August 12, 2020

Christie Freel is former Cincinnati Red Ryan Freel’s Wife

The MLB and the Cincinnati Red sadly informed their fans about the tragic death of Ryan Freel the former utility player who committed suicide at the age of 36. Freel leaves behind his wife Christie Freel and their daughters.

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The Reds family is deeply saddened to hear of the death of Ryan Freel. His teammates and our fans loved him for how hard he played the game, and he loved giving back to the community. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

Thinking of the Freel family. Ryan touched everyone he came in contact with here in the clubhouse, in the front office and in the community.

Those were some of the statements the Cincinnati Reds released after they heard about Freel’s suicide, he was found dead at his home in Jacksonville, FL from a self-inflected gunshot wound.

Ryan Freel was married to Christie L. Freel formerly known as Christie Moore from Florida, the daughter of Jerry Moore.

37-year-old Christie Lee Freel was born  in October 18, 1975. She currently lives in Jacksonville, before that she lived in Louisville, KY.

Christie Freel graduated in 1993 from Terry Parker High, after that she attended at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville.

Christie gave birth to her first child Ava on January, 2004 who later became the older sister of her two adorable little sisters Alex and Alliana. Find Christie on Facebook here.

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to Ryan Freel’s loving family, wife Christie Freel, her children and the rest of her family, friends and fans during this terrible time.

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One thought on “Christie Freel is former Cincinnati Red Ryan Freel’s Wife

  1. Christie: This is such a trite thing to say but I am a baseball fan and lover of the game and I just want to say how sorry I am about your husband’s death. I don’t know if this will help you or not, please accept it in the spirit in which it is given. And that is: In a spiritual way, Jesus willingly accepted the death planned for him and “gave up His Spirit.” I believe His sacrifice can be construed as a suicide, since He willingly died. A lot of people would disagree with me (and I will NOT comment on any views to the contrary); but my perception helped one woman several years ago who was grieving her brother’s suicide. I hope it helps you. If it doesn’t, please forgive me. I spoke from the heart. May God Who knows all things and is still on His throne comfort you, your precious daughters and the rest of your family. Be sure to uplift Ryan always to them and to yourself and answer their questions with honesty. With deepest sympathy. Mary

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