Sue Ann Singleton Armstrong, 74, beloved Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Sister and Aunt, born Aug. 29, 1936, formerly of Vidor, passed away on Wednesday, May 18, in Houston.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Edward Earl Singleton and Jerry Armstrong and son Glen Edward Singleton.

She is survived by her daughter Carrie Sue Singleton of Houston; son David Earl Singleton of Fayetteville, Tennessee; step-son Brian Armstrong of Longview.

Grandchildren Lesley Wardwell Hempfling of Austin, Loree Wardwell Geiselhart of Houston, Edward Singleton of Plano, Paige Schloss of Meridianville, Alabama, Natasha Bowles of Fayetteville, Tennessee; and great-grandchildren.

Sister, Barbara and husband Joe Bob May of Vidor; and brothers Pat Day of Silsbee, Lynn Day of Bastrop, Kenneth Day of Bridge City; and many nieces and nephews.

Sue Ann graduated from Vidor High School in 1954, where she was a twirler and went on to become the Drum Major of the high school band. She married Edward Earl Singleton in 1954 and they enjoyed a full and happy life together until his death in 1968. Sue Ann worked at the Vidor State Bank for many years and retired from Vidor Junior High School as a teacher’s aide in 1996.

She married Jerry Armstrong in 1996 and they spent many years traveling around the United States. She moved to Houston in 2005 into the Westbrae Retirement Community to be closer to her family. At Westbrae, she was a member of the Red Hat Society and an Ambassador for the community where she enjoyed art classes, Bible study¸ outings with friends and was a feared bingo player. More than anything, Sue Ann enjoyed a good laugh and time spent with her family. She had a smile for everyone who crossed her path and made each and every person who was lucky enough to cross her path feel like they were the most special person in the world. She was an amazing woman, who will be deeply missed by all.

A gravesite service will be held on Thursday, May 26, at 2:00 P.M. at the Singleton Cemetery in Vidor.