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Lyndian “Lynn” Marie Freeman, age 66, was called home by the Lord on January 7th, 2018, in Neenah, Wisconsin.
She was born in New London on April 27th, 1951, to the late Edward (Tony) and Deloris Freeman.
Lyndian is survived by her children: Tony Riley, Milwaukee, WI; Jennifer Riley (Dean), Waupaca, WI; and Brian Wisneski, WI. She is also survived by her 5 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren who called her “Grandmere”.
Lyndian’s surviving 9 siblings are: Sue Hess (Dave) Anchorage, AK; Major Freeman (Cookie), Seattle, WA; Chip Freeman, Anchorage, AK; Malia Lowney (Steve), Freedom, WI; Eric Freeman, Manawa, WI; Ellen Sellin (Tim); Julie Lind (Terry), Manawa, WI; Bonnie Buchholz (Tom), Englewood, CO; and Joe Freeman (Judy), Parker, SD. In addition, she is survived by numerous nieces and nephews who will miss her dearly.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Edward and Deloris Freeman, and her oldest brother, Terry Freeman.
A celebration of life for Lyndian will be held on Saturday, January 20th, 2018 at 11:00 AM at the Cline-Hanson-Dahlke Funeral Home in Manawa. Rev. Larry Bong will officiate. A visitation will be held on Friday, January 19th, at the funeral home from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until the time of the service.
Lyndian found her love for nature’s creatures and her faith. She enjoyed the simple things in life. Her greatest attribute was her love for all God’s creatures.
Some of the highlights in her life included journeying to Alaska in April of 1979. She resided in Anchorage, Alaska where her hard work ethic was noticed when she was made Waitress of the Year. She received an award from Governor Tony Knowles for this accomplishment. She also was proud to have worked in the theatre in wardrobe on Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Nut Cracker Etc.
She lived in Alaska for 30 years before moving back to Wisconsin in 2009 to be with her ailing mother.
As some people come into our lives and quickly go. We'll never forget the day the angels came to bring her home. We will always love you, Lyndian.<iframe id="tukios_player_512x330" allowfullscreen="true" allowtransparency="true" frameborder="0" height="330" scrolling="no" src="https://www.tributeslides.com/videos/embedded_video/PS8X58KW4WK56BRP" width="512"></iframe>
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