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© Crisswell Funeral Home
Florence ImoJean (Hodges) Flowers Freeman
April 9, 1930 - December 25, 2016
© Criswell Funeral Home
Submitted by: Sandy Bain


Florence ImoJean (Flowers) Freeman of Ada, OK passed from this life to her eternal life December 25, 2016 with family at her side. Family visitation is from 5:00 Ė 6:00 Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at Criswell Funeral Home. Family will receive friends from 6:00 -7:00. Graveside services will be at 10:00 Wednesday, December 28, 2016 at Highland Cemetery, Stonewall. Services will be officiated by Jimmie Freeman of Holdenville. Jean requested son-in-law, Lee Glaze to sing and play Beulah Land. Pall bearers are great grandsons, Will Cantrell, Jake Cantrell and Adryun Hodge as well as other family members, Aaron Cantrell, Casey Gentry and Bobby Magar.

Jean was born in Sasakwa, OK to Luther Hodges and Earl (Jones) Hodges on April 9, 1930. She married Johnnie M. Flowers on December 20, 1945. To this union three children were born. Johnnie went to be with the Lord January 13, 1983. She later married Charles (Sonny) Freeman in 1985. She lived in Nowata then Holdenville before moving back to Ada.

Jean accepted the Lord at the Ahloso Baptist Church in 1962 along with her husband Johnnie, son Mike, nephew Jimmy Magar who she loved and had so much fun with.

Jean was preceded in death by parents, Luther and Earl Hodges; husband, Johnnie Flowers; and sister, Louise Hensley. She is survived by her husband, Charles Freeman of Ada; son, Mike Flowers, Ada; daughter-in-law, Debbie who cared for her as she would have her own mother; two daughters, Gloria Jackson (Ken), Tryon, OK and Ellen Glaze (Lee) Drexel, MO; step-daughter, Teresa Jackson (Jimmy), Nowata; two step-sons, John D. Flowers (Mary), Stratford and Kenneth Freeman (Karen), Nowata; brother, Monroe Hodges (Dusty), Ada; sister, Joyce Brown, Oklahoma City; four grandchildren, Michael Morgan, Jamie Newton, Carrie Hodges and Candice Cantrell; nine great-grandchildren; several step-grand and great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews and very special friends, Curtis and Ann Ross.

Jean was known for the love and care of anyone needing a place to stay or a meal to eat. She was a very good cook and could make a meal when it appeared there was nothing to make a meal from. Jean loved music whether it was listening or dancing. She loved God first and foremost. Jean was fun loving, loved people and was a prayer warrior. She was a thoughtful and considerate loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister and aunt. Jean was a home provider in the Ada area, Avon lady in the Fittstown area as well as a cook at Ahloso School.

During Jeanís last days there were some special angels who prayed and helped comfort her. These people were her children and their spouses as well as Jimmie Gentry, Casey and Deidre Gentry and hospice caregivers Neidre and Crystal.

Jean will be missed by all who knew and loved her.


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