Freeman Shave

Obituary of Freeman Shave

December 23, 1950 - June 9,2018, Shave, Freeman Eric, age 67, passed peacefully away at the Placentia Health Centre, after fighting a long and couragous battle with CIDP,  surrounded by his family on June 9, 2018. Leaving to mourn; his wife Genevieve, daughter Cheryl (Sheldon); son Terry (Dawne); cherished grandchildren Luke, Brooklyn, Madison and Abigail, father Eric; brother Quinton, brother-in-law Walter Fleming (Nancy), sisters-in-law Gladys King and Effie Shave; and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by; daughter Shelly, mother Anne, sister Judy, brother Gentry, sisters-in law Mary Fleming and Grace Shave, parents-in-law Walter and Madonna Fleming. Freeman was a loving husband to his wife Genevieve of 44 years. He was a devoted member of the Catholic Church and was incredibly committed to his faith. He had a large circle of close relatives and friends. He was an important part of the Dunville and Denny’s Pond communities. Freeman worked tirelessly to give his family the best opportunities he could provide, from long hours at the grocery store, to working as electrician in Long Harbour and off shore on the Hibernia Oil Platform. He treated his employees as family and always had a kind word to say as he greeted people in the family grocery stores. In 2013 Freeman and Genevieve discovered their dream getaway at their Cottage on Denny’s pond. The majority of their time over the last few years has been spent entertaining, sitting by the pond and relaxing in the sunroom with family and friends. He will be remembered for his kindness, generous ways and pride in his children and grandchildren. Visitation will be held at Coombs Funeral Home in Placentia on June 11th and 12th from 2-9pm. and on Wednesday June 13 visitation will begin at 11:00 a.m. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Anne’s Church in Dunville on June 13th at 2:00pm, interment to follow at Coombs Memorial Cemetery, South East, following by tea and coffee at the Multi Purpose Room, St. Anne’s Church, Dunville, all are welcome. Donations to Daffodil Place in his memory or flowers are gratefully accepted