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Welcome to the memorial page for

Miss Dyquesha "Quesha" Freeman

August 30, 1997 ~ September 6, 2020 (age 23)

It is with deepest sympathy that the management and staff of Mitchell-Josey Funeral Home, Inc. announces the passing of Miss Dyquesha "Quesha" Freeman of Hartsville.  Miss Freeman expired early Sunday morning, September 6, 2020 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. 

Funeral service is 3:00PM on Saturday, September 12, 2020 in Betheseda Baptist Church Cemetery, 208 Church Street, Society Hill, SC.  Interment will follow.  Please adhere to social distancing and mask wearing at these services. 

Obituary

    “It’s sometime hard to understand why these things have to be. Our sad hearts seek the answer, but it’s not for us to see. We can only trust in God and know that in some way.

It’s all a part of His great plan we’ll understand someday.”

      Miss DyQuesha Louise Freeman, affectionately known as, “Quesha”, was born on August 30, 1997 in Darlington County, South Carolina the beloved daughter of Alonzo Freeman and Katina Moton Fuller.  She transitioned from this life on Sunday morning, September 6, 2020 in Lamar, South Carolina.

    She received her formal education in the Darlington County Public Schools graduating from Hartsville High School Class of 2016.

    She was a dedicated and hard worker. At the time of her passing, she was employed with Honda of South Carolina Manufacturing Company, Timmonsville, SC.  She had also worked as a cashier for Taco Bell, The Markette and Burger King of Hartsville.

     “Quesha”, loved her family and friends.  She had such a genuine heart.  She would give her last to help anyone.  Her smile lit up the room, her laughter and out-going spirit spread joy to all who knew her and met her.  She will truly be missed.

     In previous years, DyQuesha attended and became a member of Tribe of Judah under the leadership of Bishop Christopher Robinson where she was baptized in Jesus name.

     She was preceded in death by: her grandparents: Garrett and Hester Freeman; Elridge and Rebecca Moton.

     Survivors left to cherish her precious memories are: her father, Alonzo Freeman of Hartsville, SC; her mother and step-father, Katina  and Enoch Fuller both of Philadelphia, PA; two brothers: Shai”Quonne Moton and Tyshaun Freeman both of Hartsville, SC; one sister, Paulette Nice of Hopedale, Ohio; two step-brothers: Erik Taylor and Jamel Fuller; a special aunt, Sheena Cotton; her god-mother, Loretta Freeman Harris;  her god-father, Kendrick Harris; a special cousin, Travis Dickey; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins; special friend, Ieshia Wright; other relatives and friends.

Visitation for relatives and friends will be held at the residence of her father, Mr. Alonzo Freeman, 2415 Explorer Drive, Hartsville.

A Mother and Daughters Love

From the moment you took  your first breath, I knew I’d do anything for you.  I taught you all the ways of life,the things a mother should do. Like doing your hair, help with homework or getting you ready for school. See you ride your first bike, hold your first doll or learning to tie your shoe. I was there for all those things,  until you could do them alone. And every time you needed me, you would just pick up the phone. The bond we share can never be broken, sure as the heavens above. For God created what we have and that’s a Mother and daughters love. 

Please keep this family in your thoughts and prayers. 


 Service Information

Funeral Service
Saturday
September 12, 2020

3:00 PM
Betheseda Baptist Church Cemetery


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