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E. LeBron Free

LeBron Free, a beloved husband, father, man of faith and esteemed member of the legal community, passed away on March 23, 2024 at the age of 84. Born in Cleveland, Tennessee on Jan. 27, 1940, LeBron grew up to be a dedicated student, eventually earning degrees in both theology and law.

After graduating from Largo High School in Florida, LeBron attended Lee College in Tennessee, where he was recently honored.
LeBron earned his undergraduate degree from Berea College in Kentucky. He went on to receive his Master of Divinity from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. LeBron served as a Methodist minister for years before moving to the field of law. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. LeBron then moved home to Florida to practice corporate law at Jim Walter Corp. before establishing his own family law practice in Clearwater.

LeBron is survived by his loving wife, Anna Free, as well as his twin sons, Jason (Sarah) and Ryan (Marian), as well as five grandchildren: Clark, Charlotte, Walter, Otem and Duel. He’s also survived by his black and white German Shepherds, Sweetie and Sugar Free, who he and Anna adore like their own children. He was predeceased by his parents Duel and Cathleen and his brothers, Brooklyn and Kenneth. He was loved by many friends and his extended family, including James Duel (Jackie), David (Angela), Angela Free-Schimenek, Sandra (Jerry) Aslinger and Rose Hebeler, among others.

LeBron will be remembered for his commitment to serving others. He helped start the Suncoast Hospice in Pinellas County, where he was cared for during his final months before passing away at Suncoast Hospice House.

A memorial service to celebrate LeBron’s life will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 1, 2024 at Veterans Funeral Care, 830 N Belcher Road, Clearwater, Florida. Bishop Randy Morris will be officiating.

LeBron will be greatly missed, but his legacy of kindness, integrity and service will live on. Rest in peace LeBron.

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