FREEMAN, David Winston B. - David W.B. Freeman of Lawrence Avenue West, Toronto, ON passed away peacefully on Friday, September 11, 2020.
David was born on October 5, 1954, baptized and grew up in Maxwell, Christ Church, Barbados. The son of the Late Daphne I. and Joseph N. Freeman and the brother of Frank W.R. Freeman and Keith King.
Survived by his daughter Sherry-Ann Morris. Brother of Eustace Freeman, Michael Freeman, Ronald King, Ethne Freeman and Yvette Trotman; nieces and nephews Philip Freeman (UK), Victor and Sheena Freeman, Donna Trotman and Kyle Walcott; cousins Maurice, Mariette, Trevor Edey.
Relatives of the Freeman Family (Forde’s Road, Barbados) and the Bayley Family (Radcliffe Gardens, Barbados), Edey, King, Evans and Carter families.
David was a loving father, brother and uncle who loved the sea/beach and was known as a chef who worked at Sam Lord’s Castle in the parish of St. Philip, Barbados. He later relocated to Canada under the Chef occupation and later became part of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) family as a Vehicle Service / Maintenance. He was fondly known as Tabby (BDS) and Charles Yard in Canada.
"Such are the Vicissitudes of life."
Family Farewell by invitation only on September 19th. Arrangements with Andrews funeral home, Brampton.