Dara W. Singmaster (Updated)
1970 ∼ 2018
Midge Rose of Hyannis, MA wrote:
What an infectious laugh.. especially the time when we mistakenly had the phone line shut off that went to our fire alarm system (it wasn't being put back on until they came the next day )that we would be okay..we could burn down but we'd be okay.. she laughed. I can still she her laughing. She always had a great sense of humor and a comment to put things in perspective. We enjoyed the time spent with her while she was here.
Donna Souza of Hyannis, Ma wrote:
Dara my friend you are missed greatly. You were one of the most upbeat fantastic person I ever met. Always a beautiful smile, shining personality, great laugh,not to mention the most gorgeous eyelashes ever! A friend to all and always willing to help out. An all out beautiful person missed by all.
Carol and Ron Gwozdz of Hyannis Port, MA wrote:
Dara was a warm and lovely person we were privileged to know. We will miss her bright smile and sweet personality. Rest In Peace, Dara Carol and Ron
Lisa Wright of Larkspur, CA wrote:
Dear Singmaster family, I am so sorry to hear of Dara’s passing. While I have not seen her for many, many years, I remember her as a warm, sincere, fun-loving young woman who always had a smile, a great sense of humor and kind words for others. I am so sorry for your loss. Love, Lisa
Arun Das of ASTORIA, NY wrote:
Dara and I met in 2005. We very briefly dated long-distance before deciding friendship was a better fit for us. Over the years, we talked frequently online and by phone as buddies, confidants, cheerleaders, dating coaches, and more. Over time, the conversations became less frequent and we didn't manage to see each other in many years. But when Erin and I got engaged and were about to leave for vacation in Iceland, she sent me this delightful message that made me laugh: "CONGRATULATIONS!!! I am so very happy for both of you. Have a blast in Iceland. Do me a favor and take photos that do not involve either of you *jogging*?!" In the last year, she was very quiet—not posting much on social media or reaching out. I knew she'd been through the wringer with her mental and physical health, but I didn't know how sick she really was. Not many did. I will miss her smile and the light she tried so very hard to pierce through the clouds. Good night, D. I send my love and condolences to the Singmaster-Arias family.
Willliam Sloan of new london wrote:
Barbara and Larry (Singy), I was so sorry to read of the death of Dara. I pray and know that God will be with you in this difficult time. My thoughts are with you, Bill
Stephanie Watson of Hyannis, MA wrote:
You couldn't help but smile every time you heard Dara's infectious laughter, she had a fantastic sense of humor. Dara was a giving and thoughtful woman, she was always bringing delightful goodies to the office to share, just because, and when she knew you loved something in particular she always made sure to bring it just for you! We all miss her and were blessed to have known her. My condolences to her family, may you find comfort in the knowledge she loved you all so fiercely!
Richard A Leger of West Roxbury, MA wrote:
Larry, it has been many years since our BU days but after reading your daughter’s obituary in today’s Globe, I wanted to let you know how sorry I am at your great loss. Please convey my sympathies to your wife and family. Peace be to all of you Dick Leger