The sun set on September 3, 2021, for Luanne Freeman Pinkney. She was 81 years old. Some people only walk this earth a short time. Their departure reminds us that angels are watching over us. Last week, Luanna Freeman Pinkney joined her heavenly family and gained her wings.
Luanne was a compassionate spirit whose passion was caring for others. No matter how she was feeling, she always found time to share a smile with whomever she talked to. She played the role of mother and father in a time when that wasn't common. Despite these struggles, she always provided a loving and warm home for her children. There are no words that can fully describe how wonderful, loving, and spiritual Luanne was. She will be greatly missed, but always remembered.
She leaves to cherish her memories: two daughters, Linda Brooks of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and Deneane O'Cain of Mobile, AL; six sons, Willie E. Freeman, John Pinkney, Theophalis Pinkney, and Charles T. Pinkney, all of Jacksonville, FL, and Glenn A. Pinkney of Nashville, TN; sisters, Bell Josephine Eady of Swainsboro, GA, Annie Coleman of Temple Hill, MD, Bertha (James) Mincey, Elder Betty Key, and Wilma Stelle, all of Jacksonville, FL, Mae Bell (Freddy) Wadley and Mary (Willie) Allen, both of Swainsboro, GA; brothers, Elder Eligha Freeman of Jacksonville, FL, Chief Apostle Charlie (Barbara) Freeman of Titusville, FL, Elder Rufus (Nora) Freeman of Daytona Beach, FL, and Bishop Willie (Wanda) Freeman of Swainsboro, GA; and grandchildren, other relatives, and friends.
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