Nancy Graves Singleton passed peacefully at her home on Feb. 4, 2019, at the age of 58, surrounded by family, after a battle with cancer.
A speaker, consultant and business owner, for more than 25 years she helped numerous businesses increase their income and improve employee relations, primarily in the health and wellness industry. Nancy and her husband Todd Singleton, DC, taught chiropractors how to implement multiple cash systems into their existing practices. In 2006 they founded Singleton Systems, pooling their expertise to apply their success principles to helping doctors and health care practitioners add nutritional systems.
“As soon as we hit our goals, we knew we had to teach fellow doctors and health care practitioners this fail-proof system,” the couple said. “Now over a decade later, we’ve taught about 1,000 doctors how to have predictable success in the practice of their dreams. We’ve empowered doctors to help more patients and rediscover their true passion of being a healer.”
Nancy was born in and established a wellness clinic in Salt Lake City, Utah, along with a consulting firm for doctors, a website development company and a handful of related businesses. She was a 1989 graduate of the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic Assistants. At one point she served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and remained a missionary throughout her life.
One of her favorite quotes was from Henry Ford: “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t, you’re right!”
“She was a mentor to many men and women, and was very committed to the chiropractic profession,” said Susan Nevins, director of national sales for The Doyle Group, which publishes Chiropractic Economics and MASSAGE magazines. “One of her passions was marketing and helping grow chiropractic businesses, and she was considered a friend to the magazine. She will be greatly missed in the chiropractic community.”
Nancy is survived by her husband, children, and four siblings, Marti Johnson, Russell Graves, Becky Wilkes, and Tom Graves; her mother-in-law, Jackie Singleton; and extended family. She was preceded in death by her parents and father-in-law, Gary Singleton. Online condolences can be shared at jenkins-soffe.com.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to LDS Humanitarian Aid Fund.