Delano L. Freeman

Brainerd, Minnesota

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Grandpa Del or BIG Grandpa. We miss you so much. It is hard to be without you. Your grand kids will always remember the times we had with you. You were a huge part of our lives growing up. Camping, telling dirty jokes by the campfire, taking us out to eat, and babysitting us, you scared us to death by turning off all the lights chasing us and jumping out at us with a flashlight to your face and your teeth hanging out of your mouth. Those moments and many more will be missed. We miss you and...

a picture of you on my wedding day when you walked me down the aisle

I think about you every day I was blessed to have had you in my life I enjoyed going to the boxing matches with you and watching them on tv also watching ice road trucker with your great nephew Tim Freeman in the show I learned a lot about you like your favorite rugby team Australia Wallabies that you were a big Vikings fan loved fishing I know one of your favorite places to go was Disney World you liked playing cards, cibbage poker going to the casino where you and mom met you got married to...

I believe we figured out a date for Dels Memorial Service Sunday March 24 ,2013 not exactly sure of time yet but I believe there will be another obituary posted It will be at the Vets Club on 169 North in Onamia MN If anyone wants to contact me My phone number is 651-442-1766

It's been 2 weeks today and I've been thinking a lot about you how kind ,generous funny charming and cute I'm so glad you and my mom met you had so much in common you both were married and windowed you both had sons taken way to soon I'm glad you had each other so you would not be lonely on this leg of your journey miss you Del Rest in peace

I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers go out to the whole family!

I met Del 2 times. To all family members you all have my thoughts and prayers for your loss.
Geno Larson

Wendi and I send our sympathy to the family,Wendi Freeman Barnes and Janice Walburg

Ok this is my third comment, but I thought of this today. Uncle Del is gone from this Earthwalk, but he's still with us. What I hope from the deepest part of my heart, is that he is reunited with his oldest son, Delly Jr, and with Aunt Shirley. I never met Donna, but she has my sincerest condolences. We don't know exactly how our lives are like when we pass, but I think the love, memories, and family and friends keep those we lose people physically but they still live in our hearts. ...

We were so sorry to hear about Del's passing. You could tell just by a first meeting that he and Donna were so in love. We know by faith that he now rests peacefully and pain free in the loving arms of Jesus. We hope that all of your fond memories and loving times with Del are a comfort at this very sad time. Our sincere sympathies to Donna and to all family and friends of Del. Mike Biglow and Family


Delano's Obituaries

Delano Freeman passed away in Brainerd, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on January 7, 2013, and Star Tribune on March 10, 2013.