John Ingram

John Ingram

Thursday, November 6th, 1958 - Saturday, October 12th, 2019
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John S. Ingram 60 of Pembroke, MA passed peacefully at his home on October 12, 2019 after an illness.
John was born in Boston and lived most of his youth on the South Shore. John spent many years playing
hockey which lead to him playing semi-pro around the country. Not only did he have a passion for
hockey but he was an avid skier and loved golf, both of which he enjoyed sharing with his family. Over
the years John’s love for adventure and travel brought him to many places but the most special were the
Caribbean and the Colorado Rockies. He had a true entrepreneurial spirit. John was an amazing chef and
took great pleasure in entertaining family and friends, serving the food bank and supporting Toys for
ohn was preceded by his parents Henry, Dorothy, and Judith Ingram. He leaves behind his 3 children
Seth Ingram and his wife Tiffany and their children Caleb, Elijah and Elianna of Ohio, Tara Licona and her
husband Edson and their daughter Zuleyka of Washington State and Nathan Ingram of Pembroke, MA.
His sisters Deborah and her husband Peter Dimmitt and their children Andrew, Zachary and his wife
Nicole of Maine, Elizabeth and her husband Alan Bishop and their children Alan and Valerie of MA and a
brother Christopher Colhard of MA. Wife Martha Ingram and daughter Meghan of MA, special friends
Martha Pawlicki, Denise Childers, Cheri, Ryan and Alissa Richards and the best neighbors anyone could
have Ray and Kathy Petrel.

Please join family and friends for a Celebration of Life on November 9, 2019 from 5:00-9:00 PM at the
Pembroke Country Club. 94 W. Elm St Pembroke, MA.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Nathan H. Ingram Educational Scholarship Fund at the
United States Challenge Cup Junior Golf Foundation.
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Tiana Mather

Posted at 07:59pm
I didn't know John well but in the times that I saw him he lit up the room. He made an impact on several other patients and they still ask for him. It was apparent how much he loved his family and I heard about his son Nathan frequently. I am terribly sorry for your loss.

Paul Curtis

Posted at 09:44am
Sorry to hear about John's passing. John was always a happy, kind soul. We had alot of good memories as teenagers in Chiltonville. God rest his soul.

Deborah Dimmitt

Posted at 07:13pm
Rest well, brother...I'm sorry your life on Earth was such a struggle for so much of it. You were a very intelligent and capable man...we spent so much time together as was like we were twins, in a way...trapsing through the marsh behind the barn, wearing our "swamp boots"...catching frogs and snakes and turtles, keeping them overnight, then letting them go the next wanted so much to be a herpatologist when you grew up. I loved getting your boots, penny loafers, football helmet, jeans, sweatshirt...anything! We climbed trees, shot BB guns, rode bikes everywhere, played football, baseball, and hockey...skated on the river and the ponds...watched pollywogs morph into adults...stuck our tongues out from our third floor bedrooms and pointed through the floor all the way down to the kitchen where our parents sat, insisting it wasn't time yet to get up...we collected coins verociously, and to this day I still exam my change. We went sledding, tobogganing, skiing and swimming...I tried golf and didn't like connected with Dad on the golfcourse...I put up with your awful piano and trumpet lessons, but was proud when you went to Bobby Orr's hockey camp. I remember Mum telling me how you had hernia surgery at 3 months of age and I couldn't imagine how our parents got through that. You called me Deborah February, Deb Feb for short...and I hated I called you John John the Leprechaun...and YOU hated that...then our antique dining room table from our Nova Scotia great-grandparents forever showed the engraved "To Feb from Lep" that resulted when you wrote a Christmas gift tag and the pressure of the pencil forever immortalized the childhood names.
John, hormones arrived and our relationship quickly waned...never to recover...after a timeh you disappeared for many years, but then showed up one morning and acted as if you'd never been explanation ever...So now you have left your Earthly body...are released from what distressed you while here...I am glad for that, but will always miss the person you were when we started our lives together...peace, Bro...

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