Robert Freeman

 

 

 

Robert Freeman, 56, Kansas City, MO, passed away February 22, 2009 at St. Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City. Funeral services will be held at 11 AM Friday February 27, 2009 at Heartland Cremation and Burial Society, 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd, Raytown, MO, 64133. A visitation will be held Friday at 10 AM at the funeral home. Robert was born March 19, 1952 in Oklahoma City, OK to Donald and Barbara Freeman. Robert served his country as a corporal in the Army during the Vietnam War. He was employed by the Kansas City Star as a salesman. Robert was currently writing a book, and he enjoyed playing golf, and spending time with his cats. Robert was preceded in death by his parents, and a sister, Julianne Freeman. He is survived by his wife, Marsha Morris Freeman of the home, a sister Melissa DiCarlo of Tyler TX, and his beloved cats; Bandit, Panda, and Obama. Robert will be greatly missed by all that knew him.

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  1. Pat McLennan Fossler on February 24, 2009 at 1:42 pm

    So sorry for your loss, I knew Neal up until he was in High School and then I lost track of him. Our prayers are with the family.
    Love, Pat



  2. Gerald "Jerry" McLennan on February 25, 2009 at 8:06 pm

    I too am sorry to hear about Neal. I think the last time I saw Neal was at his mother’s funeral. I didn’t see much of Neal as he was always gone when I was around or in Missouri. I hope that he knew Jesus and had accepted Him as his Lord and Saviour. Love, Jerry



  3. Lori Storer on February 27, 2009 at 11:22 pm

    I am sad to lose one of our own. Neal’s smile and video tribute remind me of how blessed we have been. Good to see pics of Aunt Barb, Uncle Don, Grandma and Grandpa Mc, the cousins and to see my cousin-in-law Marsha (even if thru pics).



  4. Richard and Carol McLennan on March 2, 2009 at 6:07 pm

    Sorry this is late, but I am only computer semi-literate and couldn’t get this site open. Both Carol and I send our condolences and prayers to the family. Neal was my oldest nephew. (he used to go by NEAL, as did his maternal grandfather, Tom Neal). As a fellow Vier Nam veteran, I was very aware that his experience there had a terrific enflunce on the rest of his life. We haven’t seen Neal for many, many years, but we have many fond memories of him.



  5. Cindi Sims on May 22, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    Neal & I were married for 7 years when I was 19 and he was 25 and he was my first love. He was a true free spirit whose service for his country forever changed him. I hope and pray he is happy and free and with his Mom, Dad and sister with the Lord.



  6. Carlton Horner on June 10, 2022 at 12:51 pm

    Neil sorry took me so long to say hey buddy. This is Butch Horner, me and Neil lived a life long before he joined the Army or anything he was involved in before the age of ,19. We hitch hiked out to California the fall of 1969 after making it to Woodstock later that year. We were both 16? that year. We got a place in Long Beach, somehow still remember the address. 555 Golden Ave. Couple blocks from the beach and stayed in contact with most back in OKC. Spent a lot of time back n forth to Bahah Mex that winter. There was a place back then called the Pike on the Beachfront back then. Walked in on Hendrix playing one note and shot up to LA and snuck in the Whisky Go Go one note when the DOORS were playing! Have a million stories like that I could share. Anyway surprised me you gone so long buddy. See ya Butch Horner.



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