Treva Amorite Lambert
MULLINS, S.C. -- Mrs. Treva Amorite Lambert Britt, 91, died October 12, 2021, at the Carlyle Senior Care in Fork, South Carolina.
Born in Mullins, South Carolina on October 17, 1929, Mrs. Britt was the daughter of the late Lonnie and the late Essie Huggins Lambert. She graduated from Nichols High School in 1946 and married the late James Loyd Page on January 19, 1947. They had one daughter and two sons: the late Helen Marie Page, William "Bill" Loyd Page and his wife Charlotte, and Harry Lonnie Page and his wife, Charles Anna. She was a supervisor at Heritage Sportswear and worked there for over twenty years. After the passing of her first husband, she remarried the late Andrew Zack "A.Z." Britt, Sr. on May 25, 1972, and they had one son, Andrew Gerald Britt (Samantha). She and A.Z. founded Britt's Mobile Home Park where she worked until her health started to decline.
Mrs. Britt was a hard worker her entire life and was determined to never take one day for granted. She faithfully served the Lord and was a member of Fork Baptist Church since 1960. Her legacy will live on through the ones she loved and left behind.
Known as "Grandma Britt" to her grandchildren: Felicia Gardner (Chris), the late Rhonda Dimery (Boyd), Harry Page (Shelley), Treva Page, Georgia, Faith, and Samuel Sorenson; her great grandchildren: Aaron Gardner, Spencer Dimery (Chelsey), Paige Dimery, Emma, and Abram Page; and her great great grandchildren: Lana and Ramsey Dimery.
In addition to her parents, husbands, daughter, and granddaughter, she was preceded in death by her sister: Myra Louise Lambert and her two brothers: William "Billy" Vernon Lambert and Harold Eugene Lambert (Jeri).
The family will receive friends an hour prior to the service at Cox-Collins Funeral Home in Mullins, Friday, October 15 from 1:00 until 2:00 P.M. in the Chapel.
Mrs. Britt's service will follow at 2:00 P.M. there in the chapel with Rev. Chris Williams officiating. Burial will follow in Riverside Cemetery in Nichols.
A guestbook is available on the Cox-Collins website.
Published by SCNow on Oct. 14, 2021.