ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Freddie Geman, 47 years old, born on January 11, 1974, and passed away on March 7, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Serwaa Boateng Mireku on June 15, 2021
The bond we share when growing up .A bond of love and care .Then after some years, we had to stay far away from each other.now you are no more."it is what it is" as you always say . Indeed it has been what it's suppose to be , yet somehow, something tells me you are watching over me now that from worldly cares you are finally free. I miss u so much!!.rest well my very own and may heaven keep you till we meet again.       
 
                          Ama serwaa.
                           (Little sister)
Posted by Maybel Opoku-addo on June 13, 2021
Barely a week before that fateful day, you called and we talked for a while...if I had known (as death is hidden from us), I would have talked to you non-stop for the remaining days. It is so painful loosing you but all I can say is God knows best. Your journey on this strange land called earth has come to an end. You are at a better place now where PEACE and NO PAIN overflows. You are back home and NOT in a strange place so Rest well kid brother and enjoy in the bosom of our Creator. I still hear you in my heart and will NEVER be forgotten....
Posted by Jerome Luv on June 13, 2021
Journey well Champ. Never got the chance to meet you in person but we shared quiet some good moments on the phone, you're a good person, I pray that God himself will give you a better place in heaven. God be with us all till we meet..
Posted by Mark Korste on June 12, 2021
Freddie was my baby brother. Although the body that walked this earth is no more, the soul that makes him our little bro is still alive. Rest peacefully dear bro
Posted by nana addo on June 12, 2021
You gave no one a farewell..you were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why. A million times we, ll miss you, million times we, ll cry..
In death we still love you, cos in our hearts you hold a place no one else can fill...it broke our hearts to lose you, but you didnt go alone, for parts of us went with you the day God took you home.
Our family chain is broken, but as God calls us one by one the chain will link again, i know in a better place someday.
I thank God he made you my brother while here on this earth..forever loved.

Posted by Rudolph Opoku-Addo on June 11, 2021
Fred was my younger brother. We lived in London together before he migrated to the States. He was loving, caring, and what I'll call a true brother. We had good times and bad times together, but Freddie always smiled through. He was a brother's brother. Fare well little brother, rest well in the blossom of the Lord till we meet again.
Posted by Tanzania Brown on June 6, 2021
I have never met a soul so loving and pure. Gone too soon but I’ll keep your memories alive! Sister Tee

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Posted by Serwaa Boateng Mireku on June 15, 2021
The bond we share when growing up .A bond of love and care .Then after some years, we had to stay far away from each other.now you are no more."it is what it is" as you always say . Indeed it has been what it's suppose to be , yet somehow, something tells me you are watching over me now that from worldly cares you are finally free. I miss u so much!!.rest well my very own and may heaven keep you till we meet again.       
 
                          Ama serwaa.
                           (Little sister)
Posted by Maybel Opoku-addo on June 13, 2021
Barely a week before that fateful day, you called and we talked for a while...if I had known (as death is hidden from us), I would have talked to you non-stop for the remaining days. It is so painful loosing you but all I can say is God knows best. Your journey on this strange land called earth has come to an end. You are at a better place now where PEACE and NO PAIN overflows. You are back home and NOT in a strange place so Rest well kid brother and enjoy in the bosom of our Creator. I still hear you in my heart and will NEVER be forgotten....
Posted by Jerome Luv on June 13, 2021
Journey well Champ. Never got the chance to meet you in person but we shared quiet some good moments on the phone, you're a good person, I pray that God himself will give you a better place in heaven. God be with us all till we meet..
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Celebration of Life Service

A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Sunday, 6/27/21 at 5pm at Hampton Inn in Hayward.
Freddie was a hard working father, husband and artist. He always had a cheerful spirit and loves to help others.

He is survived by his wife Claudia Smith and three children: Mikkah, Michael and Marion Geman.
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Shared by Magdy Himed on June 10, 2021
Freddie was a great human being with love heart and caring and he will tell you .about life and the future he was intelligent man .their would not be another Freddie I miss you Freddie well be remembering you great man.