Jul 12 2010 – Tramaine Hawkins
Tramaine Hawkins was once married to Walter Hawkins. They met when she joined The Edwin Hawkins Singers Choir. Tremaine and Walter had two children together. Their daughter and son are grown up now. Tremaine and Walter became grandparents to two grandchildren.
Walter Hawkins created the music group called The Heavenly Tones, which became renamed into Little Sister Band.
Tremaine Hawkins left the band to become a solo artiste in the 1970s. Tremaine attained success and was the first gospel singer to be signed up with Columbia records. After Tremaine and Walter were divorced, she later married Tommy Richardson Jr.
Tremaine and Walter’s two children are named Trystan Hawkins and Walter “Jamie” Hawkins Jr. Walter Jamie is a R&B singer. Tremaine has a daughter-in-law, gospel singer Myiia “Sunny” Hawkins; and two grandchildren, Jamie-Daniel and Jahve.
Tremaine Hawkins and Tommy Richardson have been married for 16 years and they live in Sacramento.
On July 11, 2010, Walter Hawkins passed away after a fight with pancreatic cancer. Bishop Walter Hawkins died at home at the age of 61.
Tremaine Hawkins, on the right.
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