Howard Wayne Singleton
October 17, 1960 – December 1, 2018
Howard " Wayne" Singleton was born October 17th, 1960 in Fresno, CA and passed away December 1st, 2018.
Wayne is survived by his wife of 29 years Debbie, Two daughters Ashley singleton of Fresno, Daughter Nicole ( Danny) Rodriguez of Fresno. Step children Tammy Enos of Menifee, CA and Jason Lindsey of Ft collins, Colorado. His Mother Quarah Singleton of Caruthers, CA. His brother Dennis ( Barbara) Singleton of Fresno, Darrell ( Lynette) Singleton of Fresno. Brother Robin Singleton of Caruthers and sister Lorraine Singleton of Fresno. Ten grandchildren, one great grandchild and various nieces and nephews .
Wayne graduated from Caruthers High School in 1979 and went to work for Densmore and shedlers for 10 years as a machinist. After that he worked another 20 plus years for Madera County Road Department when he finally retired . Wayne loved to make people laugh and always had a joke on hand to tell. He had a passion for cooking up some bbq for his friends and family. He loved to be outdoors but most of all he loved to spend time with his family. The Family would like to thank the staff at Clovis Community Hospital and Twilight haven for taking care of Wayne during his final months .
A graveside service to commemorate the life of Wayne Singleton will be conducted on Saturday, December 8th, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. in the Fresno Memorial Gardens .
Howard Wayne Singleton
December 7, 2018
There are no words that describe how much I already miss you. Your smile and laugh keep replaying in my mind. I know that now your at peace with no pain or worry and I know your watching over your girls. You always said the right things to make us happy. Your the greatest dad and no one can ever compare. We owe you so much for raising us to be kind and strong. I’ll never forget the things you’ve taught me and our talks.I know your listening even now. I love you more dad. Until I see you again.
December 6, 2018
This has been the hardest thing I have had to do, to say goodbye to you so soon. You taught me the ways around the kitchen to changing my own tire ( if i ever needed too). You were known for your jokes and making the best tri tip dinners and making real mashed potatoes.( not the boxed kind yuck!) I just hope you're proud of me and I'm living the best life you provided for me. Thank you for raising me to work hard for what I wanted and strong enough to do it by myself If I needed to. I love you Dad. This is isn't good bye...... its see you later .