Howard Eugene “Gene” Singleton

Published 11:35 am Friday, October 26, 2018

Howard Eugene “Gene” Singleton

October 24, 2018

Howard Eugene “Gene” Singleton, 67, of Brinson, Ga., passed away Wednesday, October 24, 2018.

Email newsletter signup

The funeral service will be held at 4 p.m. on Friday, October 26, 2018, at Ivey Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Andy Hall and Rev. Doug Hall officiating.  A private interment will be at Delwood Baptist Church Cemetery with Harry Sullivan, Darren Singleton, Ryan Simpson, Jeff Simpson, Blake Simpson, and Gerald Franklin serving as active pallbearers.

The family will receive friends immediately following the service at Ivey Funeral Home Chapel.  Online visitors may sign the guest register at

Memorial donations may be made to Delwood Baptist Church Building Fund, 480 Delwood Church Rd., Camilla, GA 31730.


Howard Eugene Singleton was born October 13, 1951, in Bainbridge, Ga., the son of Oscar George Singleton and Clara Juanita Elders Singleton.  He was a graduate of Bainbridge High School.  Gene was a farmer, and after his injuries, he remained a farmer at heart all his life.

Mr. Singleton loved bird watching and spending time in his garden raising flowers.  He was a people person and enjoyed spending time with children and animals.  He will always be remembered by those who loved him and a man with a big heart.  He never was one to complain despite his medical condition, and he lived by the slogan to “never give up.”  He was a man that people really looked up to.

Survivors include his sister Pamela Singleton Simpson and her husband, Roy, of Bainbridge, Ga.; his mother, Juanita Singleton of Bainbridge; his aunts, Janice Singleton Worsham and her husband, Larry, and Diane Singleton, both of the Delwood Community; his nieces and nephews, Ryan Simpson and his wife, Lisa, of Cordele, Ga., Jeff Simpson of Bainbridge, Blake Simpson of Cordele, and Ansley Simpson of Cordele.  Mr. Singleton was preceded in death by his father; and his brother, Dennis Singleton.

The family would like to extend their warmest thanks to all of the caregivers through the years.