We regret to announce the passing of Cynthia Liavett Vance, 58, of Moncks Corner, SC who entered into eternal rest on Monday, February 7, 2022 at 7:13 AM at Roper St. Francis Berkeley Hospital in Summerville, SC. She was the loving wife of Gregory Vance: the loving mother of Kevin Singleton, Gregory Singleton, Marcus Singleton, Starr Singleton, Israel Vance, Brandon Vance, Peaches (Tawanna) Middleton, Roger (Lisa) Stephens, Micheal Joseph and Noah Joseph; she was the loving sister of; Lorraine Wilson, Dorothy Jones, Connie (Calvin) Myers, Charlene (Leroy) Simmons and Joseph (Shelia) Mitchell.
LIFE REFLECTIONS OF CYNTHIA VANCE
“I will lift up my eyes to the hills from whence comes my help. My help comes from the Lord, Who made heaven and earth.” Psalm 121:1-2
Mrs. Cynthia Liavett Singleton-Vance, the daughter of the late Alex Singleton, Jr.; and Charlotte Singleton-Mitchell was born on August 12, 1963 in Cross, South Carolina. In the early morning of Sunday February 7, 2022 she heard the voice of her heavenly Father saying “you have labored enough, now its time to enter into eternal rest”.
Cynthia, affectionately known as “Vet” was educated in Berkeley County schools and graduated from Cross High School in 1981.
At an early age Cynthia began attending Jerusalem United Methodist Church and eventually West Chapel Holiness Church where she accepted the Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ and she was committed to Christ ever since. She became a member of the West Chapel Holiness Church where she beautifully held her own in the soprano section. Cynthia moved to Pineville South Carolina and eventually became a member of St. Phillip Baptist Church. Cynthia had a strong passion for singing which led her being a faithful member of the original Voices of Cross, West Chapel Holiness Choir and The Dingle Ensemble. She also loved cooking and served as the Chairperson of the Kitchen Committee at St. Phillip Baptist Church along with various other auxiliaries in the church.
Cynthia was employed with DuPont-Dak Americas Cooper River Plant as a Security Officer for many years and served faithfully until her health began to decline.
Cynthia was free-spirited and always left a positive impression on whoever would allow it. Her love and compassion was definitely contagious. She was also referred to as “Mom” by many because of her unconditional love. Some would also refer to her as a taxi driver because she was always willing to provide transportation to those in need. Cynthia was devoted to caring for her family and she often placed others’ needs before her own. Cynthia was also known as the family comedian because she would make you laugh even when you’re most vulnerable. She even had a sense of humor in her weakest moments.
Cynthia is preceded in death by four brothers.
Cynthia leaves to cherish her fond memories, her husband, Gregory Vance, Sr.; her five loving children: Kevin Singleton, Gregory Singleton, Jr., Marcus Singleton, Starr Singleton, and Israel Singleton-Vance; four loving grandchildren that she raised in the home: Jalisa Duren, Kevin Singleton, Jr., Kamren Singleton, and Aubria Martin; five stepchildren: Brandolyn Vance, Peaches (JoVan) Middleton, Roger (Lisa) Stephens, Michael Joseph, and Noah Joseph; forty- nine grandchildren; three great grandchildren; four sisters: Lorraine S. Wilson, Dorothy Jones, Connie (Calvin) Myers, and Charlene (Leroy) Simmons; one brother, George (Shelia) Mitchell; five sisters-in-law: Theresa Singleton, Lottie Grant, Marcia Kelly, Tawanna (Alonzo) Pinckney and, Carla Gaillard; five brothers-in-Law: William (Clara) Vance, Kevin (Nikki) Gaillard, Lawrence Gaillard, Mitchell Gaillard, and Clarence (Paulette) Gaillard; a special friend, Mrs. Betty Dingle and a special Godmother, Marteen Saleem, along with a host of nieces, nephews,
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