Freeland, 36, was one of three names added to the Jacksonville Fallen Firefighter Memorial Wednesday, Dec. 8, during a ceremony in the Sunshine State to honor those who fell in the line of duty in 2021.
Freeland died after trying to free a female passenger from a crashed U-Haul truck along Aviation Avenue near Cecil Airport. Firefighters initially suspected he was shocked to death by a live electrical line downed during the crash.
Freeland’s funeral service was held Nov. 20 in Jacksonville, and he was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.
Barber, 51, died June 14 from a heart attack. Because he perished within 24 hours of his last service call, his death is considered a line of duty fatality under the city’s policy. A veteran of the US Navy, Barber served 21 years in the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department.
Moya, 51, died of COVID-19 on Aug. 17. He also was a veteran of the US Navy and had served the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department for 17 years.
Both men are buried in Jacksonville National Cemetery.