- Ada, Oklahoma


February 26, 2014

Alyene Lillard Hathaway Treas

Allen, TX — Funeral services for Alyene Lillard Hathaway Treas, 95, formerly of Lula, will be 10:30 a.m. today at Greenville Oaks Church of Christ in Allen, Texas. A committal service will  be 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Central Church of Christ in Ada. Burial will follow at Swan Hill Cemetery in Ada. Ms. Treas died Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014, at Allen, Texas. 

She was born June 22, 1918, at Lula to Paul Lewis and Mable Jessie (Baker) Lillard. She graduated Stonewall High School and West Texas State College. She was a pianist and taught piano for 20 years before beginning her 23-year teaching career. She played regularly for civic church and retirement groups. 

Survivors include her daughter Martha O’Rear of Allen, Texas; step-son Donald Treas and wife, Lyndi of Pagosa Springs, Colo.; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren; and brother Bencie Lillard and wife, Alma.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Norman Hathaway and her second husband, Ralph Treas; son, Terry Lynn Hathaway; daughter, Sue Hathaway; and sisters Nova Jarvis and Nola Treas.


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