Carole H. Freeman Homemaker


Carole Harden Freeman, a former Baltimore homemaker, died last Sunday at her daughter's home in Wilmington, Del., after a long illness.

Mrs. Freeman, who was 77 and lived at a retirement home in Greenville, Del., worked as a volunteer at Longwood Gardens and Winterthur. She was also a member of the Wilmington Country Club.

Born in Baltimore, she was a 1930 graduate of Eastern High School. She attended the Martinette School of Art and was also a model.

Her husband, Alfred Freeman, was director of marketing for the carpet division of Du Pont in Wilmington before his death in 1979.

She is survived by two daughters, Priscilla Randolph Dugdale of Wilmington and Lynne Martin Chambers of Bryn Mawr, Pa.; two stepsons, Alfred Freeman Jr. of Wilmington and John Freeman of Boston; a brother, Thomas M. Boyd of Baltimore, and nine grandchildren.

Services for Mrs. Freeman were held Wednesday at Christ Episcopal Church in Greenville.

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