Edwin Singletary Obituary, Death – We regret to inform you of the demise of Edwin Willie Singletary, a cherished resident of North Zulch and a wonderful husband, father, and community member. On September 13, 2023, Edwin quietly passed away in his home, surrounded by his cherished family. Age-wise, he was 89. Edwin Singletary was the son of Willie and Mary Singletary and was born on November 3, 1933, in Madisonville, Texas.
Edwin was raised with a strong work ethic established by his parents, and he always had a smile on his face and welcomed life. All those who had the good fortune to know him were profoundly affected by his warm and giving character. Edwin was a devoted family man his entire life. He and his devoted wife Betty (Mize) Singletary spent more than 60 years of love and dedication, forging a union that was a pillar of support and affection.
Edwin was predeceased by his mother, Mary Singletary, father, Willie Singletary, and sister, Nell Dean. Even though Edwin’s physical presence is no longer there, his soul will live on in the hearts of all who loved him. Edwin’s surviving family members include his devoted wife Betty Singletary of North Zulch, Texas; sons Larry Singletary (Terry) and Robert Singletary (Deborah) of Saint Hedwig, Texas; daughter Lisa Henthorne (John) of Frisco, Texas; grandchildren Andy Singletary, Laura Singletary, Jackie Adams (Matt), Mandy Singletary, Michael Singletary, Scott Henthorne (Jenna), and
Funeral services will be place on Monday, September 18, 2023, at 2:00 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Madisonville, Texas, to commemorate and celebrate Edwin’s extraordinary life. The church’s pastor, Bro. Beau Beavers, will preside over the ceremony. Following is burial in High Prairie Cemetery. On Sunday, September 17, 2023, from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, a visitation will be held at Madisonville Funeral Home to provide family, friends, and community members the chance to pay their condolences and share their cherished memories of Edwin. Ronnie Dean, Gary Wilson, Rick Earp, Terry Dean, Chuck Heath, and Ray Brown served as pallbearers. The First Baptist Church deacons served as honorary pallbearers.