Freeman, Maureen

Maureen, 75 years, beloved wife of George Freeman, mother of Scott and Bonnie. Maureen passed away suddenly at her residence in Hartney, Manitoba, on Sunday, February 26, 2023. Funeral service was held at the Centennial Centre, Hartney on Saturday, March 11, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. Private interment in the Riverside Cemetery, Hartney. In memory of Maureen, donations may be made to the Hart-Cam Museum c/o Municipality of Grassland Box 399 Hartney, Manitoba R0M 0X0.

28 thoughts on “Freeman, Maureen”

  1. Maureen was a great friend and we have wonderful memories and some of the crazy things we did together. Our deepest condolences to you all…she will be missed.

  2. George, Scott and Bonnie , my thoughts and prayers are with you as you go threw this difficult time, cherish all the memories and hold them close to your heart

  3. May you rest in peace Maureen. Our friendship goes back to 1975. You and George were kind enough to let us rent the house on the farm. We had many fond memories there with both you and George. Our kids and yours have been life long friends too. Our trips to weddings, curling in Killarney and many other social events will always be treasured . You fought a courageous battle with your life long partner at your side. Your kids and grandkids will have many memories to cherish. May you forever be our guardian angel from heaven. We will miss you and treasure our time together .

  4. George and family. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of you all.

  5. George, Scott, Bonnie and families. Our sincere condolences. Thinking of you ❤️ Mac and Betty Draper

  6. My condolences to you and your family George. May your cherished memories comfort you. It was an honour to know Maureen, she will be missed.

  7. George, Scott, Bonnie and families – we were sorry to learn of your loss. Maureen was a very special person , keep her memories close to your hearts as she will always be with you. Please accept our sincerest condolences.

  8. George and family. So sorry for your loss. Great visits and evening fires at the lake with you and Maureen . R.I.P.

  9. George and Family
    We were so sorry to hear of your loss. Hopefully in time you will remember all the good times you had and smile again.

  10. George and family. I was shocked to read about Maureen this morning. I remember a lot of good times with the Freemans. Your never prepared for something like this. I’ll be thinking about you. Take care George.

  11. We are so sorry to hear of Maureen’s passing. Thinking of you all.

  12. Sincere sympathy to George, Scott and Bonnie and families. Wayne and I have special memories of fun times with you folks.

  13. George & Family, our sincere sympathy on Maureen’ s passing. Murray & Marcia Rankin

  14. George and family We are so sorry to hear about Maureen. You guys were her everything, she was always so excited to see you and have you home to visit!! We are thinking of you with sympathy, you will miss her so much!! Cyril and Kate Druwe

  15. Maureen & I were best friends growing up & I have lots of fond memories of those times. Even though we did not see each other very much as adults she was often in my thoughts. Condolences to George Scott & Bonnie. RIP my friend.

  16. Sending condolences to you, George, the kids & families from all of Roy’s family.
    Maureen will be missed.

  17. I was so sorry to hear of Maureen’s passing
    Maureen and I grew up together in Elmwood and were best friends all through school we had many fun times together Maureen was my maid of honor at my wedding
    My thoughts and prayers go out to George and Scott and Bonnie

  18. George my condolences to you and family ! Having kown both you forever it was with shock and great sadness when I saw that Maureen had passed, such a great lady. Cherish your memories my friend they will help you through this time of sorrow.

  19. George our deepest sympathy and have been thinking and praying these past almost 2 weeks for you all. We are sorry we couldn’t plan on coming and now the weather……good we are home. Our biggest hugs at this most difficult time of your lives.

  20. Our deepest condolences to you all during this difficult time. Unfortunately the storm kept me from making it to Hartney for the funeral, but I was thinking of you all. Auntie Maureen will be dearly missed. I will always remember her laugh! Hugs to everyone!❤️

  21. My thoughts and prayers are with you George , Bonnie ,Scott and families. I must tell you all what a pleasure it was when I met Maureen at the lake ! We became fast friends and enjoyed many laughs around the bonfire at night. She enjoyed singing to Beatles songs , and even roasting marshmallows , to which we would giggle at how sticky of a situation we had gotten ourselves into. She was a beautiful person and she will be missed.

  22. I just found out by accident on my computer and I’m so sorry. I first met Maureen on the Tom and Muriel Turner family farm while visiting cousin Calvin, cousin Linda and Maureen from Winnipeg who also loved enjoying holidays there and visited Linda. Those visits started around 1960 and they were the best times of my life! Cleaning sh*t from the barn, driving a tractor, chub fishing in the creek, selling gopher tails to the municipal office to buy more shells to go out and do it again, plucking eggs and later plucking chickens. All of my great memories however, pale in comparison to those of a cousin! I can still remember the holiday day that cousin George showed up, and not being too bright, I was curious why he hadn’t come to visit Calvin and I; but instead favoured Maureen, a ‘girl’, for some reason beyond me back then. I did , however, eventually figure out why he wasn’t playing with Calvin and I at the great gopher pasture at the Turner home farm. I realized after a time that they were the perfect pair, but in retrospect; I should have seen it coming on that first visit when they both knew what was coming. They clearly had an eye for each other from day one! I just learned more here about your life and extensive travels and family and have great admiration for all that you two have accomplished together. Again; so, so sorry George, Freda and family.

  23. Thinking of you, Bonnie and family. So sorry to hear of your Mom’s sudden passing. Sending prayers & hugs. Take care. Sincerely, Patti Anderson.

  24. My deepest sympathies to you George and your family with the loss of Maureen. Your many memories will keep her close!

  25. Our deepest sympathies George, Bonnie , Scot and families She will be missed by everyone

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