Freddie Mae Washington

Nacodoches, Texas

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May God be with your family. it is a joy to be able to have touched a life like this. It is a true inspiration.
Billy H. Daniel, Sr.
Funeral Director
Hicks Mortuary, Center, Tx.

Mrs. Washington was a very kind-hearted but firm businesswoman. The attention and professional service she extended to the Fuller, Carter and Alexander families over the decades will always be appreciated. Our hope is that this legacy of remarkable service continues for the Henderson community.

May the grace of God, be with Virginia Sue and family. God is a healer and a heart fixer, and by his grace and mercy, you all will be fine. Just look to the hills, from whence cometh your help. You have an angel, looking over you, and protecting you.

May happy memories carry the Washington Family through this sorrowful time. Freddie you were truly loved and may you rest in peace. (The Woodie Fields Family).

When the Lord calls our loved ones home, he leaves a gift of memories in exchange. Freddie Mae you will be deeply missed and thank you for all of your support during our time of sorrow.

I've known Ms. Mae for a short time but she was a great woman, she will be greatly missed.

I am Sara Johnsons 1st Great Grand Daughter and I loved Freddie Mae. She will be dearly missed.

We truly will miss you,friend.
The Juanita Hamilton Family
Overton, Texas



Freddie's Obituaries

Freddie Mae Washington was one of Henderson's most successful black business women. She was truly a self-made woman. But she was also a mother, grandmother, comforter, confidant and a role model. Born on Oct. 1, 1932, in Henderson, Texas, to the late Fred and Hannah Brown, Freddie experienced the...

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