Brice L. Freed

April 14, 1954 - March 21, 2020
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Brice L. Freed age 65, of Lima passed away Saturday, March 21, 2020 at Lima
Memorial. He was born April 15, 1954 in Lima, Ohio to the late Carol A.
Freed. He married Joyce A. Burleson who preceded him in death on June 29,
2018. Brice served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and was a
member of the Ohio military reserve, the Wapak V.F.W and served as
commander of the Roundhead V.F.W. He was an avid train enthusiast, a
collector of N Gage and HO Scale models and enjoyed genealogy. He was also
a dedicated Cleveland Browns Fan, enjoyed NASCAR, and was a big fan of Tony
Stewart. In years past, he played Santa Claus for fund raisers and was a
Free and Accepted Mason. He is survived by his family and friends.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date and memorial
contributions may be given to the Lima Rescue Mission. Online condolences
may be shared at BayliffAndSon.com

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Born: April 14, 1954
Died: March 21, 2020

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Shawna E Lewis posted on 3/29/20

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Shawna E Lewis posted on 3/29/20

My sweet sweet Brice. My heart will forever have a hole in it without your presence. You have enriched my life with laughter and love. I will cherish memories and the valiant effort you fought trying to get better. It was time for you to join GODS Army of which I know you will serve well. Please help watch over me and I hope to see you at Heavens gate. Give Jesus a hug doe me. Your cousin (sister) Shawna


Kat posted on 3/29/20

Our sincere condolences. Love and prayers for you and your family. Jeremy & Kathy Thompson


Jodi posted on 3/29/20

Very kind and sweet man. He lived down the road from my grandparents when I was a child. He always said hi to me and we had a chance to talk by crossing paths over the last few years. RIH


Shawna Lewis posted on 3/29/20

My dear and sweet sweet Brice. My life will forever have a hole in it without your presence. You added memories of times gone by and memories of your valiant fight to the end. I can never repay you for love and kindness. Your death as in life will forever leave an imprint on my soul. Jesus needed you to join his Army and I know you will serve him well. I look forward to seeing you at Heavens gate. Help watch over me until I get there I love you Your cousin Shawna