Pauline (Samuel) Singletary

Pauline (Samuel) Singletary
Pauline (Samuel) Singletary

Pauline Samuel Singletary, 92, formerly of Chadbourn, NC, died Sunday, August 28, 2022, in Fairfax, VA.

The funeral will be 3:00 PM Saturday, September 10, at Peoples Funeral Chapel by Rev. Julian Pridgen.  Burial will be in the Faulk Cemetery in Bladenboro, NC.

Viewing will be at the funeral home Saturday 30 minutes prior to the service.

Surviving are her daughter, Robyn S. Chung of Sterling, VA; granddaughter, Kori Chung of Washington, DC.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Pauline Singletary Book Scholarship Fund at Heritage Fellowship Church. You can find the scholarship listed under “show all” at https://app.securegive.com/HeritageFellowshipChurch/heritage-fellowship-church/donate/category.

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