Ramona “Mona” Rhea Jennings Freeman
Clint & Sons Fundraising has a passion for both education and high quality meats. We get to combine these two loves and help others raise necessary funds with our Fundraising programs. Much of our love for Education came to us from a very special lady, the late Mona Freeman. She devoted her life to teaching, coaching, and mentoring others.
“Education was Mona’s life. Whether in the classroom or the cross country course, on the basketball courts or the golf course, Mona’s life was always a learning or “coaching” experience” says Johnny Freeman, her husband and President of Clint & Sons.
Mona was born October 3, 1964 in Spearman. She graduated from Wheeler High School in 1983. She was the Class 1A 3rd place Texas State medalist in 1982, and was the first Wheeler High School golfer to win the Class 1A 1st place State medal in 1983. She was inducted in the Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame as Golfer of the Year in 1983. She played on the Texas Tech University Women’s golf team from 1984-1988, and was the Women’s West Texas Golf champion in 1990 from Lakeridge Country Club in Lubbock. Mona was extremely accomplished with her golfing career. She received a golf scholarship from Texas Tech University and received a Bachelor’s degree in education in 1988. She attended the LPGA qualifying school for 2 years. She began her career coaching and teaching in the valley, and later coached at White Deer, Canadian, Highland Park, Borger, Pampa, and finished her career back in White Deer.
She married Johnny Freeman on March 10, 1995 in Wheeler at her parents’ home. Mona was the #1 cheerleader for her kids at all of their events. She loved golfing and fishing, and enjoyed playing cards and board games. In her last few years she loved coaching both Skylar and Payton on to State golf tournaments. Mona loved spending time with family, she enjoyed being “Mo” to her grandchildren, and “Ammo” to her nieces and nephews.
We are so honored to dedicate this page in loving memory to Mona Freeman. We love her passion and dedication and hope we can represent her well, even down to her favorite color. She will always be in our hearts and on our minds.