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Helen V. Ingram and John L. Ingram, Jr.

Helen V. Ingram & John L. Ingram, Jr.

Helen V. Ingram, age 98, passed away in Ravenswood on June 3, 2018. She was born on August 26, 1919, in Spencer, WV, to John and Vera M. Burdette.

In addition to her parents, Helen was preceded in death by her sister, Gayle B. Johnson, and her twin brother, Charles P. Burdette.

John L. Ingram, Jr., age 98, passed away in Ravenswood on March 29, 2019. He was born August 21, 1920, in Spencer, WV, to John L., Sr. and Omia R. Ingram.

In addition to his parents, John was preceded in death by his brothers, Ralph and Russell Ingram, and his wife of 77 years, Helen.

John and Helen were married July 14, 1940. They had two daughters, V. Dianne (Marlyn) Gorrell, and Amelia (Paul) Michaels; five grandchildren, John W. Gorrell, Kimberly (Gene) Snyder, James (Stacey) Gorrell, Deborah (James) Jarrell, and Scott (Audrey) Meletti; sixteen great grandchildren; 7 great-great grandchildren; and 1 great-great-great grandchild.

John was an aerial gunner in World War II. He received several ribbons and two Bronze Star Victory Medals, as well as a Good Conduct Medal. John was honorably discharged from the Air Force on April 1, 1946, achieving the rank of Staff Sergeant.

John was in the automotive business and retired from Ted Britt Ford in 1982. Helen held various jobs. She worked in a malt shop, an A&P, and was a clerk at Ted Britt Ford. She retired as a resident manager for The Mosby Apartment Complex. After retirement, John and Helen spent their summers in Ocean City, MD, and winters traveling in their motorhome. hair extensions uk

John and Helen loved their time in Ocean City. They spent many evenings watching sunsets over the bay from their condo balcony.

John enjoyed being First Mate on the 5 C’s fishing boat. He even had the experience of being mate when the State Record White Marlin was caught during a fishing tournament in Ocean City on August 29, 1980. That record still stands today.

Helen loved to sit on the condo balcony reading and watching the boats on the bay. She also spent many hours tending to her flower beds. The door was always open at the condo. John and Helen loved having their children and grandchildren visit them at the beach. Gumdrops and cocktails were always plentiful.

John and Helen were happily married for many years. At Helen’s passing, the two were six weeks shy of their 78th anniversary. They were truly a dynamic duo and a great example to their family.

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

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