Freeda Nell Crozier
Freeda Nell Crozier died on Christmas Eve 2015 at the age of 83. She is preceded in death by her sons; Timothy Danna & David Brandon. Sister: Vivianne Moore. Survivors include, son; Tom Crozier. daughters; Terri Potter and Theresa Higgins. Grandchildren; Tonya Richards, Alicia Byars, Stephanie Beasley, Brandon Blakey, David Brandon, Paige Gossett and Jennifer. Great grandchildren; T.J., Makayla, Kaylee, Camron and Landon. Funeral service will be at 2:00 P.MM. on Tuesday December 29, 2015 at Patterson-Forest Grove Funeral Home. A time of visitation will be one hour prior to the service. Burial Will follow at Forest Grove Memorial Gardens..
I will be forever grateful for all you did for me growing up. You were my 'safe place'. I will make sure that your legacy is carried on with the beauty and grace that you always possessed. Now you can finally rest and be with Granny and your sons. I love you
You were always special and will continue to be in my thoughts. Granny must be happy to have her baby girl with her now. You can now be at rest and not suffering any more. You are still the beautiful lady you always were. Love you.
Nana I will forever remember you laugh and hugs and all the good times we had dancing in the living room. You always believed in me and taught me how to be a lady, even tho sometimes I was your heathen grandchild. Between myself and the cousins we will make sure your legacy lives on. I know that you are sitting right now talking to Grandmother Jackie laughing and cutting a rug. I love you and will miss you so much. The Lord has truly called an ANGEL home. I love you Nana.
Went to Christmas Eve Service tonight. Thought about your beautiful voice and how you used to sing at the piano as Granny played.
Vickie Ryder Levy
Aunt Freeda, you were one of two girls in a large family of mostly boys. You were my mother's sister and my only Aunt. What a wonderful example of a lady you were to me and your daughters and graddaughters. You had a very tough life but always carried yourself with pride, beauty and grace. You had to work hard because so many depended on you and your work ethic was a great example to us girls. You were a friend to me, always, especially in my difficult teen age years. I loved it when you danced with me and my friends. I was proud of my beautiful Aunt Freeda! You always loved babies and music. I can hear your sweet voice now, in the presence of both. You went with the Lord on Christmas Eve, and it's ironic because my most beautiful childhood memories of Christmas time, was at Granny's house standing around her piano and singing carols along with you and the rest of our family.I believe those were some of your happiest memories, too. You had a voice like an Angel. And now, I celebrate your life! Not only are you finally free from suffering, but you left just in time for Christmas! I know you will be singing, accompanied by the Angels forever and I am happy for you and rejoice with you!
I extend my heartfelt sympathy to the Crozier family. May those precious memories of your dear loved one Freeda be foremost in your hearts and minds along with this wonderful promise that Jesus made at John 5:28,29. Again, my sincere condolences. For more encouragement please visit the website JW.ORG.
Will always remember summers at your home in Georgia; great memories in my childhood at your home Aunt Freeda... I know all of us kids drove you crazy.... Smiling... Sweet times.... Always