This is something I do with a lot of different crock pot roasts. The flavor of the soup will change based on what meat you started with, but I find them all tasty.
I'm in the middle of a freezer cleanout month, trying to use up things that have been in there way too long. It's a good money saver and it also is less wasteful. When I was in Target last week, they had whole bone in spiral cut hams for only $1.50 per pound. Since $2.99 is generally a decent deal, I bought the biggest two hams I could find. I cooked the ham, and we ate two meals with meat from it. After that, I packaged and froze the rest of the meat. I didn't have time to make a lot of freezer meals right then, but I will get to them later. For some other things I do with ham, check out these two posts:
Around noon, I dump in whatever leftover veggies I have on hand. We had some leftover broccoli from the previous night's dinner, a partial bag of frozen mixed veggies, and a whole bag of frozen peas. When you are ready to serve, here's my last helpful hint. You can thicken up the broth and make it more stew-like by just taking your spoon and mashing some of the beans and veggies. No need to add a heavy cream or roux, so it might even be a bit healthier for you.
We've had several meals from this soup, and I just froze the rest of the leftover in freezer bags. Remember, if you lay them flat before they freeze, they take up much less space.