Earl Singer

[10 JUL 1931 - E1 - 20543 - 3 NOV 2015]

Earl Singer Eulogies

AOG Testimonials



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Earl Singer and Durf McJoynt
[DC Party - DEC 2014]



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Earl Singer - Durf McJoynt - Dan Troyan
[DC Party - DEC 2014]



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Earl Singer and Billy Arthur
[DC Party - DEC 2014]



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Earl and Margit Singer - Durf McJoynt
[DC Party - DEC 2011]



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Barb Blahuta - Margit and Earl Singer
[DC Party - DEC 2009]



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Earl and Margit Singer
[DC Party - DEC 2009]



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Bob Strati and Earl Singer
[DC Party - DEC 2009]



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Margit Singer - Barb and Norm Blahuta
[DC Party - DEC 2008]



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Earl Singer and Marcia Cathey
[DC Party - DEC 2008]



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Earl Singer
[DC Party - DEC 2007]



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Earl Singer and Bob Strati
[DC Party - DEC 2007]



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[50th Reunion Bio]



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Sitting: Pat and Bob Strati - Earl and Margit Singer - Norm and Barb Blahuta - Standing: Jay (son) - Mary and Jim Keegan - Leigh Keegan (daughter) [50th Reunion]



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Bob Strati with Earl and Margit Singer
[DEC 2004]



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Row 1: Emanuela Spadoni (our Mama Mia and Grand Circle's Tour Guide) - Row 2: Gale/Paul Antell - Donna Ludwig - Sue Taylor - Tatyana Sigal - Mary Gallion - Angee Fikaras - Greta Masson - Mary Monahan - Lo Dienst - Marlowe Viney - Pat Strati - Margit Singer - Pat Vitty - Row 3: Georgie Regnier - Trudy Lichtenberg - Anna Bates - Bob Chapman - Bill Taylor - Mike Stevenson - Pete Fikaris - Dan Ludwig - Barbara Johnson - Carla Hilbert - Val/Al Bundren - Bob Strati - Carol Qually - Phyllis Chapman - Val Schroeter - Dorothy Kane - Row 4: Dick Regnier - Danny Dienst - Rod Vitty - Diane/Phil Enslow - Andy Johnson - Don Hilbert - Kelly Lichtenberg - Jim Kane - Lloyd Qually [JUN 2004 Italy Trip]



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Closer Look
[JUN 2004 Italy Trip]



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Closer Look II
[JUN 2004 Italy Trip]



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Row 1: Bob Strati - Rod Vitty - Marlowe Viney - Pat Strati - Margit Singer - Lloyd Qually Row 2: Emanuela (The Guide) - Tatyana Sigal - Dick Regnier - Georgie Regnier Laura (hostess) - Bob Chapman - Phyllis Chapman (hiding) - Carol Qually - Val Bundren Row 3: Don Hilbert - Carla Hilbert - Pat Vitty - Al Bundren - Dianne Enslow - Phil Enslow - Jim Kane - Dorothy Kane (hiding) [JUN 2004 Italy Trip]



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Front: Trish (Marlowe's daughter) - Joe and Connie Franklin - Trudy Lichtenberg - Margit Singer - Hostess - Marlowe Viney - Rear: Marcia Cathey - Kelly Lichtenberg - Pat and Rod Vitty [Eastern Europe Great Rivers Trip Home Hosted Lunch - 2003]



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Singer's and McNair's
[DEC 2001]



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Singer - Jim Ryan - Strati - Blahuta
[DEC 2001]



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McNair - Dugan - Singer - Arthur - Blahuta -
Cathey - Strati [E-1: NOV 2000]



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E-1 Firsties - 1st Row: Nidever - Olive - McNair - Lapham (CO) - Nordlie - Cathey - Keegan - 2nd Row: Dugan - Burrus - Norm Smith - 3rd Row: Daly - Strati - Muller - 4th Row: Blahuta - Arthur - 5th Row: Ralls - Hinrichs - Richie Johnson - Singer - Coleman



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E-1 Plebes - 1st Row: D. Macdonald - Leaver - Dugan - Daly - Schriefer - Burrus - 2/3 Row: Blahuta - Coleman - Hinrichs - Singer - Strati - 4/5 Row: Nordlie - R. Johnson - Wuerz - N. Smith - Kirk - 6/7 Row: McNair - Olive - Keegan - Ralls - Lapham - Cathey - Muller - Nidever



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Rollie Nordlie - John Reed - Earl Singer
[Signal Corps Movie - 1955]



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Bill Parks - Rollie Nordlie - Ed Zaborowski - Earl Singer - John
Reed - Tom Price - Jim Bergen [Signal Corps Movie - 1955]



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2012 AOG Online Register Entry

Register Glossary



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Earl Vinton Singer, Jr.

Earl Vinton Singer, Jr. was born on 10 July 1931 in Dover, New Jersey and was appointed to West Point from the 5th Congressional District of New Jersey. He was in Company E 1 and ran Cross Country his Fourth, Third, Second and First Class years. He graduated on 7 June 1955 and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the US Air Force.


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Earl (Vin) Singer called me today to advise that his dear wife, Margit, passed away early this morning, Tuesday, January 21, 2014. You will recall that you had added Margit to the Class Prayer list back in October following her extended illness which had included kidney failure, dialysis, kidney transplant years ago, followed by the onset of Alzheimer's and finally a broken hip, which took her to the hospital, where complications developed from which she never truly recovered.

She was returned home under Hospice care on October 24, when Vin called me saying she was expected to live only a couple of weeks. Under the loving care of the family at home, Margit rebounded, strengthened somewhat, began sitting up, eating, and enjoying company. Surprising everyone, including doctors and nurses, she lived for almost three months in the home environment, even in her terminal condition. But, her illness was too grave and the Lord called her home very early today, surrounded by her loving family who had cared for her so tenderly. May she now rest in the arms of the Almighty.

Margit's body will be cremated and inurned, with burial at a later date in Arlington National Cemetery. Vin will advise on those actions later.

Those wishing to express their condolences may reach him at his e mail: earlsinger08@comcast.net or at his home address: 1605 North Herndon Street, Arlington, VA 22201.

CARL

Carl H. McNair, Jr.
21 January 2014


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Margit G. Singer

(December 3, 1936 - January 21, 2014)

Margit was born on December 3, 1936 and passed away on Tuesday, January 21, 2014.

Margit was a resident of Arlington, Virginia.

Obituary
Tributes.com


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Earl V. Singer

It is my sad duty to inform you that Earl Singer died yesterday after suffering a stroke. He died in Arlington, VA and was preceded in death by his wife Margit. His two daughters, Kirsten and Devon Singer are his next of kin.

Services have not yet been scheduled, but burial is planned at Arlington Cemetery at a date to be determined. More details will be provided as they become available. Norm Blahuta, his West Point roommate, has volunteered to serve as LCA and will represent the Class at the services Earl's Personal Web Page can be seen at:

http://www.west-point.org/class/usma1955/PWP/SingE.htm Be Thou at Peace...

~jackC
Jack Campbell
4 November 2016


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Earl V. Singer

On June 8, 2016 Earl (Vee) and Margit Singer were honored at a graveside service at Arlington National Cemetery by family and friends on a bright sunny day. The honor guard salute of three crisp cracks echoed across the open ground with the Washington Monument looming in the background. After the playing of taps, the flag was presented to their older daughter, Kirsten.

Kirsten and Devon, Vee and Margitís daughters, and their families invited all to a reception at Kirstenís
home in Arlington. There, we celebrated the lives of Vee and Margit in a friendly atmosphere of good
cheer and good food prepared by the family. We reminisced about Vee and Margit meeting in Germany
where Margit lived. When Vee was re-assigned to the U.S. he and Margit returned together to be married
in New York in 1958.

Vee was a born track man.He held track records at Penn State where he attended prior to coming to
West Point. As far as we know, he still holds one of these records today. At West Point, Vee continued
his outstanding performances. In one of his victories at West Point, the last race, a relay, would
determine the winning team of the track meet. Vee was the anchor man. When he was handed the
baton, the opposition leader was so far ahead, he could not even see him. However, Vee quickly closed
the gap and won the race!

We hope that he is running at full speed on an endless track. Enjoy the run . . .

Norm Blahuta
8 June 2016


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