September 15, 1936 ~ May 27, 2017
Treabie Lee Hudson, a.k.a. Twig, was born on September 15, 1936 in Minden, Louisiana, to Mary and Robert James, both preceded her in death. She was the twelfth of fourteen siblings. Twig dedicated her life to Christ early. In 1952, she married J.L. Hudson and they conceived two children, Rudolph (preceded her in death) and Sharon Hudson. Twig relocated to California in 1958, where she conceived four more children, Cassandra and William Hunter, Matthew (preceded her in death) and Mark Jones.
Twig was a lively woman - a social butterfly. She enjoyed motorcycle riding and spending time with friends and family. Twig was feisty, she never backed down from a challenge. She was spontaneous, and enjoyed trying new things. Twig also loved to host gatherings and cook for loved ones.
Treabie Lee was called to rest on May 27, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mary and Robert James; two sons, Rudolph Hudson and Matthew Jones; and seven siblings, Robert Jr., Bertha, Louis, Luther, Ethel “Pat”, Jessie and Leroy James. Twig leaves her precious memories to be cherished by four children, Sharon Horton (Augustus) of Rialto, CA., Cassandra Hunter (Roy) of Long Beach, CA., William Hunter (Janice) of San Bernardino, CA., Mark Jones (Eulonder) of Los Angeles, CA.; five siblings, Jimmy L. James of Texas, Leola Pouncy of Shreveport, LA., Arline Johnson of San Francisco, Easter Henderson of Shreveport, LA., and Ruth Waller of Fresno; fourteen grandchildren, Catrice Toplin, Jerry Lewis Jr., Roberta Smith, Joshua and William Hunter Jr., Tania Hudson, Shiemeka Hogan, Marika and Jomo Horton, Calloway Hawkins-Horton, Jovaun Patterson, Demar, Amir, and Mark Jones Jr.; twenty-three great grandchildren, Harmonie Warren, Daizanae, Aniyah, Sierra, and Daryl Hogan III, Jhanelle, Ayanna, Jerimiah, Kaylani, Gaege, and Jerry Lewis III, Elijah Crockett, Donald Stotts Jr., Myles and Sage Hunter, Desmond, Deion, and Darren Atkins Jr., Paris Toplin, Andre Lorring, Fred and Nyla Cormia, Ethan Parker, Jomo Jr, Kal-El, and Josias Horton; one great-great grandchild, Chanel Mari Davis; and a host of other loving relatives and friends.
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