Celebrating the life of Louis Edward Ingram
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Preceding him in death are his two sisters, Jean Ingram Willis and Georgie Ingram May.
On October 26, 1952 he married Martha Craft, who preceded him in death.
Louis was the best auto body repairman around the area. He owned his own business and worked for others for fifty plus years. Louis also worked at Blackstone Public School as a janitor. Our father believed in being on time for work and coming to work to do the job put before you in excellence.
Louis enjoyed his CB Radio and talking to his CB Buddies. He was known in the CB world as “005”.
Leaving behind to cherish his memories: three children, Robert, Howard and Savannah; daughter-in-law, Rhonda Rather Ingram; grandchildren, Tenicia, Jonathan, David and Patrick; two aunts, Leoria Ingram Johnson and Gracie Ingram; four sisters-in-law, Grace Ross, Maude Lee, Doris Craft, and Tina Arnold; three brothers-in-law, Ralph Craft, Henry May, and James Lee; and a host of nieces, nephews, friends and CB Buddies.
Funeral Services Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. at Shiloh Baptist Church, Blackstone with interment in the Greenview Cemetery, Blackstone.
W.E. Hawkes & Son Funeral Home of Blackstone in charge of arrangements.
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