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Celebrating the life of...Margaret Singletary Lawson


Funeral Service: Thursday, February 2, 2017

12:00 p.m.

Brown New Calvary Baptist Church

200 Doak Street

Thomasville, NC 27360

Life’s Journey

Margaret Singletary Lawson’s life journey began on June 14, 1947.

She was born in Salters, South Carolina to the late Roy and Ollie Bryant Singletary.

Margaret graduated from Charles E. Murray High School in Greeleyville, South Carolina. She later moved to Thomasville, North Carolina where she was employed as an assembler supervisor by Thomasville Furniture Industries, Plant C until she retired. After retirement Margaret continued to worked at Ingles Market in the bakery department for several years. Knowing the importance of an active healthy life, friends and family could find Margaret on Davidson County Community Campus participating in aerobics or in the exercise room. If this was not enough she also stayed active with the Thomasville Senior Citizen club.

Margaret was an active member of Brown New Calvary Baptist Church where she loved working on the usher board, singing in the choir and doing mission work which went far beyond her community. She traveled twice to Honduras to help others. When Margaret slowed down to relax, she would enjoy watching a good game of basketball.

Surviving are her children: Loretta Lawson of Graham, NC, and Tony Lawson of High Point, NC, a grandson Demetrius Lawson of Trinity, NC, a sister, Frances (David) McClary of Thomasville, NC, three brothers: Abraham (Dannie) Singletary of Thomasville, NC, Leroy (Linda) Singletary of Brooklyn, NY, and Arthur (Betty) Singletary of High Point, NC, husband, Chino Lawson, two aunts: Louise Singletary of Brooklyn, NY and Carrie Bryant of Baltimore, MD, two nephews: Perez McClary of Trinity, NC and Abraham Singletary Jr., of Greenville, NC, three nieces: Stephanie McClary of High Point, NC, LaTrenda Singletary and LiAna Singletary both of Brooklyn, NY, and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.

Our family chain is broken And nothing seems the same But as God calls us one by one The chain will link again.

Prayerfully Submitted,

The Family

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