• 79°

Angela Theresa Hall Singleton

Aug. 19, 1958 – Feb. 19, 2020

Natchez — Funeral services for Angela Theresa Hall Singleton, 61, of Natchez, who died Feb. 19, 2020, will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Holy Family Catholic Church with Reverend David O’Connor officiating.

Burial will follow at the Natchez City Cemetery under the direction of Webb-Winfield Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. until service time Saturday with the rosary beginning at 10:30 a.m.

Survivors include her children, Kimberley Singleton and Samuel E. Singleton; her mother, Naomi Webb Hall; former husband, Samuel “Sammy” Singleton; daughter-in-law, Chandra Singleton; grandchildren, Kya Singleton, Kamron Singleton, Pashance Posey, Cloye Singleton, and Paris Posey; sisters, Valencia Hall, Sophronia Hughes, Marie Hall, Naomi Hayes, Ursula Hall, and Mamie Hall-Landry; brother, Ibrahim Seki; brothers-in-law, Albert Hughes, Henry Woods, Kenneth Landry, Larry Singleton, and James Singleton, Sr.; sisters-in-law, Rhonda Singleton, Renee Singleton; aunts, Bessie Leake, Gail Williams, Peggy Hall; uncles, Wayne Hall and Willard Hall; and a countless number of nieces, nephews, family, and friends.

Angela Theresa Hall Singleton, known to many as Angie, was born on Aug. 19, 1958 in Natchez, Mississippi to Joseph Fleetwood Hall and Naomi Webb Hall. She was baptized at 3 weeks old at Holy Family Catholic Church and attended Holy Family School, Cathedral School, and Xavier University of Louisiana.

Angie, affectionately known as Daisy by her family, loved life and everything in it, often being the jokester of her sisters. Angie worked for Diamond International, Delta Career College, followed by employment at the Eola Hotel as Manager of Distribution and Sales until she retired. Being a good mother, grandmother (Nana), daughter, sister, aunt, and friend were things she prided herself in.

Angie was a very active member of Holy Family Catholic Church and its many ministries, even making certain to continue until her recent illness.

Angie departed her life on earth and entered into her heavenly home to join her Daddy, 12 years to the day of his passing. Words cannot express how much we are going to miss her; especially her wit, often making us laugh. Angie was preceded in death by her father, Joseph F. Hall; niece, Gabrielle A. Landry; nephew, Tony J. Hughes; grandparents, Claude Webb, Sophronia Cole Webb, Daniel T. Hall, Sr., Marie New Hall, and Helen Hall.

Crime Reports

Crime reports: Friday, July 10, 2020

Sports

Louisiana governor, lawmakers oppose canceling school sports

ACCS sports

Adams County Christian School recent graduate advances to national rodeo finals

Other sports

Softball round up: See what teams won recent games

News

Man leads police on chase in stolen Lexus with woman, young girl in car

Editorials

Bridgewater-Irving gets our pick for Ward 4 alderman

News

Coroner: DNA collected from remains found in boot, optimistic ID will be made

News

Concordia Parish municipal elections Saturday

News

Drive-in movies coming to downtown this weekend

Obituaries

Ruthie Lee Robinson Graham

News

Mississippi doctor on COVID-19: ‘This is bad stuff and nobody wants it.’

News

Mississippi’s largest hospital: ‘We are full,’ urges people to follow coronavirus rules

COVID-19

Adams County reports most active COVID-19 cases yet as state numbers rise

Obituaries

Elbert E. Smith

Obituaries

Monica Snyder

Crime Reports

Crime reports: Thursday, July 9, 2020

News

Ex-Fox News anchor, Mississippi native Shepard Smith to return on CNBC

News

Police say man set fire to neighbor’s pickup truck

News

Suspect arrested in burglary at Natchez Democrat office

COVID-19

Mississippi COVID-19 cases rising faster than nearly every country in the world — except three

News

COVID-19 hits dozens of lawmakers; state leaders beg Mississippians to protect themselves as virus rapidly spreads

Sports

NASCAR moving Watkins Glen race to Daytona road course

Sports

NFL’s stay-at-home order means no travel for training camp

News

COVID-19 testing alert a false alarm