Darrell Frank Singleton was born in 1926 in Wilford, Idaho to Frank and Ruby Singleton. He married Ethel Rayola Owens in 1943 and shortly thereafter bought a farm there in Wilford and raised "Famous Idaho Potatoes" and their three children: Linda, Dennis, and Karen. Besides raising potatoes and kids he worked for Hines Lumber Co. full time as their Dry Kiln Operator and was sent all over the United States and Canada to train other kiln operators and solve any problems with Kilns at their other mills In 1978 they moved to the small town of Wickenburg Arizona after losing their farm and all of their belongings to the Teton Dam flood that had occurred in 1976. After moving to Wickenburg, they purchased the Palm Drive Trailer Ranch and proceeded to clean up, improve, and enlarge it, to become a warm and friendly place for people to live. Everyone living there was treated like family. Over the years Darrell was seen around town almost daily driving his leopard appaloosa's hitched to a wagon, carriage, or buggy, upon which anyone was welcome to hop on and enjoy a ride around town at no charge. Darrell was well known around town for his efforts to build a bike trail along Sols Wash, and his efforts to support the community to "Keep it Western"! On September 3, 2014 Darrell died peacefully in his sleep. He is survived by his wife of 70 years, Rayola, his 3 children and their spouses: Linda & Danny Smith, Dennis & Melinda Singleton, Karen & John Rasmussen; 8 grandchildren,14 great-grandchildren, and one expected great-great grandchild.