Traywick receives posthumous Ada Ford Singleton award


For the Record The family of the late Curtis C. Traywick Jr. received a certificate of appreciation from the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on March 28. Traywick supplied vehicles to Singleton to haul voters to the polls during her 30-year tenure as president of Anson County’s NAACP. Also, due to her failing health, he provided comfortable cars for her personal medical trips. The presentation of the certificate was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee at Morgan & Son Funeral Home in Marshville. Pictured, from left: Ford, Mrs. Curtis Traywick and Mike Traywick.


For the Record

The family of the late Curtis C. Traywick Jr. received a certificate of appreciation from the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on March 28.

Traywick supplied vehicles to Singleton to haul voters to the polls during her 30-year tenure as president of Anson County’s NAACP. Also, due to her failing health, he provided comfortable cars for her personal medical trips. The presentation of the certificate was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee at Morgan & Son Funeral Home in Marshville.

Pictured, from left: Ford, Mrs. Curtis Traywick and Mike Traywick.

For the Record The family of the late Curtis C. Traywick Jr. received a certificate of appreciation from the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on March 28. Traywick supplied vehicles to Singleton to haul voters to the polls during her 30-year tenure as president of Anson County’s NAACP. Also, due to her failing health, he provided comfortable cars for her personal medical trips. The presentation of the certificate was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee at Morgan & Son Funeral Home in Marshville. Pictured, from left: Ford, Mrs. Curtis Traywick and Mike Traywick.
http://ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Ada-Ford-Singleton-award-Curtis-Traywick-Picture-certificate-fz.jpgFor the Record The family of the late Curtis C. Traywick Jr. received a certificate of appreciation from the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee on March 28. Traywick supplied vehicles to Singleton to haul voters to the polls during her 30-year tenure as president of Anson County’s NAACP. Also, due to her failing health, he provided comfortable cars for her personal medical trips. The presentation of the certificate was made by the Rev. Charles Ford Sr., chairman of the Ada Ford Singleton Biography Committee at Morgan & Son Funeral Home in Marshville. Pictured, from left: Ford, Mrs. Curtis Traywick and Mike Traywick.
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