bobby neal "bub" singleton vigil

bobby neal "bub" singleton vigil

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BubsFriends

Manchester, KY

#2 Oct 3, 2010
We're gonna LET THE LIGHT SHINE on Brother Bub Saturday, October 8, 2010 - ONE YEAR to the date of his Murder by a Coward. Bring candles, glow sticks, flashlights, floodlights, whatever you have to LIGHT UP FOR BUB! Dress warm, drive carefully and join Bub's friends and loved ones at The Cabin. Bring firewood!
BubsFriends

Manchester, KY

#3 Oct 3, 2010
BubsFriends wrote:
October 9, 2010 marks the first anniversary of the cold-blooded murder of our friend, brother and neighbor BUB SINGLETON. Show you have not forgotten him by coming to the LIGHT UP FOR BUB Candelight Vigil beginning at 7 PM outside Bub's Cabin. Bring candles, flashlights, anything to light up the night for Bub. Dress warm and drive and park carefully! Call a friend or loved one of Bub and tell them about this!
Let's Light Up the night for Bub, like he lit up all our lives.
THAT SATURDAY THE NINTH! THIS COMING SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2010 AT 7:00 PM.
Grandson

Lexington, KY

#4 Oct 8, 2010
I think it would be wise to inform my grandfather Bobby Singleton before this is planned! I'm sure he appreciates the gesture but the property is locked up and is listed with a real estate company.
NO CELEBRATION

Mount Vernon, KY

#5 Oct 8, 2010
Why would ANYONE celebrate the day the man was murdered?Ignorant people!
Get Real

Greenbrier, AR

#6 Oct 8, 2010
I agree that Bub's family should be checked with first. I would also suggest finding a safer spot to hold the vigil, as this will cause a traffic problem.

To "No Celebration": They are not celebrating his death and murder! They are remembering a dear friend that was lost! I think it is very touching that they are wanting to remember him in this way!
Real Friend

Mount Vernon, KY

#7 Oct 8, 2010
Think the person that sneaked in and murdered him will be there too? Celebration, gathering whatever you might want to call it, why not have it on a day more fitting than the day he was murdered or found dead in his own home by one of those (friends) he trusted!People should consider what thier actions might reflect onto his family especially his Father.!Seems to me you are a very inconciderate and ignorant person.
Tater Tot

Kittanning, PA

#8 Oct 8, 2010
NO CELEBRATION wrote:
Why would ANYONE celebrate the day the man was murdered?Ignorant people!
Look, I don't know who you are but some comments are best left unsaid and this is one of them. Please show some respect for friends and family of Bub's because if you were a friend of his then you would know that Bub always said he wanted a party. That was just his nature. Nuff Said...For the rest of the family and friends of Bub, please be careful tonight and let's remember our friend the way he would have wanted. Rest In Peace Bobby...Love Ya!
Pretty

Greenbrier, AR

#9 Oct 9, 2010
I think this is the best of ideals and Bub would really like the it i think. Love you Bub and Love you Bobby
Just wondering

Manchester, KY

#10 Oct 9, 2010
Was this gathering set up with the family? Or did someone just decide to do this? In some posts it says meet at the cabin and bring firewood, and other posts say meeting at the gate. Then there are posts that say no one is allowed on the property.

Who planned this?
Bubs Cousin

Mount Vernon, KY

#11 Oct 9, 2010
Whoever planned it is an idiot. Bubs Dad said there was NO GATHERING on his property and is very upset with whoever is saying these things about a gathering.Whoever they are they wont use real name and under the circumstances of his death still being investigated it seems suspicious to say the least.
Just wondering

Manchester, KY

#12 Oct 9, 2010
That was my understanding also. That is why I was wondering who decided to plan this without the consent of the family.
Bubs Cousin

Mount Vernon, KY

#13 Oct 9, 2010
Alot of people are trying to find that out!!
Katy

London, KY

#14 Oct 9, 2010
I have no interest in being at Bub's cabin with a candle. All I know is I loved Bub with all my heart and the pain of his death hurts just as much today as it did one year ago. I presume the pain will never get any easier, and I know there are many, many people that feel this way. I LOVE YOU BUB!
LovedBub2

Elizabethtown, KY

#15 Oct 9, 2010
This all started as a suggestion for friends of Bub to have a moment to make a gesture of rememberence. It was never meant as a party. No one suggested tresspassing. It was simply an evening to park at the bottom of the driveway, walk over to the front of the cabin IN the STREET, maybe mingle for an hour, light some candles, remember what a sweet guy he was. Nothing more. No harm was ever intended. People should have taken it like Bub would have, as a gesture of love. That's all it was.
ForBub

Elizabethtown, KY

#16 Oct 9, 2010
There was no "plan" - it was just going to be like when people put their headlights on, or friends and neighbors gather and light candles, say prayers, remember someone. How can everyone get so hostile about it? Bub would have loved an hour or two with his friends and family, but how would he feel about how some of us are behaving? This could have been something nice and sentimental and sweet - like Bub. Too bad so many people around here have such hard hearts.
Please

AOL

#17 Oct 9, 2010
Bub had many friends, and loved his friends like they were his own blood. Please honor Bub and his family by keeping his name and any information related to him off this site,if you knew Bub you would know how he would feel about this kind of ignorance. Thank you all and keep Bubs spirit alive by remembering Bub as the person he was not the person that some lunatics wanted him to be to fit their own criteria.
2bad2

Elizabethtown, KY

#18 Oct 9, 2010
too bad this got turned all bad when it was really good. now it will just be another dark nite at bub's. we should have been there for him. i think what someone tried to do was for bub and not for any trouble
MissingBub

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Oct 9, 2010
I live near Bub and found out there was going to be a candle lighting to mark the anniversary of his death. I often walk past the cabin and think of Bub and how alive the place was when he was still alive. It was nice knowing he was up there. This neighborhood is not as colorful or fun with him gone. I think it would have been a nice gesture for people who miss him to gather respectfully and do no harm while they remembered his passing. There was nothing wrong with doing that and maybe he would have liked it. Bub was a gentle, sweet and loving friend - the whole world is darker without him. As for respecting the family... I spoke with Bobby Sr. recently and asked permission to go up there some evening. He was very sweet, just like his son, and said yes. And although I have not gone up, and now have no plan to, asking first was the right thing to do. Thank you, Mr. Singleton. Clearly everybody loved your son. Respectfully.
thats funny

AOL

#20 Oct 10, 2010
yep , its more peaceful.... no more dope sellinh !!!
Call Me Maggie

Mount Vernon, KY

#21 Oct 10, 2010
It is time for this shit to end

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