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John Singleton, ‘Boyz N the Hood’ Director, Dies at 51


His first film, which he began shooting when he was in his early 20s, earned an Oscar nomination for best director — the first for an African-American.

John Singleton, African-American Film Pioneer, Dies at 51


He was best known for directing the 1991 film “Boyz N the Hood,” a coming-of-age story set in South Central Los Angeles.

John Singleton, ‘Boyz N the Hood’ Director, Dies at 51


His first film, which he began shooting when he was in his early 20s, earned an Oscar nomination for best director — the first for an African-American.

Raynoma Gordy Singleton, an Early Motown Force, Dies at 79


Ms. Singleton, Berry Gordy’s second wife and his partner in the label, helped run some operations, wrote arrangements, produced records and even signed Stevie Wonder.

Don Singleton, 77, Dies; Daily News Reporter Examined Corruption


Mr. Singleton, who worked for The Daily News in New York for four decades, wrote about gamblers and tax evaders as well as corruption in the Fire Department and its unions.

Shelby Singleton, Nashville Producer, Dies at 77


Mr. Singleton was a colorful Nashville record producer and entrepreneur who resurrected the historic Sun Records catalog.

Henry E. Singleton, a Founder Of Teledyne, Is Dead at 82


Henry E Singleton, co-founder of Teledyne Inc, dies at age 82; photo (M)



SINGLETON-GREEN-Allan. On November 24, 1998. Devoted husband of Patti Gill, loving father of Allanby and Hilary. Born in Manchester, England, raised in Yorkshire. Graduate of Hymer's College in Hull, the University of Cambridge (Clare College in 1951, with Honors) and Harvard Business School in 1953. Served as a Radio Engineer in the Royal Navy. Retired after 34 years as a Management Consultant and Actuary at Metropolitan Life Insuance Company. Securities firms Consultant and Professor of Mathem ...



BURNS-Marie Virginia (Singleton), January 9. Resident, NYC 1909-1934; Huntington, NY, 1950-87. Widow, Grumman retiree, William J. Burns. Mother Patricia Spaltro, Lisbeth Fisher Burns, Claudia Burns and William J. Burns, III, Grandmother, Anthony Spaltro, David Coleman, and Christopher and Alec Burns. Graduate Julia Richman High and Hunter College. Memorial service at 10 A.M., on May 23rd, at Old First Church, Huntington. Interment 11:30 A.M., Nassau Knolls, Port Washington. Donations Salvation A ...

Paid Notice: Deaths SINGLETON, DOLLY M.


SINGLETON-Dolly M. On November 19, 1997. Memorial service was held on November 22. Beloved wife of the late Harold Singleton.

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