CAMILLA -- Louise Singletary Etheredge, 98, of Newton, died Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at Camilla Retirement Center. Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m., Saturday, February 11 at Newton Baptist Church with interment in Midway Baptist Church Cemetery in Meigs. Rev. Jamie Sanders will officiate.
Serving as pallbearers will be Mathew Andrews, Robert "Bobby" Luke, Rodney Singletary, Gene Singletary, Frank Singletary, Preston Tucker, Wally Swilley and John Gaines.
Born November 21, 1913 in Thomas County, Mrs. Etheredge was the daughter of Early Reese Singletary and Ruth Roberts Singletary. Mrs. Etheredge was a retired school teacher having taught in the Thomasville County, Mitchell County, Baker County School Systems and Ravenwood Academy. She was a member of Newton Baptist Church. Mrs. Etheredge graduated from Ochlocknee High School in 1931 and Georgia State Women's College in Valdosta.
Survivors include two brothers, Terry G. Singletary of Pelham and Jerry F. Singletary and wife, Ginny of Panama City, FL; grandsons, James Autry Brooks, Sr. of Camilla and Paul Brooks and wife, Karen of Waycross; great-grandchildren, Emalee Brooks of Camilla, James Autry "Jay" Brooks, Jr. of Camilla, Justin Brooks of Waycross and Austin Brooks of Waycross; numerous nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m., Friday, February 10 at Parker Bramlett Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to Newton Baptist Church, P.O. Box 396, Newton, Ga. 39870 or Midway Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, Meigs, Ga. 31765.
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