Nevene (Treadwell) ChandlerFebruary 21, 1923 ~ March 13, 2021 (age 98)
Nevene Chandler, 98, of Crossett, passed away on Saturday, March 13, 2021, at the Ashley County Medical Center. On February 21, 1923, she was born to her parents, Amos and Nancy Fryer Treadwell, and grew up in the Solgohachia/Lanty area of Conway County.
She was a retired postal worker, a long-time member of the Pine Street Church of Christ, and a member of the Eastern Star Order.
Nevene was a classy lady. She had her hair and nails done weekly, dressed nice, drove Lincoln Town Cars, and loved pink, which was undoubtedly showcased in her home décor.
Although she was particular about her appearance, she was also particular about her sports, especially basketball, a passion she had since playing point guard in high school. She was a die-hard Razorback basketball fan and hardly missed watching a game in her home covered in pink carpet.
Along with her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband of fifty-one years, Benjamine Leo Chandler, her only son, Benny Leo Chandler, and one great-great-grandchild, Aria-Jade McGowen.
Her survivors include six grandchildren, Tammie Moreno (Eli) of Hot Springs, AR, Leo Chandler, Jr. (Jana) of Crossett, Jody Chandler (Alyssa) of Benton, AR, Jimmy Gilley of Springhill, LA, Joe Gilley (Kim) of Crossett, and Judy Brazier also of Benton, and one daughter-in-law, Doris Marie Chandler of Crossett; along with thirteen great-grandchildren; and fifteen great-great-grandchildren.
A Graveside Service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, March 15, 2021, at Adams Cemetery in Lanty, AR, with Bro. Charlie Bane officiating. Pallbearers are Leo Chandler, Jr., Jody Chandler, Jimmy Gilley, Joe Gilley, C.T. Chandler, and Bobby Justus Brazier.
Services entrusted to Medders Funeral Home of Crossett.
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