To our Sister there's no one quite like you. Your smile, your laughter and the gentle hugs you gave. You not only spoke it, but you showed us how to always Trust God and that he was faithful to those ...

Audrey Mae Singleton

July 2, 1957May 9, 2019

Audrey Mae Singleton was born July 02, 1957 to George and Hattie Anderson in Beaumont, Texas. She attended Carver Elementary, Dunbar Jr. High and Herbert High School. She was a Magna Cum Laude graduate of McNeese State University with a Masters Degree in Education. She was a member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Suma Cum Laude. On January 6, 1975 she married B B Singleton and to the union Aaron and Joy. She began her Christian journey at the age of 15 as a faithful member of Christ Gospel Church, continuing until her death. She was a wonderful example to everyone on how to live your life for Christ. For the past few years she attended both Christ Gospel Church in Dallas and Destiny Church in Ft. Worth, Texas. She retired after 30 years of dedicated teaching service in Calcasieu Parish P.S.D. and Ft. Worth I.S.D. Her positions as Literacy Coach, Dyslexia teacher, Special Education teacher, Master Reading and Reading Recovery teacher and Cadre Trainer for the Avenue's ESL program were steppingstones for young students and teachers to obtain their goals in education. Audrey is preceded in death by her parents, George and Hattie Anderson; sister, Clarissa Anderson; grandchildren, Jeremiah and Karisma; and nephew, Jonathan Anderson. Left to Cherish her memory, husband, B B Singleton son, Aaron Singleton (Dixie); daughter, Joy Newkirk; grandsons, Joshua Newkirk, Devonte Singleton, and Robbie Mathews; sisters, Georgia Glover, Cynthia Harmon, and Barbara Lewis; brothers, George Anderson Jr., David Anderson, and Bruce Anderson; and a host of beautiful and precious in-laws; nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends.


  • Aaron Singleton, Honorary
  • DeVonte Singleton, Honorary
  • Montreal Newkirk, Honorary
  • Joshua Newkirk, Honorary


  • Visitation Thursday, May 16, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, May 17, 2019


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Stephanie Shaw

May 15, 2019

I was so blessed to work with Mrs.Singleton at Sunrise! She was always the sweetest lady willing to help and give pointers for some of my students. She was an instant motivator, and knew how to uplift the teachers and students. She will be missed. Prayers for her family and friends.

Tina Light

May 15, 2019

I worked with Mrs. Singleton at Sunrise Mcmillan. She was always a bright, happy face on days when I needed most. She was kind, loving, and dedicted. My prayers go out to her family. Rest in peace.

Margaret Lewis

May 15, 2019

I had the pleasure of meeting Mrs Singleton at Westeren Hills Elementary and she later came to Sunrise McMillan Elemenary. Seeing a familiar face with that warm smile was refreshing.
My son and daughter had the honor to be encourage by her as an genuine Master Educator.

Linda Watson

May 14, 2019

To my dear sister and a good friend, our lives were intertwined when our children got married, but the story didn't end there. Although our children are no longer together our friendship was sustained by a godly love that kept us in each others life until the end. We talk from time to time, and saw each other on Wednesdays at our BSF classes of which she introduced me to. She always talked about Jesus and her smile was contagious. She was always the same every time we saw each other. Loving, kind, always aking about our family and how things were going. I will miss my dear friend on this side but I know she is now resting in our Father's arms. No more pain, no more tears, rest my dear angel. I want say goodbye. I'll just say peace.

Linda Wise

May 13, 2019

To Audrey's family and friends: I have only known Audrey since the fall of 2018 when I met her at Bible Study Fellowship. I was fortunate enough to be in her small group. I quickly developed a deep respect for Audrey's love for God and her knowledge of His Word. My deepest condolences since I know you will miss her greatly. I rejoice with her that she is now in the arms of Her Savior and will be continually standing with the "great cloud of witnesses" (Hebrews 12:1) cheering us on to finish our own races with victory!
We are inspired by Audrey's godly example, and she will bear witness to the faith of life we now live.

Best blessings to you all,
~Linda Wise