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Mahamond Ali Best fan Mr.Glenn A. Singleton is a native of Ama, a small, country town located on the outskirts of New Orleans, Louisiana. Singleton remembers being compassionate about real life biographies such as, Brian’s Song, The Jackie Robinson Story and Remember the Titans. These awesome documentaries that captured real-life heroes, were and are the inspiration behind his twenty-year journey to Crossing Over, A Tribute to Don Raymond. Inspired to take on the daunting task of documenting the tale of his big brother’s best friend, Don Raymond, Singleton has accurately detailed the tale of a legend. Glenn A. Singleton is a graduate of Hahnville High School. In 1980, Singleton experienced a terrible house fire and lost most of his possessions, including his brother Larry’s keepsakes of his friend Don Raymond. Since 1980, Singleton has been journaling the memories of Don Raymond. What was orginally intended to be a journal of memories for his brother Larry, has now become Crossing Over. Singleton has been recognized by Muhammad Ali as his “best” fan and takes pride in his state of the art Muhammad Ali Museum he has built in Ama, Louisiana. He also enjoys giving time to St. Mark’s Perpetual Adoration Chapel and he spends most of his time with family at home in Ama.
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