In Memory

Dwayne Singleton

Dwayne Singleton

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05/26/19 05:17 PM #1    

Ben Hardin

Dwayne we have been friends since sixth grade when you emerged as a spectacular trumpet player. Later you became my client which I valued highly. I will miss you. 

05/27/19 02:06 PM #2    

Eileen McMillan (Koenig)

We had know each other since the 10th grade you were a good friend. So sorry to hear of your passing RIP my friend.

05/28/19 01:40 PM #3    

Dave Durham

Dwayne and I played trumpet together in the band and became good friends. Had a long visit at our 50th reunion... he was a good guy and I will miss him.

05/28/19 10:03 PM #4    

Corky Melass

I knew Dwayne and his older brother Beul since I was 8 or 9 years old. Even went to the circus with him and his family once. Dwayne and I shared the same jobs in the military, we were both in combat in Vietnam, he was a Navy Corpman and I was an Army Medic. After we got out Dwayne tried to get me to join him in becoming Mercenaries because Medics were in shortage. Sure glad we didn’t do that. Dwayne was a very caring and compassionate man. Good by old friend.

05/31/19 09:33 PM #5    

Eddie May

RIP Moonlight Gambler. Hope to see you again. You were a good friend from the old days.

06/01/19 12:18 PM #6    

Donnie Malone

K.D. —I will miss you cousin!! We had many great times together growing up with all the camping trips and adventures we went through with both our families! RIP Dwayne!! We’ll see each other again one day in the not so distant future!! Love ya man! Your Cuz-Don

06/02/19 02:42 PM #7    

Bill Marshall

I met Dwayne around the fourth or fifth grade. His mother,Hester, was my fifth grade teacher. He had a great sense of humor. He made me laugh a lot. The only reunion I remember him attending was the 50th. I walked up to him and called him by his nickname from junior high (not Mioonlight Gambler) but the one he had drawn on his PE white Tee shirt.....we both started laughing...he said I have not been called that in years. With his nickname and his “artwork” that marched the nickname....Coach Matlock told him to get rid of his Tee shirt...!!!! It was good to see him at the 50th and we had a good conversation. Rest In Peace my friend....and thanks for your service to our country.

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