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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Date: May 31, 2003
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Section: LOCAL
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On Thursday, May 29, 2003, JOHN JOSEPH FREEMAN of Lexington, VA, died on Thursday, May 29. He is survived by his wife, Jane Achenbach Freeman; his five children and sons-in-law, Susan and Charlie Howe of Mechanicville, VA, Patty and Mike Hanley of Chester, VA, Mike Freeman of Hillsborough, NC, Peggy and Kevin Schaefer of Ellicott City, MD, and Steve Freeman of Lakewood, CO. Other survivors also include nine grandchildren, Charlie and Tyler Howe, Erin, Jessie, Steve, and Pete Hanley, Ashleigh and Morgan Freeman, and Brittany Schaefer. He has five surviving siblings, Jim Freeman of Tulsa, OK, Bill Freman of Wheeling, WV, Ned Freeman of York, PA, Pat Freeman of Lexington, VA, and Margaret Jane Larkin of Pittsburgh, PA. Jack Freeman was fiercely proud of his birthplace in Windber, PA, where he excelled in sports in high school and quarterbacked Windber High School's undefeated football teams of 1936. He earned a football scholarship to The College of William & Mary.

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