Treva Oakley Collins

Born on September 8, 1933

Departed on June 12, 2019 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Treva Oakley Collins – Age 85, passed away June 12, 2019. She is preceded in death by her husband, Harold “Buddy” Collins. Survived by children, Allen (Brenda) Collins, Karin (Chris) Fallon, and Belinda Collins; grandchildren, Reed (Haley) Collins, Ross (Marla) Collins, John Fallon, Allison Fallon, and Matthew (Samantha) Fallon; great grandchildren, Lena and Mya Collins, Inara and Cordelia Fallon; sisters, Deri Hammock and Brenda Oakley.

A Celebration of Life service will be on Monday, June 17, 2019, at 11:00am, at West Harpeth Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials are encouraged to Mercy Ministries.

Visitation with the family will be on Monday from 10:00am until the service time at 11:00am, both at West Harpeth on Charlotte.

10 Comments to Mrs. Treva Oakley Collins

  1. Lisa Syler says:

    Oh how I will miss the beautiful lady and dear soul! I loved her dearly!

  2. Judy Steele says:

    Sorry for your family loss. Praying 🙏 that each of you will feel the presence of Jesus’ loving arms around you giving you comfort and peace!

  3. Frances Crownover Hollingsworth says:

    Will be missed. A dear lady.

  4. Shirley Hurst says:

    I remember Treva and her mother well. Her cousin, Ruby June Finch, was a very good friend of mine. Treva was a very sweet person whom everyone loved. My condolences to her family.

    Shirley Muller Hurst,
    Knob Noster, Missouri
    Cohn Class of 1952

  5. Shirley Hurst says:

    I remember Treva and her mother well. Her cousin, Ruby June Finch, was a good friend of mine. Treva was always a kind and sweet person.

  6. Martha Ann Jones says:

    I graduated WITH Treva, and kept in touch for years.. She was a lovely person and will certainly be missed…

  7. Patsy Harrington says:

    Treva was a sweet friend & neighbor for the 15 years I lived on Lakeview Drive. We stayed in touch & visited after I moved. I miss her, but have lots of good memories. Condolences to the family.

  8. Janis clark says:

    So sorry for your loss!! Sweet sweet lady!!
    I loved watching ballgames with her!

  9. Pam Graves says:

    My mom and Treva were great friends through the years after graduating from Cohn. I know they loved their lunches together over the years.

    With warmest sympathy,

    Pam Graves – Daughter of Ray Graves and Joyce Sensing Graves

  10. Greer Tidwell, Jr. says:

    The welcome and care that Treva and Buddy shared towards me as a kid growing up on Lakeview Drive was so impactful. I often think of them and the twinkle in Treva’s eyes as she told and retold stories about the kids in the ‘neighborhood’ and then more recently about her own grandkids. She set a standard of caring that I hold up to push myself toward helping and welcoming others who are new to my own neighborhood.
    Blessings to the family and the whole Collins ‘team’.

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