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Paula Faye Freeman

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POQUOSON - Paula Faye Freeman, a native of Poquoson, lost her two year battle with cancer at Riverside Regional Medical Center on April 5, 2014, four days after her 71st birthday. She was preceded in death by her parents, Herbert and Helen Richardson Freeman, and two brothers, William Herbert "Dickie" Freeman and Francis Scott Freeman. She is survived by her sister, Emma Louise Holloway; her nieces and nephew, Jean C. "JC" Holloway, Rita Louise Mosser, Sherry Holloway Holder & husband Tony, Kathie Faye McBride and husband Larry, Delores Freeman Tharpe, and William Herbert Freeman; numerous great-nieces/nephews, and cousins on both sides of the Chesapeake Bay; and her extended family. Paula began her work career at Newport News Shipbuilding and soon relocated to take a position at the Cape Charles Air Force Station on Virginia's Eastern Shore. When the military closed the Air Force station, Paula started working at Bay Shore Concrete on the Eastern Shore until she retired there in 2005, and then moved back to Poquoson to be near her family. She was an avid sports enthusiast and enjoyed playing softball in her younger years. Her true passion, though, was watching the Washington Redskins. A die-hard Redskins fan, regardless of whether they won or lost, she would always say "Hail to the Redskins". Family and friends will gather to celebrate Paula's life on Monday, April 7, 2014, 4 - 6:00 pm at Claytor Rollins Funeral Home, 836 Poquoson Ave, Poquoson. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: P.A.W.S, P.O. Box 2204, Poquoson, VA, 23662. Online condolences to claytorrollins.com . "Paula was a true friend to all who knew her; she was strong and courageous to the very end. She will be sadly missed and fondly remembered forever."
Published in Daily Press on Apr. 6, 2014
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