We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home - Northside
Virginia Kinnery Singleton was born on December 4, 1951, to the late Nathilee Kinnery and Robert Kinnery in Whitewhall, South Carolina. She graduated in 1969 from Colleton High School in Walterboro, South Carolina. With no jobs being available she moved to New Jersey. She stayed in New Jersey for 3 years and came back to South Carolina to marry her High School sweetheart, Ellis Singleton. They were married in 1972 and moved to Jacksonville, FL. To this union 3 children were born.
She began to working at Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Because of her determination and her work ethics, she was there for 33 years. Being raised in a Christian home, she knew she had to make preparation for this day. She accepted Christ in October 1978 as her personal Savior. She became a member of Hope Chapel Christian Assembly after she accepted Christ. She wanted to stay where her soul was being fed, so she was a faithful member until death. Because of having a servant heart, she became a member of The Saints of Glow. She believed in helping and caring for all people. Rather if they were a member of the church or not.
Virginia was preceded in death by her parents, Nathilee and Robert Kinnery. She leave to cherish her memories three children, Ellis Singleton (Kiesha) of Dallas Fort Worth, Texas, Glen Singleton of the home and Natalie Pascal (Kenny) of Jacksonville, Florida; one brother, Robert Kinnery (Susie) of Newark, New Jersey; three sisters, Emily Roseboro and Mary Rumph (David) both of Newark, New Jersey and Helen Graham of Whitehall, South Carolina; eight grandchildren; one great grand; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Sarah L. Carter's Funeral Home Northside is serving the Family.