Marjorie Rose Freeman (nee Winsor)

October 10, 1916 to December 23, 2016


Freeman, Marjorie Rose (nee Winsor) – Passed peacefully away at her Kenny’s Pond Retirement Residence December 23, 2016, Marjorie Rose Freeman (nee Winsor), in her 100th year.  Predeceased by parents Herbert (1962) and Bertha (nee Best) (1994), husband Francis (2001), brothers Frank (1940), Robert (2009), sister Violet (1996), and grandson Daniel (2003). Leaving with fond memories of her life, son Geoffrey (Mary); grandson Jamie; sister, Ruth Sparkman; uncle, Ralph Best; cousin, Velma Davis; and numerous other cousins, nieces and nephews. She enjoyed a special bond with young Ms. Holley Skinner for which the family is very grateful. Marjorie was a retired teacher, of Vanier and Dawson Elementary Schools in St. John’s. It was a profession which she enjoyed very much. Cremation has taken place. At Marjorie’s request, a private funeral will take place at a later date. In lieu of cards or flowers please consider a donation to Muscular Dystrophy Canada. Marjorie was also a very longtime supporter of the SPCA. There are many ways to advance their cause. Please consider how you can take part. To send a message of condolence or sign the memorial guest book, please visit



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Thinking of Mrs. Freeman, her son Geoff and family today on the anniversary of her passing. I think about her everyday with fond and loving memories.

My sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one.
It is never easy to lose a loved one.
The bible can offer comfort at this time.
Revelation 21:3,4 says, “God…will wipe all tears from their eyes, and there will be more death, suffering, crying, or pain.
I hope this helps in some way.
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Geoff & Family,
Aunt Marge was a very important person in my young life, she always made sure our ears were clean. And that still brings a smile.
Bev and I will miss our visits with her. She always had an interesting story or opinion. Time spent with Aunt Marge was entertaining and enjoyable.

Geoff, Mary & Jamie,
We were so sorry to hear about your loss. You are all in our thoughts at this difficult time. We hope to see you soon.

Geoff and Mary So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Our Mom loved your Mother and your Aunt Vi and we always enjoyed a little visit with your Mom.
Margie & Joss ( Cobb ) Snow

To Geoff and family, sorry to here of aunt Marjorie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers will be with you.

Very sorry to hear about the loss of Mrs. Freeman, she was always a wonderful soul to have around Kenny’s Pond. She will be dearly missed.

Modest in size but so large in personality, Aunt Marjorie always spoke her mind and opened her heart. She will be remembered very fondly.

Jeff and family, sorry to hear of your mothers passing.