Lucille Alma Seabrook Singleton was born on July 12, 1935 to the proud parents of the late George and Rebecca Seabrook. Lucille was educated within the Beaufort County school system and went on to earn an Associate degree in Education at the Low Country Technical College. She dedicated herself to work as a paraprofessional in the Math Lab at St. Helena Elementary School teaching students the fundamental of Math. In her spare time she loved to do outside work, travel, and be a pillar of the community. At a young age she accepted our Heavenly Father as her Lord and Savior, was baptized and became a member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. She met the man of her dreams, the charming, late Norman J Singleton Sr. Out of all of her accomplishments in life she always declared that through the ups and downs the best accomplishment she ever made was marrying the late Norman J Singleton Sr. They enjoyed traveling together from east coast to west and abroad. of the Mother Lucille Alma Singleton Well done good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things I will make thee ruler over many things enter thou into the Joy of the Lord. Matthew 25:23 After marrying her sweetheart, God gave her a vision to join and serve at the Israelite Baptist Church, where she continued to profess her love through faithful service to His cause. She dedicated her time to the administrative affairs of Israelite Baptist as secretary for many years, the President of the church choir and President of the deaconess board. She graciously served as the Mother of the church. Lucille “Alma” lovingly committed herself to the service and well-being of others. She was a true business woman. She had a gift to inspire others to excel. She leaves a lasting impression upon the hearts of many people. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Norman J. Singleton Sr., a son Edmond Singleton, a daughter Laura Singleton Brown, and two sisters: Rosa Lee Seabrook and Julia Orage, one adopted daughter Susie White, and one great grandchild Zachariah Singleton. She leaves to cherish her memories, six children: Norma J. Singleton Smalls (Roy) , Norman J. Singleton Jr. ( Sarah) , Brenda Singleton Bailey (Robert Thomas) all of Beaufort, SC, Roman Singleton (Gail), Clarksville, TN , Lorie Simmons, Jacqueline Simmons of Orlando, FL Twentytwo Grandchildren: Myeshia Singleton Dukes (Jamie), Rayford Jerome Singleton, Edmund Julius Brown (Laquida) , Roy Bernard Smalls Jr. ( Deetra), Salasha Smalls Singleton( Fred), Norman E. Singleton III, Tarina S. Singleton, Corette Singleton, Monique Singleton, Levar Singleton, Leontyne S.D. Singleton, Kenyia Singleton, Roman Singleton Jr., Latrell Odom, Jayda P. Singleton, Antoine O. Singleton, Stephanie R. Virgies, Marvin Cotton Jr. Akilah A. Bailey, Tahir A. Bailey, Brittany L. Horton and Michael M. Horton. Twenty- nine Great Grandchildren: Jasmyn A. Torrence, Carlos D. Torrence Jr., Tirah L. Dukes, Tyler L. Dukes, Edmund Julius Brown Jr., Ava Brown, Saleigh Smalls, Tahliyah Smalls, Jordyn Smalls, Tre’Vion Smalls, Rayford J. Singleton Jr., Iniijah Powell, Jahnyla Powell, Shylique Singleton, Nevaeh Singleton, Sanaii Singleton, Ziyon Singleton, Asia Singleton, Malik White, Carter Alston, Mekhi Lynard, Journey Singleton, Kalayah Singleton, Antoine Singleton Jr., Jaivus Singleton, Jackson Bowersox, Joshua Gearing, and Caleb Gearing. A devoted sister Jacqueline Seabrook, five brothers: Henry Jenkins (Essie), Benjamin Seabrook (Flossie), Willie Seabrook (Thelma), Francis Seabrook, Everett Seabrook (Rachel), all of Beaufort SC. Four sister in laws: Daisy Singleton, Earlene Rhodin, Jessie Capers and Annie Mae Creel, all of Beaufort,SC . One Goddaughter, Vera Singleton, Beaufort, SC. A host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.
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