Dr. Sonja Eva Singletary M.D.
1952 - 2015
BORN
1952
DIED
2015
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Dr. Sonja Eva Singletary, M.D.
1952-2015
Dr. Sonja Eva Singletary, M.D., age 62, passed away on Wednesday, the 29th of July 2015 in Houston, Texas. She was born on a small family farm near Florence, South Carolina. After completing an accelerated undergraduate program at Clemson University and receiving her medical degree at the Medical University of South Carolina, Dr. Singletary finished her surgical residency at the University of Florida, including research in Tumor Immunology. She dedicated her entire surgical career to the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center with the firm belief that the Anderson was a "big happy family with the focus always on the patient." She was asked to join the M.D. Anderson staff upon completion in 1985 of a two-year fellowship; in 1987 she was named Chief of the Melanoma Section and in 1990 she became Chief of Breast Surgery.
Dr. Singletary became one of the premier breast surgeons in Texas and the United States. Her expertise in the clinical care of women affected by breast cancer was recognized in 1992 when she was named to a 17 member Special Commission on Breast Cancer by the President's Cancer Panel to assess the status of breast cancer research, detection, treatment and prevention throughout the United States. She also served on the Intervention Task Force of the Texas Cancer Council.
Dr. Singletary worked closely with basic and clinical researchers to identify genetic factors associated with development of breast cancer, to design more effective combination therapies and to implement prevention strategies. Her grasp of the complete breast cancer picture placed her in frequent demand as a teacher and speaker. Dr. Singletary authored numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, books, and patient educational CDs. Her concern and dedication provided the knowledge that now empowers women to make informed decisions and choices that affect their quality of life.
Dr. Singletary was the daughter of the late Josiah B. Singletary and Agnes Kull Singletary. She is survived by her beloved son, Benjamin Harkrider; her brother, Dr. Frank Singletary and his wife Gayle and their three children, Jennifer, Christopher and Brittany; her sister, Anna Marie Schuster and her two children, Douglas and Deanna; her sister, Dr. Loretta Singletary and her husband William Chounet and their five children, Joseph, Robert, Cassandra, Noel, and Jean Pierre.
The memorial service will be conducted at four o'clock in the afternoon on Sunday, the 2nd of August, in the Jasek Chapel of Geo. H. Lewis & Sons, 1010 Bering Drive in Houston, where The Rev. Bill Cole, Associate Pastor of Worship & Praise at Sagemont Church, is to officiate. The family will gather for a private interment at Memorial Oaks Cemetery at a later date.
In lieu of usual remembrances, memorials in Dr. Singletary's name, may be directed to a breast cancer research and education foundation of your choice.


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Published by Houston Chronicle from Aug. 1 to Aug. 2, 2015.
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Dr Singletry was a great Doctor and helped me when I had a diagnosis of breast cancer. I will ever greatful for her. God Bless her.
Carolyn Muske
July 27, 2020
I was both a patient, student and Colleague. I am just learning of her passing. I moved on to work in Boston. She was an amazing mentor and the best surgeon
Joan Pitcher
March 11, 2020
No puedo creer que tan maravillosa persona dejara esta tierra tan joven hacia los brazos de Dios. Nunca podré olvidarla, la Dra Sonja me salvó la vida de un sarcoma óseo en etapa muy avanzada. Estaba ya en etapa terminal, con 15 días de vida. La intervención quirúrgica duró 16 horas pero su cirugía fue todo un éxito. Mi nombre es Florenzo Schettino y vivo en Venezuela. Lamento su fallecimiento
Florenzo Schettino
Friend
September 26, 2019
Dr. Singletary was such a wonderful person. She saved my mother's life like she saved so many others. The world is definitely in need of her wisdom, foresight & determination. I just came to say she is still missed and still thought of fondly. Sending prayers of love and comfort to her son, family and friends.
Laura Dugey
June 19, 2019
I love you darling Eva. Thanks for coming into my life in 1970, 71 and 72. Rest In Peace sweet angel.
Frank Morning
October 17, 2018
RIH Dr.Singletary u saved my life ! Ur tha best ever I'm so glad to had meet you and u service me gone to soon I'm so devastated I no ur an Angel in Heaven God bless you an ur family !
Mary Thomas
August 1, 2018
I am so heartbroken to hear that my former Supervising Physician had passed and I had not heard. I worked with Dr. Singletary at MD Anderson Dept of Surgical Oncology, from the years 2000 until 2004. Dr. Singletary was the Best! She often talked about her beloved Benjamin and enjoyed being his Mom more that her prestigious career. Benjamin taught her what was most important in life of which she was so proud of him. As famous as she was as The Top Breast Cancer Surgeon, she was quite humble. She was my mentor whom I learned so much, not just in medicine but also as a mutual Mom!I know Dr. Singletary is in Heaven because she was a believer and often witnessed to patients in her own effective way. She brought me closer in my faith in God . She helped build my confidence and made me the clinician I am today!In her memory I will dedicate the rest of my career to pass forward her compassion and expertise, as well my dedication to my 4 children as a nurturing mother!God Bless you Dr. Singletary and Benjamin!

Blessings,

Elizabeth Sarabia-Cerda, MS, PA-C

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Elizabeth Sarabia Cerda
May 17, 2018
April 18, 2017- I just found out that the beloved Dr. Eva Singletary was called from this life in 2015. I am a 30 year survivor of breast cancer. She was my surgeon in 1986 and in 1991.I will forever be thankful to her for my life and for hope .
Katherine Evone Brown
April 18, 2017
I will always appreciate what you did and the hope you gave me. I am a 20 year survivor from breast cancer. The work you and Dr. Schusterman, made me feel whole again. You will be missed by your patients and family. The world has suffered a great loss......
gail hardwick
December 27, 2015
Mom,

I have uncovered such immense gratitude for what you gave me throughout my childhood up to me becoming an adult; whether that being you giving your utmost compassion to me, or the advice and support you endowed to me when I felt I had reached a road bump in life. It always brings me to a smile to think back at all the mischief you always saw through in me--knowing that I wasn't up to any good. Most important of all you never once exhibited fear in the darkest hours, you just always said, "It's going to be alright, and we'll just keep on moving." I will probably never meet another soul that has that quality--to show so much strength within fear itself. I miss and love you very much, mom. I hope you're having an unbelievable birthday bash up there. Probably fulfilling your dream of being on Broadway--still making people smile as you go.
Benjamin Harkrider
December 23, 2015
Lourdes Hernandez
October 12, 2015
She inspired me to become a breast surgeon. She was my mentor. She was the most down to earth person and a wonderful educator. I will forever be great full to her. She so loved her son Ben- your mom made a difference in the life of many people.
Sincerely
Dr. Shenin Sachedina
September 27, 2015
I was honored to know and work with Dr. Singletary for nearly 15 years. She was one of the most extraordinary people I have ever met--brilliant, funny, talented, compassionate, insightful. The world, especially the world of surgical oncology, is a poorer place with her passing.
Lorraine Cherry
September 23, 2015
Dr. Singletary was one of my most important mentors as a surgical oncology fellow at MD Anderson. She was compassionate, kind, and a positive influence for many. She was a leader in her field but was very supportive of her younger colleagues. I share the same memory as Dr. Carol Stelling of a well-dressed woman marching down the halls at a brisk pace with her entourage of fellows, residents, and nurses with a huge, enthusiastic smile on her face. Thank you and may God bless you Eva.
David J. Winchester
September 3, 2015
I just learned of Eva,s passing. I am saddened by know she fulfilled her purpose in this life.
Gayle Johnson-Wierzbicki
August 29, 2015
I knew Eva from high school. She was a serious student, of both the printed word and of life. She was talented and funny and although brilliant, she was just one of us. To read the accolades of her colleagues, patients and friends lets one know that this was a life well spent, however short. God bless you and your family and know that you are fondly remembered by all of the lives you touched.
Mamie Arrington Brown
August 29, 2015
I will always cherish my memories of Eva at Southside High School. She was always so kind and very sweet to everyone, and had a wonderful laugh. I recall hearing many years later that she was doing wonderful cancer research and helping patients fight this horrible disease. And it did not surprise me that she used her extraordinary talents in such a positive way. May you rest in peace Eva.
Jonnie Ann Britton
August 28, 2015
It is no surprise that Eva achieved greatness as a cancer surgeon. She was perhaps the most gifted person ever to walk the halls of Southside High School in Florence, SC. But even more memorable than her intelligence and achievements as a student, Eva was funny and kind. And she was always fashionable. If I remember correctly she made and possibly designed many of her own clothes. Those who knew Eva as an adult were truly fortunate. And to her family, I send lots of love. She was one of the great ones.
Dianne Lewis
August 28, 2015
I went to high school with Eva. She was beyond smart and a very kind person. She will be missed by many people. It is a great loss for the medical community and particularly for those affected by breast cancer. My sympathies to her family.
Beulah Lynn Prosser
August 28, 2015
"In Change, therefore, there is nothing terrible, nothing supernatural: on the contrary, it lies in the very essence of our lot and life in this world. Today is not yesterday: we ourselves change; how can our Works and Thoughts, if they are always to be the fittest, continue always the same? Change, indeed, is painful; yet ever needful; and if Memory have its force and worth, so also has Hope."
With fond memories.
Phillip Tanner
August 27, 2015
Eva, you were such a quiet, dedicated and outstanding classmate, and I have thought of you so often since we finished MUSC. You have accomplished so much with your life, and benefitted so very many patients with your knowledge and skills. Your classmates, colleagues, coworkers, and patients will all mourn your loss. God bless you and your family. Frank R. Graybeal, Jr., MD, FACR
Frank Graybeal
August 25, 2015
I was one of Eva's classmates and close friends at MUSC, Class of 1977, and then we were surgical residents at the University of Florida. She stayed there to complete her residency in general surgery, while I went to Emory University to complete mine in Neurosurgery. Eva was a ray of sunshine, an extraordinary woman. We all knew she was destined for greatness and she did just that becoming one of the top surgical oncologists in the world. She gave her life for M.D. Anderson. I only regret we did not remain in touch. Nevertheless, her lost saddens me despite nearly 40 years since our parting. I extend my sincere condolences to her family. I know she will be sorely missed by her colleagues at M.D. Anderson, her surgical residency team at the University of Florida, and her admiring classmates at the Medical University of South Carolina.--- Miguel A. Faria, M.D., Associate Editor-in-Chief and a World Affairs Editor of Surgical Neurology International, Clinical Professor of Surgery (Neurosurgery, ret.) and Adjunct Professor of Medical History (ret.) Mercer University School of Medicine
Miguel A. Faria, M.D.
August 24, 2015
My sister Sadie and I loved Eva. She was one of the sweetest doctors I've known. She sat at our table several times and her son one time, and ate with us at holidays and other occasions with her mother. We felt honored to have her in our home, I have things in my home that she gave us. I will always cherish them. My sister passed away 4 years ago, and three months later Eva's mother passed away. Her mother was like a part of my family. We are close to her children. Now Eva's gone. They are all in Heaven. One day I will see them again. I'm a cancer survivor and she encouraged me many times. Dr. Eva's work was finished here. Her little hands were tired, but they are resting now. Let me say to Benjamin, her brother, and 2 sisters, you will miss her, but you can go see her one day. She's looking down and smiling at all of you. My love and prayers go out to you. Love, Linda Coward, South Carolina
August 9, 2015
Eva was a very kind, compassionate, dedicated person. Above all, she loved and cherished her son Benjamin. Eva will be missed by all who were fortunate to have met her. Rest in peace.
Bill Chounet
August 8, 2015
My deepest sympathy and condolences for the family of Eva. I worked with Eva and am honored to have shared that time with her. She was an amazing, intelligent,compassionate, organized person, and an exceptional surgeon. She accomplished more than humanly possible for medicine and women. If she said she was going to do something, it was always accomplished to perfection. Her humor and practical style made working with her and difficult cancer situations a real pleasure. She always had your back and would go to bat for any issue or problem.
Benjamin.... your Mom loved you so much and you were the joy of her life. She loved to share her stories about you.
We should all learn from Eva's expertise and experience and be there to help each other during this difficult time,
Sue Madsen
Houston,Tx
August 8, 2015
May God comfort you during this time. God has a better future planned where Dr.Singletary will be able to enjoy life to the fullest without worrying about sickness or death ever again. May God keep her in his memory.
August 8, 2015
I truly wish there were more Eva's in the world. She was truly a great physician and dear colleague. I appreciated her advice and consel while both of us were at MD Anderson. My deepest condolences to her son and family.
Lovell Jones, Ph.D, FHDR
August 8, 2015
Ben, you don't know me but your mother was a blessing in my life. I had a good friend from Nebraska diagnosed with a late stage skin cancer years ago and his situation was dire. Your mom took the time to help him find a doctor to take his case and I believe his life was significantly prolonged due to the care he received. Without her influence, he would never have been seen so quickly. She was an amazing woman.
August 6, 2015
As a high school classmate, friend, and breast cancer survivor, I am saddened to hear of Eva's passing. What great accomplishments and wonderful comments from her colleagues and patients. To her family, I am lifting you up in prayer.
Myra Bazen
August 6, 2015
To the Family of Eva Singletary,
It has been many, many years ago that I attended school and church with the Singletary family in the small rural town of Coward, South Carolina. Their Father was an agriculture teacher at our school and her Mother became the art teacher. The entire family was so incredibly smart and gifted. I have one of your Mother's paintings hanging in my dining room. As I write this, I feel such pride that such a renown Doctor was once a member of this little community. I had several classes with her brother, Frank, who is also a doctor. I am so sorry for the family's great personal loss. I also know what a great loss this is to the world of medicine. Please accept my deepest sympathy. The Singletary family has made an impact each in their own right. May our loving Lord hold you all in the palm of His hand.
Elaine Matthews McElveen
Coward, South Carolina
August 6, 2015
To the family of Dr.Sonja Eva Singletary M.D>, I don't know if you remember me but,I (Joyce Powers) went to J.C.Lynch school with Frank,Marie,Eva and Lorrie and I was so sorry to hear this terrible news. She was always so sweet and kind to everyone and so smart. I just wish I could have know little Eva as Dr. Sonja Eva Singletary M.D. I have been on line reading all the articles about her and I was so very impressed with all she accomplished in her short life. But now she is at rest and is with her wonderful Mother and Father. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. I do know what you are going through, because I lost my brother Billy Powers and then my only child,Ricky Yarborough on 08-13-2013.
If any of you ever get back over to Coward, SC, give me a call and I would love to take you out for dinner and a visit.
Always,
Your Old Friend, Joyce Powers Singletary ( how about that I Married a Singletary)
Joyce Singletary
August 6, 2015
I was a patient of Dr. Eva Singletary in 1999. I am very saddened as I write to share my condolences to the family. Her passing is a tremendous loss to her family, the medical world, her friends and patients. I felt comfort and confidence having her as my doctor. She was very kind and caring.
While attending her memorial service it was very hard to say goodbye as she helped me. To her family, please know that in a person's lifetime if you can help others you can be considered successful. Dr. Singletary was definitely successful. Thank you for sharing her with me and many others. God Bless.
Angela Burns
August 4, 2015
I was saddened to hear of Dr. Singletary's passing. I heard her as a guest speaker at many meetings, and had the pleasure of meeting her in person when she spoke at a meeting in Toronto, Canada. We had a long chat and I asked her if she would arrange to have the MD Anderson newsletter sent to me. She agreed , but didn't write it down. I said "bet you'll forget !" She just smiled...next month, I began to receive the newsletter. It meant a lot to me as a community breast surgeon. She was such a busy devoted individual.
Douglas J Mirsky MDCM,FRCS(c) FACS
Douglas Mirsky
August 3, 2015
It was such a privilege to have known this talented and special woman and doctor. I had the privilege of meeting her through a collaboration with Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council and MD Anderson Cancer Center to develop a groundbreaking local and eventually national initiative to educate teen Girl Scouts about breast cancer awareness "In the Pink." Her support and dedication to launching this initiative was key to it's success. Many will be forever grateful and her legacy lives on in so many ways.
August 3, 2015
She was my surgeon almost 15 years ago when I had breast cancer. I loved her because she had a sense of humor and you can't go they that without humor. My sincere condolences
Debbie Wood
August 3, 2015
Eva was a dear friend and beloved doctor to many of us. Her style was straight-forward and honest. Her manner was so caring. She was a leader amongst women at M.D. Anderson for many years. We shall all miss her terribly. Prayers will be said for her son and family.

Michele Follen MD, PhD
August 3, 2015
I had the honor and privilege of working with Dr Singletary at MD Anderson for several years . She was truly one of a kind both professionally and as a person . Dr Singletary was an exceptional mentor providing great opportunities to her team . You will be missed greatly !! RIP Dr Singletary !!!
Attiqa Mirza MD
August 3, 2015
OMG, she saved my life! I had 3 types of breast cancers each 5 years apart.
I couldn't have made the decision for a bilateral mastectomy without her! I owe my life to her.
Darlene Priest
August 3, 2015
Dr Eva Singeltary was the type of person who was able to comfort and inspire all whose lives she touched. I am thankful for having had the good fortune to know her. May her family be comforted by memories of happy times
Carol Brady
August 3, 2015
I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Singletary when Tenneco developed a partnership with M.D. Anderson Cancer Center several years ago. I referred all our employees who were diagnosed with breast cancer to her. In addition to her skill and expertise, she was compassionate and understanding.
Her passing is indeed a great loss to M.D. Anderson and her patients.
Karen Miller
August 3, 2015
I had the pleasure to know Eva at Clemson and MUSC. I think we all knew even back then she was destined for great things. Sad to hear she has left the world at such a young age.
William Wilson
August 3, 2015
To the family of Dr. Singletary,
I had the privilege of being a patient of Dr. Singletary in 2007. What a blessing to have a world renowned Surgeon performing surgery on me. Right before I was completely sedated prior to surgery, she leaned in and whispered to me "I will take very good care of you"! How comforting to me to have her assurance before one of the scariest moments of my life. She did exactly what she said she would do. She took great care of me. An excellent Surgeon and she will be missed. So sorry to read of her passing. Sorry I missed her service. RIP Dr. Singletary!!
Phyllis Loeb
August 3, 2015
Lorraine Wilson
August 3, 2015
Eva was a tremendous inspiration to me at SHS in Florence, SC. She showed me many years ago that the world needed, and would embrace, a strong, competent and caring female in a traditional male role. My deepest sympathies go to the family.
Wanda Fields Bartschat
August 2, 2015
I had the pleasure of rotating on Dr. Singetary's service as a resident. She was a true blessing to all who knew her.
Rob Cook
August 2, 2015
Eva was one of the finest people ever to work at M. D. Anderson. I enjoyed her for my 17 years there. She was a media favorite. I am moved to see the photo of our Buddy Check group -- together we broke ground on a pioneering project to promote breast cancer awareness. It won a national community service Emmy Award with our partner KPRC-TV. Eva was key to that success and so many media efforts to educate women about breast cancer. She was classy in every way. A terrific role model for professional women and all doctors, beloved by her patients. She will be missed terribly.
August 2, 2015
What a sad loss to her family and the medical community in Houston and those she taught throughout the world. As a Breast Cancer survivor and a cousin, she has impacted my life since she was a little girl growing up on a SC farm.
Barbara mcGill
August 2, 2015
I worked with Dr. Singletary for many years in the Faculty Senate Office. She was a class-act, a beautiful person inside and out, a wonderful doctor, and will be missed by colleagues, patients, family, and friends. I am extremely saddened to learn of her death, and would have attended the visitation had I been aware of this a bit earlier. As I write this, the service is being conducted. Our loss and Heaven's gain!
Jeannie West
August 2, 2015
What a huge loss. She was both a wonderful doctor and a wonderful human being. She will be greatly missed.
Kathy Butler
August 2, 2015
I had the great fortune of working with Dr Singletary for many years as her nurse, she was amazing, i often said she had a sixth sense when it came to breast cancer. She taught me everything i know about breast cancer treatment and about MDAnderson. I loved her and respected her so very much. She was a pioneer for women in surgical oncology being the first female president of the society of surgical oncology and she was a tireless advocate for all of her patients. Her legacy will forever live on in the Breast Care community and i will always feel blessed i was able to share fond memories with her. There will forever only be one Dr Singletary.
Theresa Johnson
August 2, 2015
Dr. Singletary was my Doctor for many years at MD Anderson. It was always an honor to be her patient. It was always a joy to see her. She was so very kind and professional and gathered the best staff around her. She was a great Doctor and a great lady.
Fran Fawcett Peterson, Houston TX
August 2, 2015
She was a wonderful person and a caring aunt. I'm sure we will all miss her dearly.
Joseph Jakubs
August 2, 2015
Precious Cousin Eva, My heart is so saddened by your passing. I cherish so many memories from our times on "the farm" in Coward and at Clemson. I am so proud of the legacy you created as a surgeon, a researcher, a sister, a mom, and a friend. You will be greatly missed. All of us in South Carolina cherish your memory and pray for God's peace and comfort for Benjamin, Loretta, Anna Marie, Frank, and their families. We love you, Eva! Rest in peace! Love, Your cousin, Carol Sue
Carol McNeely
August 2, 2015
Lovell Joned
August 2, 2015
Dr. Eva Singletary was my inspiration. I worked at her side for many years as an Advanced Practice Nurse at MD Anderson. I experienced first hand her compassion, dedication, and determination to do the very best for each of her patients.
The world has lost not only one of the finest surgeons but a dedicated mother and an advocate for each of her patients. My sympathies to her family on her loss. God opened his arms and said, "Come to me". She will never be forgotten.
Alice Judkins
August 2, 2015
She had performed by biopsy 20 years ago. I was a urology resident from Turkey then, who had come to MD Anderson for treatment. I'll never forget her smiling face and how she told me to have a positive look on things and believe that I'd get well. My prayers are with her & her family.
Ahmet Erozenci M.D
Ahmet erozenci
August 2, 2015
Dr. Eva Singletary was an extraordinary physician, surgeon, and teacher. She was world renowned for her expertise in Surgical Oncology, and was a much sought after speaker and lecturer across the globe, more so than any other physician other than Dr. Mickey LeMaistre, our second President.I am grateful to have worked with Eva, to have called her friend, and for the comfort of knowing my own surgery would be performed by her. This is a big loss for Surgical Oncology, and for all who knew and loved her, most especially her family and her beloved son, Benjamin, who she spoke of often, and with great light and great pride in her eyes.
Thank you, Eva!
Leslie Bean
August 2, 2015
She was my husband's surgeon many years ago and we loved her. I worked with her during my many years at MDA and she was always so kind and helpful. She is a special person and loved by many. May she rest in peace.
Micha Gregory
August 1, 2015
My prayers are with the family and friends of Dr. Singletary. May the love she shared with you be in your hearts always. The world has
lost a gifted surgeon but her spirit lives in the hearts of all who knew her. Sharron Moreland
August 1, 2015
I remember Dr. Singletary fondly, she was one of the best surgeons (and here were many) I have ever worked with during my days as a Patient Care Coordinator at MD Anderson. Her ability to inspire confidence was unparalleled, her patients loved her. My sincerest condolences to the Singletary family!
Eduardo Guity
August 1, 2015
My deepest sympathy to Dr. Singletary's family. She was my doctor and I she helped me to get through my problem. I counted on her to help me. I am very sorry for your loss. I know the medical world will miss her.
Carolyn Muske
August 1, 2015
Dr. Singletary was a wonderful human being and took excellent care of patients. I called her my friend. She has earned her rest with the Lord.
Lorena Collier
August 1, 2015
I am saddened to learn of Dr. Singletary's death. I cherish my memories of her during the nearly 10 years we were colleagues at M D Anderson Cancer Center 1993-2002). She was always professional, focused, and patient centered in her approach to the individual with the diagnosis of breast cancer. I looked forward to seeing her come around the corner with her entourage, always announced by the brisk sound of her high heels on the hard clinic flooring.
Later, I became a patient myself and benefitted from her surgical skill and expertise. My condolences goes out to her family, friends and many colleagues.
Carol B. Stelling, MD
August 1, 2015
My deepest sympathy to the family. Dr. Singletary was my surgeon and even more, I counted her as friend. This is a great loss to all of us.

Pete Sadler
August 1, 2015
Deepest sympathy to the family for this great loss. There is a depth of compassion felt for you. The loving kindness of God can sustain you through this difficult time and in the days ahead. May you have a measure of comfort sharing the loving memories that are in your hearts.
Lewises
August 1, 2015
I wish I could have been half the physician you were. Your passing is a great loss. "This world was never meant for one as beautiful as you." Love you, Eva
Marsha McNeese
August 1, 2015
She will be remembered as a kind,competent surgeon. So sorry she is gone
She made a difference in my life and my family.So fortunate to have had her services and care. With sympathy
Arleen znosko
August 1, 2015
Dr Singletary was one of the most premier breast surgeons of her day, and someone who was awe-inspiring to her patients, colleagues, and trainees alike. I feel so special to have worked so closely with her, and learn a small fraction of her vast knowledge of breast cancer. In addition to being an amazing breast surgeon, she was such a compassionate human being, who seemed to be able to roll with the punches with barely a hint of anger or ill will. This is a big loss, indeed...
Allison Perry
July 31, 2015
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