Freed, Richard Edward


Richard E. Freed of Dallas passed away on Thursday January 4th   He was 41 years old. He is survived by his father Gary Freed and step mother Diane Freed of Dallas, mother Renie Quitt of Plantation, Florida, sister Helaine Moore, niece and nephew Alex and Megan Moore of Plantation, Florida as well as many other caring aunts, uncles, cousins , and friends that he loved dearly. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Ida and Bernard Freed of Dallas and Mildred Teblum Wizel of Florida.

 Richard was a loving son who had a deep appreciation for music and a true passion for the Dallas Cowboys. He grew up in Dallas and graduated from Fairhill School and played guitar for a local band named Unknown Figures. He spent a portion of his adult live in Cape Coral, Florida before returning to Dallas in 2012. He will be missed by all who he touched.

 A memorial service will be held at Temple Emanu-El, 8500 Hillcrest Road, Dallas, Texas 75225 on Thursday, January 9th at 11:00am.

In lieu of flowers donations can made in his memory to the Jewish Family Service Food Pantry, 5402 Arapaho Road, Dallas, Texas  75248.

14 replies on “Freed, Richard Edward”

Josh Kenchel says:

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Freed family!

Sheila & Allen Wolf says:

Our hearts are heavy with the sad loss for our family.
Richard will be remembered as fun-loving, handsome, and caring.
We love you Gary & Diane,
Sheila and Allen

Richard DeMetz says:

The Freed Family is in my prayers. Rest in peace Richard.

Timothy Angelou says:

Our prayers are with the Freed family. Richard was a great leader and mentor in sales. He will be rememberes for his compassion to all.

Michael Gacki says:

My prayers and condolences are with the entire Freed family. Rest in peace dear cousin.

Alisha Alexander says:

I am touched and saddened by the passing of an old friend. My thoughts are with his family.

Kris Nuno says:

You will be missed my friend. Rest in peace Richard.

Daniel Schaeffer says:

Richard was and is the most honest person I have ever met/ worked with.

Melissa Turner says:

Richard will be missed terribly. I worked with Richard for 7 years before we officially met each other when he came back to Dallas to work in 2012 and he and I were able to work closely together. I learned his level of passion and care for not only the Cowboys (yuck) but for life, people and his family. With a heavy heart Richard, I will miss you!

Kyle Smith says:

We are celebrating Richard’s life today. Many of his friends got together after the service to tell stories and talk about how he impacted our lives. I know he impacted my life in a meaningful and lasting way and I will miss him very much. – Kyle

We will always cherish the memories and great times. We grew up together, got in trouble together, confided in each other, laughed a lot and he always shared his beautiful heart with us. We created our own crazy family. One that will miss him, never forget him and are better for having had him in our lives. We love you Richard- Laura & Noah –

Mitchell Niessen says:

Richard was a dear friend for 10 years that I will miss very much. We always had our little quips about the Cowboys and the Giants, that sparked lively conversation! In the time I knew Richard he was a kind caring sole. He loved his family and was a passionate man.

I will miss you my friend

Joan Berk Berman says:

Please accept my deepest sympathy. Joan Berk Berman

beverly Levine HIllman says:

sorry for your loss, our prayers are with his family.

Paul Watson says:

What happened RIP

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