Dear Greg and family:
So, so sorry to know about the departure of your Mom....
May the Lord give you all strength.
Juliana Hirsch de Orwin
Mrs. Freda Edblom was Greg's Mom. Greg is one of my best friends in this world. I met Freda a couple times, those were very special times to me, the first time I was with my entire family, the second time was when I visited Greg's Grand Ma. I am glad I had a chance to meet her.
As an ex-neighbor, I will always remember Freda as a lovely woman who served as a foundation of the neighborhood. She was a genuinely classy person, always with a friendly word and interested in others. It doesn't seem so long ago that Phil was there, along with my mother. My thoughts are with you, Greg.
Freda was a true friend and traveling companion. We will miss our weekly coffee sessions.
We are saddened to hear of my cousin Freda's early passing. Ron and I have many years of memories of family gatherings, trips to the Oregon coast and weekends at their home. Such a great family. Memories we will cherish.
I am saddened to hear of Freda passing away. I grew up next door and was always hanging out with the Edblom family. They were kind enough to include me in many family outings etc. Freda was like a second Mom to me and I do cherish the memories. What a lucky kid I was to have been allowed to be such a part of the Edblom family. My life is richer because of Freda and the entire Edblom family,thank you.
Many fond memories of your Mom's smiling face and welcoming nature to all of the neighborhood 'kids'. My Mom, Catherine Kaba, especially enjoyed her many coffee visits with Freda and commented on this just before her passing , a few days before your Mom's. Such a nice neighbor. May you have wonderful memories to keep ! The Kaba's on 29th/Lincoln St , Lynn
Freda, I will miss your beautiful smiling cherubic face in the neighborhood and our many conversations these past 27 years. What a lovely written piece about your life!