Lillie Mae Muldrow
Sunset: April 12, 2022
Lillie Me Muldrow was born on June 22, 1948, to Willie Singletary and Plenty Mae Singletary. She attended and completed school in Lake City, South Carolina, graduation from Carver High School. After completing high school, she had a son Keith Jerome Singletary of Lake City, South Carolina.
Sometime later she met and then married Mallie Muldrow Jr. of Lake City, SC. On July 3, 1969, in Williamsburg County. After getting married Lillie and her husband decided to move to Brooklyn, NY. Lillie was a hard-working woman, a devoted Christian woman who had another son, Mallie Fredrick Muldrow of Brooklyn, NY.
From the tenth month of 1970 until the seventh month of 1992, Lillie worked as the general manager for Hygiene Industries on 1177 Flushing Ave of Brooklyn, NY. When the company folded, she decided that she wanted to help the sick and ill. She then attended the Allen School for Physicians in Brooklyn, NY. She obtained her certified nurse’s aide license from the eighth month of 1992 until the first month of 1993.
On the second month of 1995 she began working at Carlton Nursing Home at 405 Carlton Ave of Brooklyn, NY where she also became a supervisor and worked until she retired. After retirement and becoming a widow, she decided to leave New York and her church home Little Missionary Baptist Church of Corona Queens, NY under the leadership of Rev. Dr. George Williams to return back home to Lake City, SC, and the East Lake City Holiness Church where it all started for her.
She leaves behind her two sons and their wives: Keith Jerome (Deloris) Singletary of Lake City, SC, Mallie Fredrick (Natanya) Muldrow of Brooklyn, NY; six-teen grandchildren including four bonus grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, two brothers and their wives: Christopher (Christine) Singletary of Pompano Beach, FL, Roscoe (Georgie) Singletary of Pompano, FL; her sister-in-laws: Theresa Singletary and Connie Epps Singletary; her brother-in-laws: Johnny Lee (Ela) Caldwell, Clint (Ola) Caldwell, Daniel and David Caldwell; Shirley Mae and Annie Pearl Caldwell, all of Lake City, SC; and a host of nieces and nephews, too many to mention.