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Ian Ingram

Died: Thu., Dec. 1, 2011

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Ian Ingram, 19 of Hublersburg, entered into heaven December 1, 2011. Ian was born in Montour County, the son of Chester Jr. (Chuck) & Deborah Deitrich Ingram.

Living with 31 months of treatment for Liposarcoma from a cancerous appendix, Ian continued his education at Lock Haven University earning the degree of Associate of Applied Science in December 2011.

Ian was a 2010 graduate of Bellefonte High School. He was a member of the Salona United Methodist Church where he served as a pianist and choir director. He was a member of Troop 34 Boy Scouts of Bellefonte where he was awarded the honor of Eagle Scout on April 19, 2009.

He is survived along with his parents by his maternal grandmother Paulene Orner Deitrich. He was preceded in death by Jillian Ingram, his sister in May of 2004. Also his maternal grandfather Melvin Deitrich and paternal grandparents Chester and Betty Milton Ingram.

A celebration of Ian''s life will be Sunday, December 4, 2011 at 2:-00 p.m. at the Salona United Methodist Church, 624 Long Run Rd., Mill Hall, Pa. 17751. Friends will be received from 1:00 until time of service.

Burial will be at the Hublersburg Cemetery at the convenience of the family.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Salona Methodist Church in care of Shirley Barner, 1721 East End Mt. Rd., Mill Hall, Pa. 17751.

On-line tributes and condolences at WWW.Kader-Neff.com

Visitation Details

Sunday, December 4th, 2011, 1:00pm - 2:00pm, Salona United Methodist Church

Service Details

Sunday, December 4th, 2011, 2:00pm, Salona United Methodist Church

Interment Details

Hublersburg Cemetery

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   Posted Sat December 03, 2011
To Deb and Chuck Ingram, We are so sorry to hear about the loss of your son. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.

Ashley Moss
   Posted Sat December 03, 2011
Ingram Family, I cannot imagine what you must be going through. I do not have the words to say to take your pain away. I do not have the words to say to help you understand this tragic event in your lives. You, as a family, have already been through so much, and I wish I could take away your burdens. I do what to tell you how amazing your son was. He has made this world such a better place. He has changed so many lives with that beautiful smile of his. He was kind to everyone, he was a great listener, a great friend, and an amazing human being. I want to THANK YOU for raising such a great son. He would not have been the man he was if it were not for two loving parents, and a loving family surrounding him. So, Thank You, you have made a difference in my life. I believe it is your faith in God that has helped you through these trying times, it is with that faith and power that you will one day be greeted by your children on the other side. They are watching over you, protecting you, and cheering you on. I believe that with every fiber of my being. I pray for you. Thank you. -Ashley Moss

grace keller
   Posted Sat December 03, 2011
I will always remember Ian coming into Kmart with his Grandmother. He would always tell me he was taking his best girl out for lunch. Or he would tell me that she made him go to that "other store". I will miss our conversations and that beautiful smile that made my day. Someone asked me who Ian was recently and I replied he was what God wants us all to be. Thank you for allowing me to share in such a remarkable young man's life. I will think of him often and smile.

Sharon Schenck Stover
   Posted Sat December 03, 2011
Dean Ingram family, The Schenck family (Elaine, Harry and Sharon) send our love and prayers. Also to Pauline. God be with you and yours, Sharon

Joshua & Stephanie Reese
   Posted Sat December 03, 2011
Dear Ingram Family, Our deepest condolences go out to you and your family in the loss of Ian. Ian was an exceptional guy and he will be missed by many. We pray you find comfort in God's hands during this time. Sincerely Joshua & Stephanie Reese

Carl and Mary Lou Houtz
   Posted Sat December 03, 2011
We are so sorry for your loss. We did not know your son pesonnaly, but we knew him from other people and I saw him in church at the Lamar United Methodist in Lamar at special services.He had the Love of the Lord in his face. He is at peace and no more suffering. Prayers go out to you and your family. God Bless Mary Lou

Heidi & Steve Nyman
   Posted Sun December 04, 2011
Deb & Chuck, We are so deeply sorry for your loss. Ian was a remarkable young man that loved the Lord and loved His people. Heaven became an even sweeter place with his homecoming. Love, Steve, Heidi, Lilly & Jack

Pete and Nancy Buchanan
   Posted Sun December 04, 2011
To Deb and Chuck We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are for you. Pete and Nancy Buchanan

Karen and Curt Willar, Reed and Minta
   Posted Mon December 05, 2011
Dear Deb, Chuck and Pauline, We are so sorry for your loss. Ian inspired so many people. I still remember his "Lego Grange Fair" encampment in the exhibits years ago...He was so proud! Well...we are all very proud of Ian and will remember him always. Ian continues to live in our memories and shines down from his place in Heaven next to our Lord! Please know you are all in our prayers in this difficult time. Ian is at peace and no longer in pain! God Bless you all! We love you!

Cheryl Gilmore Counsil
   Posted Mon December 05, 2011
Deb and Chuck, You have been in my thoughts and prayers. I can't imagine the pain you must be feeling. I have heard only wonderful things about your son, Ian, and what a good person he was. If there is anything you need or I can do to help ease the pain, please call me.