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Elizabeth Lee Freimann, 69, passed away on October 10, 2020 at Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces, NM. She was born December 28, 1950, in Death Valley, California to Melton and Charlotte Teague.

Liz attended Thomas Jefferson High School in Dallas, Texas; where she met her future husband, Robert Mark Freimann. They married on July 1, 1974.

Liz made long careers with Stevens Floor Covering and Garland Insulating. She made friends everywhere she worked or lived, and she maintained those friendships until her death.

She was an independent, energetic woman with a Chihuahua in the crook of her arm. Liz loved to travel, go to concerts, and shop. Liz and Mark retired to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico in 2015.

She is survived by her husband, Mark Freimann; daughter, Antigone Freimann; sister, Rita Prasil; grandchildren: Keven and Trevor Boggess-Freimann, Austin Box and Anthony Zuniga; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

No services will be held at this time.

Arrangements are by Kirikos Family Funeral Home, Inc. & Sierra Crematory, LLC, 303 N. Cedar St., T-or-C, NM 87901, (575) 894-2574. For online memorial messages please visit

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To say that his beautiful soul rescued me from the abyss is the most powerful understatement i have ever uttered in my life, if there is a soul in heaven whose life has done more good than hers i am not aware of it. She took me in when i had no one else, saving me from the abyss and encouraging me to chase my dreams. May she rest in peace knowing that the positivity she imbued in people like me will not be in vain.


I didn’t know Liz that well, we lived so far apart, from cousin John I pray her family celebrates her often. God bless her and all her family!

Antigone Freimann

I cannot express to the world how blessed my life is because she was in it. Any and everything good in me has everything to do with being raised by her. She lived love and compassion fiercely. I know that the Lord welcomed her warmly and told her "Well done, thou good and faithful servant". I will miss her with every last remaining breath. Thank you for everything, Mommy. I love you and will see you later.

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