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Bobby Gene Ingram
July 17, 1966 ~ January 27, 2023 (age 56) 56 Years Old
Bobby Ingram was born July 17, 1966, to the Late Ray and O.T. Ingram in McGehee, Arkansas.
He departed this life Friday, January 27, 2023, in Grandview, Missouri where he had resided for
Bobby Graduated from McGehee High School in 1984. He soon joined the U.S. Army shortly
after graduation and served 8 years in the military with the rank for E5/Sergeant. During his
military career he was stationed both stateside (Louisiana, Texas and Georgia) as well as abroad
(Germany and South Korea). Bobby had manufacturing careers after the military at Tokusen
USA Inc., Conway AR, Burlington Rugs in Monticello AR and MeadWestVaco Calmar (his last job
of 15 years) Grandview, MO.
Bobby enjoyed cooking out, and hanging with his family where he was always the life of the
party with plenty of jokes and dance moves to keep everyone entertained.
He was preceded in death by his parents Ray and O.T. Ingram, grandparents Johnny and Rosetta
Kyles and Sarah and Grant Ingram (5) siblings (Josephine Ingram, Floreece Davis, Ray Ingram,
Wilbert Ingram, and Elizabeth I. Molton and several uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and
Bobby leaves to cherish his memory (2) children Shaina Ingram and Devin Ingram, (2)
grandchildren Chloe and Ethan all of Rowlett, TX (4) sisters Johnie (Cleveland) Everett of
McGehee, AR Joyce Horn of Little Rock, AR Christine (James Sr.) Meyers of Colorado Springs, CO
Terri Ingram of Little Rock AR (1) sister-in-law Monique (Wilbert) Ingram of Little Rock, AR and
(1) brother Paul Ingram of Hot Springs, AR and a host of uncle, nieces, nephews, cousins,
classmates and friends. Memorial Service will be held on Saturday February 18, 2023 at 10:00AM in the chapel.