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Clarence G "Cat" Freeman (March 11, 1922 - March 21, 1989)
Cat Freeman was an accomplished tenor singer for two of the biggest quartets in Southern Gospel music. He was with the Statesmen from 1951-1953. He returned to that group from 1957-1958 following the sudden, unexpected passing of Denver Crumpler. Cat also sang tenor for the Oak Ridge Quartet, Revelaires Quartet, Melody Masters Quartet, and the Jubilee Quartet. He is also known as the brother of perhaps the most recognizable name in Southern Gospel, Vestal Goodman.