Mary L. Singleton, 64, died at her home in Hendersonville, Thursday, November 25, 2010.
A memorial service will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, December 9, 2010, at Providence Baptist Church. The family will receive friends at 1:00 in the fellowship hall prior to the service.
I just recently learned of Mary’s death through the Western Carolina Alumni newsletter. Mary and I were great friends during college days and I will always treasure our special times together. She leaves a void in my life. Rest in peace my beloved friend. John Neal
Mary will be missed I just found out today of her passing. My prayers to the family. Mary was a regular customer at my McDonald’s.
So sorry to hear of Mary’s passing. We grew up in church together, sang a lot together, & attended LHE together. Mary was a good person and a good hearted person.We laughed a lot , too. She will be sorely missed. My love and sympathy to you all.
I am so sorry for your loss. Mary was a very caring person, she was a great teacher. I have known her for many years. She will be missed.
I’m just learning of Miss Singleton’s passing! My prayers and thoughts are with the family! Miss Singleton was my first grade teacher at Hillendale elementary school! I’ve seen her over the years around town and was always a very outspoken woman and one who knew what she wanted. I’m thankful I had the opportunity to know her! My sympathy to you all.
Our deepest sympathy with the family Miss Singleton was a fine woman and went out of here way to teach children she has touched many lives . God bless and comfort each and everyone .
I am very sorry to hear of Mary’s recent passing. I have known her for many years as her nurse at her physican’s office and more recently as a nurse at HHR. I always enjoyed speaking to her. She made a difference in many lives.
I have known Mary for several years. She was a strong advocate for the children of this county and I enjoyed working with her while on the school board for 8 years. She will be sorely missed. May God bless you at this time. Debbie Reemes Ford
Mary was a dear friend in high school. Was great to see her at our 40th reunion. Many good memories of the youth functions at First Baptist of Asheville.She’ll truly be missed.
Ms. Singleton was my first grade teacher and I loved her. She was so kind and had such a good heart.