Martha Freeman

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SAN ANGELO - Martha Bearden Conway Freeman, 88 of San Angelo, died June 18, 2017, after a long illness. She was born to Alton and Ellie Bearden in Waxahachie, on June 2, 1929. She married Byron Conway in Big Spring on Oct. 7, 1950. Their daughter, Brenda was born Nov. 1953 and by Dec. 1956 another daughter Nancy was born. They were married 25 years until his death in 1975. Two years later a friend, Ann Hackett introduced her to a preacher named Clyde Freeman who had lost his wife, Billie, to a battle with cancer. The two married Oct. 3, 1977, and spent the last 39 years loving each other dearly. She spent many years as a church secretary for the congregation at 11th & Birdwell church of Christ in Big Spring. She was a loving and caring woman who spent years teaching so many souls young and old about the Lord Jesus. She left a legacy of teaching others about Jesus, from her family to church members, underprivileged children, and prison inmates through World Bible School lessons, her love for God's word was so evident. She is survived by her husband Clyde Freeman of San Angelo; daughters Brenda Mims and husband Rickey of Stanton and Nancy McKee and husband Donald Jr. of San Angelo; stepdaughter Louise Evans and husband Rick of Tuttle, OK,; stepson Mark Freeman and his wife Robin of Katy; grandchildren and great-grandchildren Rawley, Kari, Reese and Jace Mims of Summerlin, Nevada; Lindsey, Luke, Noah, Asher, and Hope Glavan of Blanchard, OK; Marti Kay, Bryan, Braxie, Brylie, and Bristal Albus of Sundown, Monica, Jake, Hunter, and Hallie Elrod of New Braunfels, Jennifer, Adam, and Tucker Weiss of Tuttle, OK, Meagan, Casey, Charleigh and Chace Ellison, of Frisco, Ashley, Josh, Addison, Levi and Kinsley of Blanchard, OK, Mandy, Josh, Jackson, and Ellie Wheeler of Lubbock, Jessica, Chase, Grayson, and Caleb Thomas of Tuttle, OK Josh Freeman and wife Lauren of Austin, Lauren Freeman of Houston, and Morgan Freeman of Katy. Preceeded in death by her stepdaughter Jane Freeman, of Dell City, OK and all of her siblings and parents. Services were June 20 at 9th and Main Church of Christ, San Angelo, and a graveside service followed at Trinity Memorial Park in, Big Spring.

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