Suzzanne Douglas, who passed away on July 5, will receive a special homegoing from her sorority, Delta Sigma Theta. The actress was 64.
According to TMZ, Beverly Smith, the National President and CEO of Delta Sigma Theta, confirmed that the 108-year-old organization would honor the television star with the Omega Omega service. The honorary service is the official final rite of passage and farewell for the sorority’s sisters.
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The outlet also reports that Douglas was inducted into the honorary membership in 2004 and served as Honorary Co-Chair of the National Arts & Letters Commission from 2013 to 2017. She was active in local, regional and national initiatives.
The When They See Us and The Parent ‘Hood actress died from complications of cancer.