Charles Robert Freeman
December 2, 1950  -  August 9, 2018

Charles Robert Freeman

Funeral Service
Geeslin Chapel
209 W. Sul Ross Ave.
Alpine, TX  79830
Thursday, August 16, 2018
11:00 A.M.
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I served in the Army.

Charles Robert Freeman, 67, of Presidio, passed away at Reeves County Hospital in Pecos, Texas on Thursday, August 9, 2018.

A full Military Memorial service was held Thursday, August 16 at the Alpine Memorial Geeslin Chapel. Joe Greer Denham III was the Service Celebrant.

Mr. Freeman was born in Marysville, California on December 2, 1950 to Fred Arthur Freeman Jr. and LuAnne Spencer Freeman.

He was a self-employed mechanic. He was a man with a big heart. He loved his family and friends. He was a man that you could always count on for a helping hand. Charles loved being in the great outdoors.

He spent over 20 years in the Air Force, Army and Marines. He was a highly-decorated combat soldier. He faithfully served his country during the Vietnam War, Iraq and Panama Conflict. His life was all about serving others.

He is survived by his mother, LuAnne S. Freeman; his daughters, June F. (Robert) Anderson, Luanne F. (Braden) Carlton, and Amy Elizabeth Trower; his son, Somchat Freeman Davis; his sisters, June Rain (Jerry Dodd) and Patti (Allen) Bernhardt; and his brother, Fred A. Freeman, III. He also leaves behind six grandchildren, Mary Blackman, Trae Trower, Hadyn Trower, Braden Thai Carlton, Aidan Anderson, Jordan Dantzler, and his significant other, Lupita Guangorena Ruiz.

Alpine Memorial Funeral Home was entrusted with his services. Online condolence may be made at


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  1. Warren Welstead (Ex Royal Air Force)
    Marlow. Buckinghanshire.,

    I'm proud to say you were my friend and work colleague. Rest in peace Chuck.

  2. Glendan Dantzler
    Harleyville, SC

    Rest in Peace my dear friend. You will truly be missed.

  3. Peter Sheremeta
    Loudonville, NY

    Rest in Peace Brother

  4. LuAnne Spencer Freeman- Mother
    Cora, WY

    May you Rest In Peace, my dearest son. Please tell Dad Hi.

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