 Glenallen St
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    To be announced
  • Interment

    Massachusetts Veterans Cemetery
    111 Glenallen St
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Kathy Decoteau Chesser

Posted at 03:36pm
Uncle Albert you were such a sweet, kind man. I know you are with your Mom, Dad, and brothers now in heaven. My Father, your brother Ray, must have greeted you with joy and love. I am so glad we got to spend time together the last time I was in Barre. I'll always treasure the laughs we shared. God bless you. May you rest in peace.

Cynthia Freeman

Posted at 01:23pm
Albert we miss you so much.Not a day goes by thinking of you. As I sit near the pellet stove today I can feel your presents. It was your favorite place to sit. We are so glad to have shared our home with you.I remember taking you home to your house.You would call us up less than a half hour after that. You would say I am ready are you picking me up .I would say Albert you are home.He would say no your house.As I think of that today I cry. Albert we truly loved you with all our heart We know you loved it with us. Rest in peace. We Love you.

Juana Cruz

Posted at 08:24am
At this sorrowful period in your life, please accept my sincerest condolences for the death of your loved one.  Reflecting on the divine promises found in the Bible will give you hope and strength to keep going until all of God's promises are fulfilled. (Romans 15:13; John 5:28, 29).

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