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June 21, 1935 July 6, 2010
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Carroll Nathaniel Freeland was born June 21, 1935 in Chaney, MD. He was the fourth of five children of the late Russell and Anita Freeland.
He was educated in the public school system of Calvert County and after attending Hall's Creek Elementary School and William Sampson Brooks High School. He wasemployed with Thomas Lumber Company and then moved on to Owings Lumber Company which later became Sneades ACE Hardware, and he worked there until his health failed in 1993. Whenever he spoke of the hardware store, he would always say ACE is the Place'.
He had a true passion for playing baseball and was the first baseman for the Owings Eagles Baseball team. He was well known for his ability to stretch out, capture the ball and to get the base runner OUT'.
In 1966 he was married to Myrtle E. Holland and from this union two children were born. He also became the loving father of three stepchildren. The children called himDad', but would sometimes call him Curly', the nickname that they gave him.
Carroll was a well loved member of Cooper's United Methodist Church and served on the Board of Trustees and the Usher Board.
Carroll loved to eat (fried chicken), cut grass, go sightseeing, listen to gospel music (The Sensational Nightingales), socialize and spend time with family and friends. He especially liked watching sports and was a loyal fan of the Baltimore Orioles, the Washington Redskins and the Wizards.
He will always be remembered for his strength, great work ethics, his jokes/sense of humor, quick wit, sound advice and the conversations with family and friends, and especially the conversations held around the kitchen table. We will never forget his famous quote "Come strong to the mic" and his unique way of just giving us enough words of wisdom to keep us coming back for more.
He leaves fond memories to be cherished by his wife Myrtle Freeland; three daughters Vanessa Collins (William), Alice Harrod (Marvin), Corlisa Brooks (Shawn); three sons Marshall Cooper (Debbie), Anthony Cooper (Rosie), Carlton Freeland (Shneekie); ten grandchildren, Matari,Lateashia, Lashonda, Omar, Michelle, Renee, Carlton Jr., Shawn Jr., Shavonah, Marvin Jr.; one brother, Stanley Freeland (Anne Mae); sisters, Sadie Spriggs (Norris -deceased), Ellen Wills (Isaac) brother-in-laws, George Holland, Lewis Howard, Russell Holland Jr., Jesse Holland Sr., Theodore Holland (deceased), Dexter Holland Sr.; sister-in laws Thelma Howard, Bertina Howard (Roscoe -deceased) and a host of nieces,nephews, cousins, and other relatives. In addition to his parents and in-laws, he was preceded in death by his sister Hazel (Richard -deceased).


Cooper\'s UM Church 9370 Southern MD Blvd. Dunkirk, MD 20754 (map/driving directions)


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Sewell Funeral Home 1451 Dares Beach Road Prince Frederick, MD 20678 on Monday, July 12, 2010 (map/driving directions)

10:00 am to 11:00 am at Emmanuel Baptist Church 3800 Old Town Road Huntingtown, MD 20639 on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 (map/driving directions)


11:00 am at Emmanuel Baptist Church 3800 Old Town Road Huntingtown, MD 20639 on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 (map/driving directions)


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