Austin Freeman Obituary, Death – Austin John Freeman, 26, has passed away on January 09, 2023. On November 17th, 1996, in the town of Streator, Illinois, John Freeman and Darlene (Lechner) Freeman became parents to their son Austin. At LaSalle-Peru High School, where he attended and excelled in a number of sports, including football, wrestling, and track and field, he was a part of the graduating class of 2015 and received his diploma. The ceremony was held in Minooka on August 29, 2020, and Allyson Hanson served as the bride. He worked in the trade of putting the final touches on concrete.
Playing the guitar, going hiking, and hanging out with his family were some of Austin’s favorite activities to do in his spare time. He was a devoted fan of the Chicago Bears football team. Above all else, he was a good parent to his children. Surviving members of his family include his wife, Allyson, who currently resides in Minooka; his daughter, Lilah; his parents, Darlene Freeman of Peru and John Freeman of Lostant; his sister, Madison Freeman of Lostant; maternal grandparents Pat and Vicky Strode of Lostant; paternal grandparents Richard and Bonnie Freeman of Lostant; and a large number of aunts, uncles, and cousins. His sister, Madison Freeman, currently resides in Lostant His grandfather, Richard Freeman, who had died before him, was his immediate ancestor.
The Crossroads Community Church in Magnolia will be the location of visitation on Friday, January 13, 2023 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. After this, there will be a private ceremony held for the family, which will be presided over by Pastor Dave Van Laar. The funeral preparations will be handled by the Mueller Funeral Home in Lostant because they are responsible for such matters. Donations can be donated to his family in his honor, with the instruction that they be put toward Lilah’s education or any needs that the family may have. If you find yourself in a challenging circumstance, I strongly encourage you to not be scared to seek assistance and to do so without hesitation. Call 988 to reach the suicide prevention hotline.