Inez Theresa Freeman was born on February 25, 1937 in Haynes Village, Saint Kitts to Joseph Prosper and Jestina Matthew. She attended and graduated from Grammar School. On July 26, 1956 Inez married Alfred Freeman, together they had 11 beautiful children.
Inez worked as a CNA at the Cunningham Nursing Home where she cared for the elderly and the disabled. She was a member of the Saint John's Ambulance Service and the Women's Voluntary Services, an organization who provided food and care packages to the elderly by hosting tea parties.
In 1976, Inez was born again and was baptized in the name of Jesus at the Rehoboth Tabernacle Apostolic Church in Basseterre, Saint Kitts. She became a member of Rehoboth and served faithfully as a Sunday teacher. She loved people and would often visit the sick and shut in. She was known to feed, clothe and provide for anyone in need.
In July of 1985, she moved to Rhode Island and immediately sought out a Jesus name church and was led to Christ Church of Deliverance. She was a member for 33 years and served as Missionary Vice President. Outside of the church walls, she continued to be the hands and feet of Jesus working as a CNA. She encouraged, prayed for and genuinely loved all of her clients. She touched so many lives and will be deeply missed. She was a mother, grandmother and friend to all.
Inez is survived by her husband, Alfred Freeman, their children Conrad, Joan, Hyacinth, Bevan, Everette, Cara, Patrick, Alfred, Vernon, Cleon and Kervin; thirty-three grandchildren; thirty great-grandchildren; her brother Clement Matthew; two sisters, Patricia Fairweather and Rita Hendrickson and many nieces, nephews and cousins.