Ada Ford Singleton award given to Foyle Hightower Jr.


For the Record An Ada Ford Singleton certificate of appreciation was presented to Foyle Hightower Jr. for his committed promise to Ada Ford Singleton, for being instrumental in supporting him to become elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives, that he would be fair and impartial to all the citizens. Also, for having a hand in her becoming the first black woman to be appointed to the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina from Oct. 15, 1979 to July 1, 1985. This presentation was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman, and Charles Ford Jr., co-chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on Sunday, Feb. 26, at First Presbyterian Church in Wadesboro under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Dr. Carl Dumford.


For the Record

An Ada Ford Singleton certificate of appreciation was presented to Foyle Hightower Jr. for his committed promise to Ada Ford Singleton, for being instrumental in supporting him to become elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives, that he would be fair and impartial to all the citizens. Also, for having a hand in her becoming the first black woman to be appointed to the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina from Oct. 15, 1979 to July 1, 1985.

This presentation was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman, and Charles Ford Jr., co-chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on Sunday, Feb. 26, at First Presbyterian Church in Wadesboro under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Dr. Carl Dumford.

For the Record An Ada Ford Singleton certificate of appreciation was presented to Foyle Hightower Jr. for his committed promise to Ada Ford Singleton, for being instrumental in supporting him to become elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives, that he would be fair and impartial to all the citizens. Also, for having a hand in her becoming the first black woman to be appointed to the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina from Oct. 15, 1979 to July 1, 1985. This presentation was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman, and Charles Ford Jr., co-chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on Sunday, Feb. 26, at First Presbyterian Church in Wadesboro under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Dr. Carl Dumford.
http://www.ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Ada-Ford-Singleton-Award-Foyle-Hightower-fz.jpgFor the Record An Ada Ford Singleton certificate of appreciation was presented to Foyle Hightower Jr. for his committed promise to Ada Ford Singleton, for being instrumental in supporting him to become elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives, that he would be fair and impartial to all the citizens. Also, for having a hand in her becoming the first black woman to be appointed to the Employment Security Commission of North Carolina from Oct. 15, 1979 to July 1, 1985. This presentation was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman, and Charles Ford Jr., co-chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on Sunday, Feb. 26, at First Presbyterian Church in Wadesboro under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Dr. Carl Dumford.
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