Tammy Singleton

The Friends of the Chickasha Public Library invite the community to join them at their final Summer Luncheon on Aug. 15 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 415 W. Chickasha Ave. 

The event will be held in the dining area of the Grady County Historical Society, also recognized locally as The Dixie Building.  

Reservations are required and due by Aug. 12 at 5 p.m.  Contact Jana Dabney at (405) 824-5118 to make a reservation. 

The cost for the luncheon is $10 and may be paid at the door.  A delicious ham and Swiss croissant, potato soup and chocolate cake will be served along with tea and water.

The fun, personable and energetic speaker is local resident Tammy (Luers) Singleton.  She will be sharing her fascinating life story which she describes in her book titled ‘When I Found My Wings’. 

Tammy was adopted at 12 days of age and raised by her two loving parents, Ray and Alice Luers.  Her older brother, Timothy, was adopted five years before Tammy.

The Luers family moved from their home in Batesville, Indiana to Chickasha in 1976 to help with the start-up of Delta Faucet and remained in Chickasha after retiring.  

Many in the community will remember Tammy’s mother, Alice, from her years of loving, working and playing with the children in the preschool program at Epworth Methodist Church.

Tammy is married to her amazing husband, Boyd Singleton.  They have three children:  Heather, Brandon and Kalyssa and five precious grandchildren:  Jaelynn, Kaydence, Easton, Joslyn and newborn baby girl, Caroline.

Both of Tammy’s parents passed away in 2017.  With their blessing, she began the search for her birth parents and after 45 years, she found them!   As Tammy writes on her Facebook page … ‘So cool thing, I found my wings after a lot of years and I wrote a book about it!’  Join us for this special time of Tammy sharing her heart-wrenching and heart-warming story.

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