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Elizabeth Beatrice SINGLETON Obituary
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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

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May 29, 2016
We in Scripture Union NZ remember with thanks to God, Elizabeth's kindness and hospitality, and her seemingly boundless energy. Hundreds of women will recall her loving care from their teenage experience of SUNZ camps on the Singleton property at Waipu Cove. Elizabeth's commitment to Christ was wholehearted, and she fully supported her husband Kit in his voluntary work with SUNZ - as a high school Chiristian group adviser, a member of the Northland regional committee and the national governing Council, and in recent years, an SU advocate speaking in many churches in Northland. We share in the grief of her passing, and we look forward to the day when death will be "swallowed up in victory." (I Corinthians 15:54)
May 29, 2016
We in Scripture Union NZ remember with thanks to God, Elizabeth's kindness and hospitality, and her seemingly boundless energy. Hundreds of women will recall her loving care from their teenage experience of SUNZ camps on the Singleton property at Waipu Cove. Elizabeth's commitment to Christ was wholehearted, and she fully supported her husband Kit in his voluntary work with SUNZ - as a high school Chiristian group adviser, a member of the Northland regional committee and the national governing Council, and in recent years, an SU advocate speaking in many churches in Northland. We share in the grief of her passing, and we look forward to the day when death will be "swallowed up in victory." (I Corinthians 15:54)
May 29, 2016
Thinking of you Kit and family.. Regards Barrie and Lyn Clark Rotorua..