Jack David Freese

| May 28, 2020

Jack David Freese, son of the late Carson and Virginia (Bissonnete) Freese, passed away on April 25, 2020 at his home in Melbourne, Florida with his wife, Carol Jean Henry-Freese and her two children at his bedside.

Jack was an Ohio State Highway patrolman for 40 years. He was born and raised in Coshocton, Ohio. Soon after graduation from Coshocton High School, he graduated from Ohio Highway Patrol School. Soon after his graduation after patrol school, he became a lieutenant. He continued to serve as an Ohio State Highway Patrolman for 40 years, until he had to move to Melbourne, Florida due to his health.

He had a son and daughter while living in Coshocton. Van Freese and Jackie Freese-Hardesty, grandson; Brandon Hardesty, sister-in-law; Erma Mizer-Freese-Mizer, brother; Thomas Eugene Freese born (November 7th, 1927, passed November 17th, 1977). He married Carol Jean Henry who is still living, plus her two children in Melbourne, Florida.

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