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Raymond Singleton

July 19th, 1933 - May 30th, 2020

Visitation: Private Funeral Service:  Private

Raymond Singleton, age 86 of Fairfield Township, passed away on Saturday, May 30, 2020. Raymond was born in Hamilton, Ohio on July 19, 1933 to Ivan Singleton and Blanche Phillips Cook. He served in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict from 1950-1953. Raymond was a member of The North Fairfield Baptist Church where he enjoyed singing in the choir and teaching Sunday School. He enjoyed time with his family and took pride in the care of his lawn and flowers. On June 26, 1958 he married Addie Brewer.

Raymond is survived by his wife of 61 years, Addie Singleton; children, Erma (Floyd) Strack, Edward Singleton, Kimberly (Elliott) Farmer, William A. (Joyce) Singleton, and Timothy (Frankie) Singleton; his grandchildren; Ashley (Joshua) Francis, Jordan (Angela) Strack, Bryan (Brittaney) Farmer, Zachary Strack, Braxton Farmer, Jacob Haun, Alyssa Singleton, Rebekah (Trevor) Tabb, Mallory Singleton, and Noah Singleton; his great grandchildren, Parker Bell, Kaitlyn and Brayden Strack; siblings, Alice Worley and JoAnn Bolte; Raymond was preceded in death by his parents, and brothers; William and Leroy Singleton.

Funeral service will be held at the convenience of the family.  Condolences can be made at

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Bill and joan southard

So sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers for your peace. The peace that passes all understanding.

Darrell Mountjoy

From the Mountjoy family, we are sorry to hear about your loss.

Dave & Lee Berumen

Our thoughts and prayers are with you - it’s always hard to lose a parent.

Henrietta & Leo Caseltine

God bless you all.

Janine and Janet Ramsey

I was blessed to have known and sung with Bro. Ray and know he is happily singing around the throne today. Will always cherish my time with the "4Gs" Love and sympathy from the Ramseys.

John & Juanita Cobb

Our thoughts and prayers to Erma, Kim and the entire Singleton family in the passing of their father, grandfather, and husband. May good memories of conversations, laughs and times spent with him give you comfort. God bless all of you in this trying time.

Kathy M Storrie

We are so sorry for your loss. Ray Singleton was the kindest & most humble man who loved his Lord Jesus with all his heart and & tell jokes. I loved to hear him sing solos in church from the heart. He will be truly missed by all his family & many friends. He is probably still in shock after seeing his unbelievable mansion surrounded by millions of flowers. He is also enjoying hugging, talking & praising Jesus His Savior and all the relatives & friends. I can hear Ray saying, "Wait 'til Addy & the kids see all this!" It will be hard to not see him around anymore on this side of Heaven but we shall see Ray again in the soon Rapture for eternity! See 2 Thess. 2. When you think of Ray on his birthday don't forget to look up at the ceiling or sky & wave at him & throw him kisses because it will thrill him to know that you know he can see you! Yes, there are portals all over Heaven where our loved ones can check in on us to see what's going on so be on your best behavior. He can pray for you & cheer you on down here to not give up! Remember it's called "the great crowd of witnesses" . Until we meet again, Ray, enjoy God the Father on the throne, Jesus His Son and the Holy Spirit & all the wonders of Heaven for us! GOD BLESS THE SINGLETON FAMILY IN YOUR TIME OF THE PRECIOUS LOSS OF YOUR DEAR DAD GRANDFATHER, HUSBAND & FATHER IN LAW, RAY. YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS! LOVE, THE STORRIE FAMILY

Kim Farmer family

Kim family so very sorry for your loss sending prayers for you and family may God help you threw this trying times

Pam Sparks

Singleton family so sorry for your loss prayers for comfort and peace for your family Ray will be truly missed ! Addie and Ray so special to all of us at church . He's in the loving arms of our Lord now until we meet again

Patty Griessmann

Irma so sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. We will keep your family in our prayers . May God comfort you at this time and the days ahead. Ken & Patty Griessmann

Phyllis Campbell

To Addie, Kim and Elliot, Bob and I loved Ray so very much and I share in your grief and rejoicing. He is truly "Standing on Holy Ground" in "Buleah Land " now. To Erma, I am the widow of Bob Campbell who was a good friend of Floyd, Sr. My condolences to you and Junior. Sending prayers to all from Florida,

Rhonda Price

So very sorry for your loss. Wonderful people.

Tim and Jacci Rhymer

We are so sorry to see Ray go. He was such a kind and gracious man as well as a faithful husband. He left many wonderful memories to be shared by your family as well as the many people he touched throughout his life. God bless him.