April 10, 1941 ~ January 24, 2022

Born in: Hamlet , IN
Resided in: Anderson , IN

Arlowa β€œLolly” (Singleton) Jachim 80, entered into rest Jan. 24, 2022 at her home, surrounded by family.

Lolly was born in Hamlet, Indiana on April 10, 1941, the daughter of Ira and Lillian (Fagan) Singleton. She married Richard Jachim, whom she met on a blind date, on Aug. 27, 1960 in Knox, Indiana.

Along with being a loving mother of five, Lolly devoted her life to taking care of others. She and Dick were foster parents to many children.

Lolly was a wonderful wife, mother, and grandma. She was always your biggest cheerleader! Β She had a very ornery personality, which everyone adored.

She is survived by her children David Jachim, Bridget Ottinger, Dale Jachim, Kevin (Jodi) Jachim, Heather (Phil) De Los Reyes, and Bob Coffman. Brother Carwyn Singleton, Sister in laws Leona Singleton, Jean Singleton, Ellen (Rich) Knebel, Diana Cota and brother in law Louis Jachim. Grandchildren Nicci Frazier, Ricky (Kinsey) Jachim, Dani (Justin) Jachim, Trey (Jessica) Morrow, Austin Jachim, Hannah Jachim, Kati (Jon) Cunningham, Lilli (AJ) De Los Reyes, Cali De Los Reyes. Great grandchildren Tyler, Nora, Emma, Daxin, Barrett, Cooper, Dean, Tucker, Elias, Jayvin, Hendrix and several nieces and nephews.

Lolly was proceeded in death by her husband Dick, her parents, and brothers Joseph (Betty) Singleton, Darwyn Singleton, Merwyn (Mag) Singleton, Leonard Singleton, Arthur Singleton, sister and brother in law Bev (Howard) Calmus, sister in law Donna Jean Singleton and son in law Jack Ottinger.

We wish to thank Kindred Hospice for their loving care of our mother.

Funeral mass will be held Feb. 15, 2022 at 11am at St. Ambrose Catholic Church 2801 Lincoln St. Anderson, IN 46016.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date.



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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    Eddie Beagles and the staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. I will always carry you in my heart!! Proud to call you Aunt.. May everyone that knew you get comfort from God for their loss of a beautiful woman!! I will continue to love you til we meet again!

  3. I worked under Lolly’s supervision taking care of the elderly. It was always so obvious what a caring person she was. My mom(Doris) was Lolly’s Avon lady. They had a great time together when it was that time of the week and mom always came home with great stories. Such a wonderful person. Our love is with you all

  4. One of the sweetest πŸ’— ladies ever she made me feel like part of the family when Kelly and I were dating, her smile and laugh were the best ever and her hugs πŸ«‚ she will be missed love to you all.

  5. So sorry for your loss , we loved that lady, her orneriness will be greatly missed, she gave me to hardest times then always turned around asked for a hug and told me she loved me, her presence in this world made it a little brighter, he laugh will be sorely missed , peace to you Lolly . My you and Dick smile down on all those that loved you both , we all hope to see you one day again, …

  6. Lolly and Dick made me part of the family. I spent many Easter’s, Christmas’ and Thanksgiving’s at their home. When I married my husband and inherited sons were adopted into the family. Again when the girls were born it was the same. Lolly loved your smile. You made everyone feel loved. So happy you are reunited with Dick.

  7. Lolly was like a second Mom to me! She grew up some of her life in our home. She never knew a stranger and always tried to help people in need. She had a big heart that got bigger with each person she met. She was a loving and caring Mom to all her kids, a fantastic Grandma and Great Grandma to her Grandkids. There will never be another like her. Her and my Mom were two of a kind! The loved family and they always came first. I wish I could be there when she is reunited with Uncle Dick and her brothers and sister!! What a homecoming they will have!! God bless and keep you in hollow of his hands!!
    My heart is with my cousins who have lost their rock of the family. β€οΈβ€οΈπŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸŒΉπŸŒΉ

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