In Loving Memory Of Andrew Freeman


Aug. 11, 1983 - Dec. 28, 2020

  • In Loving Memory Of Andrew Freeman
    In Loving Memory Of Andrew Freeman

Andrew Freeman, 37, of Lubbock passed away after a sudden illness on Monday, Dec. 28, 2020 in Lubbock. He was born Aug. 11, 1983 in Lubbock to Rex and Angela Armes Freeman.

Andrew graduated from Friendship High School in 2001, and then attended Lubbock Christian University. At an early age he found his love for building things from his grandpa “Bus” and he later used those skills to start his own business, Freeman Homes. Andrew was a talented home-builder in the Lubbock area, earning several awards including “People’s Choice Favorite Kitchen” and “Overall Best of Show” at the 2017 Lubbock Parade of Homes. He helped many people build their dream home, and in every house he built he would install a bible into the foundation of the threshold. Andrew was a spiritual man who began everyday by reading his devotional and spending time in prayer with the Lord. Known as “Steamin Freeman” by his friends, Andrew was a driven man who packed a lot of life, love and intensity into his 37 years. He was competitive and went above and beyond in everything he was involved in. He could relate to anyone, and if you were his friend he would do anything in the world for you. Andrew was tough and not scared of anything. He earned two belts in UFC mixed martial arts competitions and loved to compete. Above all else, Andrew loved his family, especially his children. Family meant the world to him.

He is survived by his wife, Gentry Davidson Freeman of Lubbock; three children, Jaden Davidson, Ledger Blaze Freeman and London Knox Freeman; his father, Rex Freeman and wife, Juli of Littlefield; grandparents, Barry and Stacie Armes of Lubbock and Sharon Freeman of Littlefield; a brother, Jordan Arce of Lubbock; aunts and uncles, Randy and Rebecca Roberson of Littlefield, Tammy Danner ofLittlefield, Christy and Greg Bichsel ofAmarillo; and other extended family members and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Angela Freeman; and his grandfather, Henry Freeman.

Private family services were held at 1 p.m., Monday, Jan. 4, 2021 at Grace Chapel with Pastor Tracy Spencer officiating. Serving as pallbearers were Matt Jackson, Colter Fulbright, Steven Howell, Cameron Jones, John Clarke, Evan Voss, and Matt Crockett. Arrangements were under the personal care of Hillcrest Funeral Home in Littlefield.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be made to Littlefield EMS, PO Box 1267, Littlefield, TX 79339.