Bertha “Bert” Loretta Singer

Bertha “Bert” Singer

Bertha “Bert” Singer, 86, of Bryan, passed away with family at her side on Sunday, March 15, 2020. Family only is invited to a time of visitation from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center in Bryan. Bert’s life will be celebrated with a graveside ceremony at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 20 at the Bryan City Cemetery. The family extends their regrets services are restricted to family only as a precautionary measure.

Bert was born August 11, 1933 in Burleson County, Texas, to Henry and Lottie Odstrcil. She graduated from Bryan High School and lived in Alice, Texas where she was President of Guaranty Title & Abstract Company for many years. She and her husband, William “Bill” Singer, moved to Bryan in 2013, where Bill passed away in 2017.

Survivors include her daughter, Susan Singer and husband Bob Hunt; son, William M. Singer Jr.; sisters, Ruby Fuller, Henrietta Cunningham, Lottie Ann Arnold and Helen Weiderhold; brother, Robert Odstrcil and wife Carolyn Odstrcil; granddaughter, Skye Singer Banda and husband Adam Banda; and her great-grandson, Grayson Banda.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to Hospice Brazos Valley at
502 W. 26th St., Bryan,
TX 77803.

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  1. I miss my Aunt Bertha. She is a loving, beautiful angel at God’s side now. Rest in peace. Praying for our family.

  2. Very sorry to have lost Bert. She was a Optimus positive loving caring soul. I only got to really connect with her these past two years and wish I could have known her sooner. Unfortunately I will not be able to be with you all for her final journey but my heart will be with you all. God Bless all of you, my wonderful family. Love April Singer

  3. I am so sorry for your loss of this beautiful, smart, amiable, loving woman. She was a good friend of mine for 30 years in Alice, TX. We played bridge together, shopped together, had meals with her and Bill, were on numerous committees together and talked on the phone for hours. She will truly be missed!

  4. Aunt Bert will certainly be missed by her family in Tulsa! Please take comfort in knowing that she is reunited with Uncle Bill as well as Mamaw and Papaw. Carla will miss the cards that Aunt Bert mailed her frequently which always included a $1 bill and on special occasions a little extra. Carla loves all of her aunts and uncles but she always says “They are living with Jesus now!” after she learns of their passing. That is the right perspective that we should all be comforted by.

  5. Aunt Bertha was such a warm and loving person. I was glad I got to spend some time with her last year. I loved her beautiful voice. She will be greatly missed.

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