Elizabeth Freeman was born August 3,1974 in Haskell, Texas to the late Dorothy Williams and Ozzie Barnes Sr. She attended Austin Middle School, graduated from Tascosa High School in 1992 and continued her education with Strayer University where she would have graduated with her Business Management Degree in 2022.
She met the love of her life in 2017 and they married on February 14th, 2018. She will be remembered as a dedicated wife, mother, sister, auntie, and Paparazzi Diva that she enjoyed doing. She fulfilled her dream of owning her own businesses “Bling Accessories” in 2018 and Freeman Janitorial in 2021. She enjoyed family, friends, church family, loved exploring different types of foods and traveling. She accepted Christian at an early age, continued her spiritual teaching at St. John Baptist Church, Amarillo, Texas where she was active in Sunday School, served on the Greeters Ministry and loved the Lord with all her heart.
She proceeded in death by her parents Dorothy Williams and Ozzie Barnes Sr., and five siblings: Zelder Barnes, Charlene Ivory, Ehriem Owens, Erma Williams.
She leaves to cherish many wonderful memories, her husband: Dannelle “Dee” Freeman; mother/auntie Mary Nell Welch “Aunt Nell”; six daughters: Julisea Anderson of Amarillo, Texas, Chasity Criner of Monroe, Louisiana, Deo’Nesa Hotchiags and Ayeasha Freeman of Macon, Georgia, Princess Freeman-Warner of Robbins, Georgia; four sons: Romarno Robinson, Dannelle Freeman, Jr, Jonoahus West, Quashawn Whisby all of Macon, Georgia; 7 grandchildren; three brothers: Ozzie Jr. (Beverly) Barnes, James Williams Sr. both of Amarillo, Texas, Anthony Owens of Denver and four sisters: Stephanie Barnes of Dallas, Texas, Annie Mae Barnes, Tonya (Tracey Sr) Matthews and Rivetta Brenger all of Amarillo, Texas. She will be missed by a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins, and an untold number of friends.
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