About

Josiephine Randolph Streater Threatt was born October 2, 1903 in Hurstboro, Alabama to Reverend Robert and Sister Mattie Jordan Randolph. She was educated at Russell County High School. She departed this life on Thursday, March 4, 1993 and at the time of her demise, she was a widow.

She accepted Jesus Christ as her personal “Savior” during the year 1919 at the Jerusalem Baptist Church in Hurstboro, Alabama. After moving to Jacksonville, Florida in 1942, she united with the Jerusalem Baptist Church (Southside) under the leadership of the late Reverend Cooper. Upon relocating to the Westside of Jacksonville, she moved her membership to the Ephesians Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. W. L. Bell and served well for forty-five years. She was a Sunday School Teacher, President of the Deaconess Board, Trustee, Church Clerk and the Mother of the church.

She was also District President of the Gateway Baptist Association and Missionary Society of the State Convention.

Love, truth, dedication, devotion and humility will prevail in the minds and hearts of those who knew and loved her humble spirit. Her memory will forever live on through the lives of her family.