Condolences for Susie Freeman Woodle

Julia Freeman posted on 3/29/21

IN LOVING MEMORY of our Aunt Susie: Julia Freeman, daughter of James Nelson "Chief" Freeman and Esther Carlene Freeman, oldest niece to Susie Freeman Woodle whom had another deceased niece, Mary Catherine Freeman( named after Aunts Susie's grandmother) the James Nelson "Chief" Freeman Family: Carlene (wife) NIECES: Julia (daughter) Mary (daughter/deceased) Fran (duaghter) Great Niece and Nephews: Jared, Jameson, Joshua, Hannah, Kanyon, Great Great Neices and Nephews: Jaydon, Kholton, Emmaleah, Gabe, Riley, Meela, Tayen, Stacey

 

Carolyn Lee James posted on 3/29/21

Milton, I was very shocked and saddened when I read the newspaper of Susie’s passing. The Woodle and Freeman families have my deepest sympathy. Susie and I were long-time co-workers at N.C. State Ports Authority in Wilmington. She always had a beautiful smile and she was a very pleasant lady to work with. She always talked about her sister Millie, and her little nephew Ashley, whom she loved dearly. I remember the time when Susie, Marian, Lottie, and I would all carpool together to go to K & W Cafeteria during our lunch hour. Long after I left the Ports, Susie and I kept in contact. Also in our passing along the way, Susie was always asking about my Mother, and my sisters, Bunnie and Janice. She was a very caring person. After Janice and Susie would often times stop and talk along their way, Janice would come home to tell me that she saw Susie today. Then, I will never forget that day, about 9 1/2 years ago, when I was about to pull out of the hospital parking lot, Susie rode up beside me (on her way to visit her friend in the hospital); I rolled my window down and told her that Janice just passed away in the hospital. Susie said “what” in shock and disbelief. After I had arrived home, it wasn’t about twenty minutes when Susie came by our home to express her condolences to us. I am very thankful to have met Susie—a very kind and compassionate lady. Milton and Susie’s family - I pray that you will find peace and strength in knowing that Susie is now in Heaven in the Mighty Arms of our Jesus Savior Christ.

 

Marcy & Dugan Frazier posted on 3/28/21

Milton, we are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you, the family, and Sheldon along with Toni. May God Bless you all.

 

susie Ritter posted on 3/28/21

Millie, I want to be with you at this time but with covid I know I can not. I loved Susie as I love you. so many memories with you both. Please hug your mother and Joseph for me. Tell them they are in my heart and prayers. I love you all

 

 

bob stefanie snyder posted on 3/28/21

may you rest in peace we will miss you

 

Russell Edwin Cook posted on 3/27/21

I want to express m condolence to you and family. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

 

Susan Campbell posted on 3/27/21

Susie will be sorely missed by a lot of people including myself. She was always smiling and happy to be around people. Susie stepped up to the plate when Clara from Morganton, NC died before she could become Department President of the American Legion Auxiliary Department of NC. Susie was gracious enough to even say that she would honor all of Clara's appointments, thoughts and ideas for the year. No one else wanted to step up and say they would take the position for Clara, but Susie did. So that is how she and Milton were Department President and Department Commander in the same year. Milton and family, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow, but also know that she is in a better place now, out of suffering and pain. May the Lord wrap his loving arms around you all.

 

 

Michael posted on 3/27/21

Loving ❤ Aunt and friend always an open ear for me to talk to about life

 

Cindy Clifton posted on 3/26/21

Susie was also so sweet to me at Wilmington Health and whenever we went to the legion with my in-laws (James and Patsy Clifton). Prayers lifted up for her family.

 

Joyce Leitch Howell posted on 3/26/21

Joseph and Millie, I was sorry to learn of the passing of Susie. I don't know if you remember me. I lived in the same apartment complex on Jefferson Street many years ago.

 

Lotty Herring posted on 3/26/21

Susie was a very good friend to me. Her commitment to God, family, and friends is inspiring. I will miss her. May the family experience the love and comfort of God.

 

Suzanne Francis posted on 3/25/21

Milton & Ashley, I worked with Susie at Wilmington Health for several years and we stayed in touch after I moved back to Raleigh. We shared many laughs and I feel so fortunate to have known Susie. My heart goes out to you and your family.

 

Helen M.Faison posted on 3/25/21

You will be missed by your American Legion Auxiliary Family

 

 

Unit # 319 Auxiliary Clinton NC posted on 3/25/21

Our condolences to the families. We will certainly miss Susie

 

Elizabeth Hargett posted on 3/25/21

My sincere condolences to the Freeman and Woodle family. I'm happy to have met Susie and believe that she's now resting in the Presence of the Lord.

 

Darlene David posted on 3/25/21

Milton: Pat and I are so sorry for your loss. We worked with Susie at Singer Corp. many years ago and she was a dear friend to us. She always kept us laughing and I enjoyed visiting your home and talking Navy with you as I was in the Navy. Susie brought so much joy to everyone and I know that you will miss her in the days ahead but just know that she is fellowshiping with her precious family in heaven where there is no pain or sorrow. You will be in my prayers

 

American Legion Auxiliary Unit 59 (VP Cindy Godwin) posted on 3/25/21

Thank you for your service! Prayers for the family.

 

Governor and Brenda Locklear posted on 3/25/21

Sending our thoughts and prayers to you all. Susie was such a lovely person and always smiling. She certainly will be missed.

 

Theresa Weybrew posted on 3/25/21

Milton, I extend my prayers and condolences to you and Susie's family. I have many great memories to Susie's involvement in the ALA. she was the only person who ever took me for a ride in a corvette. I think it was orange.

 

 

Amanda Pearson posted on 3/25/21

My pray are with you and your family

 

Family of Martin Eddie and Magdline B. Jacobs posted on 3/25/21

Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during your loss. Praying our Lord and Savior wraps his loving arms around you all during your time of grief.

 

Edna F Walker posted on 3/25/21

To my long time friend MiltonWoodle, My heart was broken to have heard the loss of your love, Susie. It was through my parents that I met Susie and you. It was Susie who took me and Sarah to meet her parents. There I milked my first cow. Our families had cookouts, shared laughter and tears together. We have always loved you both. Susie had even insisted before my wedding to try my wedding gown on and stand on her stairs while she took pictures. We all cried. My sweet long time friend will surely be missed but never forgotten. Whit that said, to the Freeman families and Woodle families please accept Butch and my deepest condolences.We are praying for all of you. Love Nanny

 

Sarah Hall posted on 3/25/21

Praying for Milton and Susie’s family. I have fond memories with Susie and her family on the farm. I think that was my first and only time milking a cow!

 

Billy Futch posted on 3/24/21

Susie was a great friend and very special to the whole Futch family. She will truly be missed. Our prayers are with you Milton and all the family.

 

 

Durina Keefer posted on 3/24/21

I'm so very sorry for your loss, God bless you all, sending prayers and hugs

 

 

Rose Knoche posted on 3/24/21

So sorry for your loss...a great lady who will be missed

 

Toni posted on 3/24/21

Susie was loved by so many. Her beautiful smile and kind spirit will be missed. In the arms of angels now. Love and prayers to her family

 

 

Sue Patrick posted on 3/24/21

For a sweet soul who is already in heaven

 

Sue Patrick posted on 3/24/21

Milton so sorry to hear about Susie, I did not know she was so ill. She will be missed by all. Seems like she was always doing something to help others. Her and Hezzie were close growing up, not just cousins but good friends. She will be remembered by all who knew her. Hezzie and Sue Patrick.

 

Lee, Mike, Kevin and Neil Reynolds posted on 3/24/21

We are truly sorry to hear of Suzie's passing. She was an amazing woman. Always willing to do anything for anyone. Her energy and enthusiasm was contagious. The world is a lesser place without her