Dorothy Jarrell Freeze was born February 19th, 1926 to William H and Maggie Jarrell in Shady Grove Tennessee. Wife of the late Melvin E. Freeze, 4-5-49 Twin sister to Doris Jarrell Medley, who to this day we are unsure which one was “the pretty one” and which one was “the good one”, Doris always claimed to be “the pretty one” which Dorothy always argued. She was the youngest of 9 children. All deceased- Hoyt, GL, Doyle, Glenn, Hazel, Jewel, Joyce, and Doris. A special sister, Jean Freeze. She had two children, Greg E Freeze and the late Frederica ‘Ricki” Freeze Williams(d). 5 Grandchildren, Stan (Laura), Gary, Brad(Priscilla), Russ(Audra) Freeze, Holli (Steve) Avans 13 Great-grandchildren Zach, Jake, Wyatt, Kaitlynn, Kelsey (d), Karleigh, Kristlynn, Kaden, Linley, Cadan, Connor, Carson, Corbin She was a homemaker, who enjoyed skip-Bo, gardening, crocheting, laughing, traveling, and being a Mother and Granny. A special thank you to Granny Jean, Glenna, Dianna, and Melissa for all the days and nights of care, love, laughs, and card playing that kept Granny a happy soul. God shall supply all your needs according to his riches in the glory by Christ Jesus- Philippians 4:19. God always knows what we need before we need it. God could not have chosen a better person to come into our family’s life and leave such an impact. For the last two years, starting with mom (Frederica), and now for Granny, you have given so much. Your hard work, laughs, and words of wisdom have never gone unnoticed. You’ve selflessly offered a shoulder to cry on, hugs that can remind you that the tough days are all worth it, and wiped tears, cheeks, and behinds with compassion in your hands. You’ve cried for us and cried with us, you’ve cooked meals made with love that soothed weary souls, and carried on with granny “like a crazy” as she would say. Your joy has been contagious. You even let Donald Rackley sneak the bottle in when Dorothy asked! You’ve kept Granny just as pretty as ever and help maintain her dignity, even at her weakest, with pretty red nails and curled hair. You always made sure she was happy and comfortable, no matter what. Mrs. Jovella, for what you have given, we are eternally grateful. Thank you will never be enough for your gift. We are beyond privileged and blessed to call you a part of our family. In lieu of flowers, Mrs. Freeze requested donations be made in her honor to Summitville Church of Christ. VISITATION: SUNDAY, May 29, 2016, 11:00 – 2:00 P.M. FUNERAL: SUNDAY, 2:00 P.M. At the CENTRAL FUNERAL HOME BURIAL: Shady Grove Cemetery CENTRAL FUNERAL HOME IS IN CHARGE OF THE ARRANGEMENTS.