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Esther Ruth FreedPassing: October 6, 2013

Service:

Mitchell Cemetery

Graveside Service

Wednesday, October 9th @12:30 pm

Visitation:

No Visitation

Cemetery:

Mitchell Cemetery

Wednesday, October 9th at 12:30 pm

MITCHELL — Esther Ruth Freed, 75, passed away at 4:45 p.m. Sunday, October 6, 2013, at Indiana University Health Bedford Hospital.

Born October 25, 1937, in Lee County, Virginia, she was the daughter of Cecil Neal and Cornia Irene (Hopkins) Ball.  She married Charles F. Freed June 5, 1955.

She was a homemaker and attended Grace Bible Church.

Surviving:     husband, Charles F. Freed, Mitchell
                    children, Charles David Freed, Mitchell
                                  Theresa Ann Tincher, Mitchell
                                  Debbie Lynn (Billy) Hall, Lawrenceport
                                  Jackie Neal Freed, Bedford
                                  Bobby Gene Freed, Mitchell
                                  6 grandchildren
                                15 great grandchildren
                   brothers, James Ball, Kokomo
                                 Alan Ball, Bloomington

She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Gloria Kay Snow and Golden Cottengaim; and brothers, Tony Ball and Lester Ball.

Graveside service will be at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 9, at Mitchell Cemetery with Pastor Dave Mikulsky officiating.

There will be no visitation at Chastain Funeral Home & Cremation Center.

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  1. Guest: Henderson | Bedford, IN
    Date: October 8, 2013
    Theresa, Debbie, Angie and family, Know you are in our thoughts. Love Steve, Meranda and Kaya Dulcie and Jonus
  2. Guest: Janice and Rick Ramey | Mitchell, Indiana
    Date: October 8, 2013
    Our prayers go out to all the family at this time of your great loss. May you have faith and always share the good times you had with her. We will always remember the day they moved into the home they currently shared. Those were happy times and they were such great people. May God Bless All of You.