Bianca N. Freeman, 25, of Fremont, OH went to be with the Lord on January 23, 2021. She was born on July 9, 1995 in Fremont, OH the daughter of Brett and Charlotte (Martin) Freeman. She was a graduate on Fremont Ross High School. Bianca enjoyed writing, music and roller blading. She enjoyed seeing the best in everyone she came in contact with. She loved horses and was in 4-H and FFA for years. Bianca has a compassionate heart with a strong faith and an infectious laugh and smile.
Bianca is survived by her mother, Charlotte Martin Freeman, Fremont, father, Brett Freeman, Sr., Napoleon; daughter, Judeah Grace Campbell, Fremont; significant other, Judd Campbell, Vickery, OH; grandmother, Irene (Timothy) Martin Feehan, Fremont; siblings, Joseph Jurovcik III, Fremont and Brett Freeman Jr., Port Clinton, Tandrika Freeman, Fremont, Brittney Freeman, Kensington, PA, Chavis Freeman, Fremont, Dasia Freeman and Braylon Freeman and a host of Aunts, Uncles, Cousin and Friends.
She is preceded in death by her grandparents, Charles E. Martin, Carolyn Freeman, Quincy Freeman and her brother Andre Freeman.
Bianca as the day passes on, I pray you will see this from heaven, but mostly what I pray is that everyone who visits your page and reads your obituary will encouraged to continue the Fight for Freedom. I am deeply sorry for the sorrow that took you to this place in life and for all the joy the enemy stole from you. Your form of coping in life; didn’t lessen your Value as a person, just someone who was struggling to find purpose; lost to the love of life and the love of your family here on earth as you often suffered in your own tormenting isolation. The real enemy is the one that creeps in under the disguise of fun or “what’s the harm?” Or “this will be the last time”. This enemy is slick, and he steals so much from so many. We never know when “this will be the last time”; it either ends in rehabilitation or ends in stealing a life. I wish that you were here to talk about this. I wish you were not taken from your daughter, your mother, your brothers, and your family and friends. It now is only a wish, but I turn it into a prayer. I Thank You Lord for the life that Bianca did have on earth. I Thank you for all the positive impacts she made on so many. I Thank you for the love and joy she left behind in the legacy of her beautiful daughter and in the memory of the hearts that loved her. I pray she is now safely in your warm embrace and is no longer in the torments of this life. BUT I mostly pray that others will see the beauty of her life and realize it does not have to end this way. She would not want one single soul to suffer like this. Therefore, I beg you turn your life to Jesus Christ for he is able to do exceedingly, abundantly more than you can think or ask. Give your life to him. Don’t let your “this will be the last time” end in your life gone too soon. Don’t let your “this will be the last time” leave a wake for others to navigate and mourn. In our own strength we can do nothing, but with God all things are possible. The spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak. So, go to rehab, gather a support system, and realize there are more for you than against you. If you need help reach out. There are resources available. It will not be easy, but it is so worth it… Until we meet again Bianca. May God’s everlasting peace be with your family. Always Remember – When the Rain Stops, the Sun Will Shine
Visitation: Saturday, January 30, 2021 from 11 am to 12 noon at Victory Church, 2051 Oak Harbor Rd., Fremont, OH with a Celebration of Life Ceremony to follow at Noon at the church.
Burial will take place at Oakwood Cemetery.
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