Sallie M. Singleton
Mrs. B. E. (Sallie Marshall)
Singleton, 92, of 418 E. Ninth St., Washington, died Wednesday, April 14, 1999, at
Beaufort County Hospital in Washington.
A funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at First United Methodist Church in Washington, with the Revs. Milton T. Mann and Polly Taylor officiating. Burial will follow at Oakdale Cemetery.
John Charles Singleton Jr., Marshall Wayne Singleton, Greg Howard, Mike Fones, Sam McClure and Jeff Morrison will serve as pallbearers.
Mrs. Singleton was born Sept. 26,
1906, in the Middleton Community of Hyde County, the daughter of the late John Oscar and
Mary Margaret Boomer Marshall. On Nov. 29, 1924, she married Bonnie Elwood
"B. E." Singleton, who preceded her in death on May 15, 1983.
Mrs. Singleton was a member of
First United Methodist Church in Washington. In the church, she was a charter member of
the Women's Bible Class, where she served as president. She was a member of the Lib Talley
Circle of the United Methodist Women.
Survivors include a daughter, Gloria Singleton Howard of Washington; three sons, John Charles "J.C." Singleton, Sr., Bonnie E. "Googie" Singleton Jr. and his wife Doddie and Marshall Todd Singleton and his wife Brenda all of Washington; a sister-in-law, Bessie Marshall of Virginia Beach, Va.; seven grandchildren, John Charles Singleton Jr., Marshall Wayne Singleton, Bonnie Howard Fones, Greg Howard, Ranee Singleton, Buffa Todd Singleton McClure and Sarah Singleton Morrison; eight great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Singleton was preceded in
death by a daughter, Elizabeth Todd Singleton; two sisters, Hannah M. Overton and Annie M.
Daniels; and four brothers, Tom Marshall, Hubert Marshall, Will Marshall and Northan O.
The family will receive friends at
418 E. Ninth St., Washington, prior to the funeral and following the Oakdale Cemetery
The body will lie in repose at
Hillside Funeral Service in Washington until 1:30 p.m. Friday. Then, it will be taken to
First United Methodist Church in Washington, where it will lie in repose prior to the
Memorial contributions may be made
to First United Methodist Church or the Women's Bible Class, both at 304 W. Second St.,
Washington, N.C. 27889.
Arrangements are by Hillside
Funeral Service in Washington.
Washington Daily News April 15, 1999