Doris Treadway – 1944-2022

Doris Treadway – 1944-2022

DORIS MARIE TERRY TREADWAY , 78, of Little Rock, Ark., transitioned to her heavenly home on
Monday, Nov. 28, 2022.

Doris was born to the late Charles and Margaret Scribner Terry in Lonoke, Ark. Doris retired as a
LPTN from the Arkansas State Hospital. Doris was a member of ETA PHI BETA Sorority, Inc. Gamma Nu
Chapter and a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Electa Chapter #310, in Little Rock, Ark.

Doris is survived by one son, Willie Treadway of Little Rock, Ark., one daughter, Patricia Treadway Harris
of Lonoke, Ark., two sisters; Wanda Jones (James) of New York, N.Y., and Linda Nunley (Rickey) of St.
Louis, Mo.; one brother, Miles Terry of North Little Rock, Ark.; four grandchildren and a host of nieces,
nephews, relatives, and friends.

The Celebration of Life ceremony will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2022, at 10 a.m. at Antioch
Full Gospel Baptist Church, 3824 Antioch Blvd., College Station, Ark. 72053. Interment to follow Rest in
Peace Memorial Gardens, Hensley, Ark. 72065. Family Hour will be held on Friday, December 9, 2022,
from 6-7 p.m. at Ruffin & Jarrett Funeral Home 1200 S Chester St, Little Rock, Ark. 72202. Mask required for either service.

3 thoughts on “Doris Treadway – 1944-2022”

  • Sister Doris Treadway was a very very considerate woman of God. She was always willing to do whatever she could to meet the needs of others. She loved her family, and Little Willie Treadway was very dear to her heart. We both would often agree that we wanted her to live a long time, but for sure, until he reached the age of 18. It didn’t happen, but Father knows best. Sis Treadway would sometimes say that he needed her and that she needed him. She is with the Lord now, and she is enjoying His presence. On Monday, November 28, 2022, Earth said there she goes (goodby) and Heaven said here she comes (hello). Thank God for Jesus , who I believe welcomed her home. Gooby Sister Treaway, I will see you later.

  • I met Ms. Doris fort two years ago. She was one tough cookie but we became good friends. She was like a mom to me, that I start calling her Momma D. She was kind ,compassionate, loving and would give her last. I can’t believe she’s gone but the father knows best. He was ready for her even though we couldn’t let go. She’s in a better place no more pain. Momma D will be truly missed until we meet again R.I.L & P

  • My condolences to Patricia, Willie and all the family of Sis. Treadway. Prayer gone up to the throne of grace for your comfort and strength. Our God is the God of all comfort. Lean heavily on Him

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