Funeral Tribute

William Charles Freeman “BILL”

12/10/1938

 ~ 

01/02/2021

In loving memory of William Charles Freeman “BILL” who sadly passed away on 1st February 2021
FREEMAN, William Charles (12.10.1938 – 1.02.2021)
Passed away peacefully at Tricare Stafford Nursing Home Brisbane on Monday 1st February 2021. William (Bill) late of Sunnybank Brisbane, was 82 years old and leaves behind his family, children Andrew, Cathryn and Phil, and their mother Jeanette. Bill also leaves behind grandchildren, Alex, Ryan, Lachlan, Jacob, Emma, Heather and Erik.
Bill was born in Townsville, son of Charlie and Jean Freeman and brother to Don and Robert. Bill spent his working life as a technician for PMG /Telecom around the Brisbane area. Bill will be remembered for his love of gardening, his life-long interest in history and science and placing a few bets on the horses.
At this time Bill’s family would like to thank all the nurses and support staff of Tricare Stafford Nursing home for the warmth and care that they showed to Bill and his family for the last two years.
In accordance with Bill’s wishes he was privately cremated. However, Bill’s family will gather privately to celebrate his life.
To ensure as many of Bill’s friends and relatives are informed of his life celebration, please “like and share “this post.
There is a time for everything,
“A time to be born and a time to die”
“A time to plant and a time to uproot”
“A time to weep and a time to laugh “
Be at peace Bill , and keep watering that never-ending garden.

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