Charles E. Ingram:
Charlie was the last surviving member of his immediate family. He was born on November 8,1927 in Frenchburg, Kentucky to the late Charlie and Omega McGlothen Ingram. He began a career with Armco Steel at age 16 and worked his way up to manage a significant portion of sales for the company across the United States. After retirement he had a successful pipe sales business in the Frenchburg area and was actively involved in the local Lodge as well as renovation of the Lodge building for public use and later planning and building the Carolyn S. Ingram Menifee County Public Library with his late wife Carolyn.
He was preceded in death by his first wife Betty and later Carolyn Ingram and his brothers Hobart and Shelby and his sisters Olema, Alma and Belva. He is survived by two stepdaughters, Marti (Paulsen) Leisinger and Laura Stone of Topeka, Kansas as well as two granddaughters, Nicole Taylor and Samantha Stone of Topeka. He had two great-grandchildren, Giselle Soto and Gavin Taylor of Topeka as well. In lieu of flowers the family would request donations in Charlie’s name to the Carolyn S. Ingram Menifee County Public Library for a special project to be determined.
The family regrets to advise that under the current pandemic rules, due to COVID-19 requirements set forth by Governor Andy Beshear and the CDC. Private family viewing of ten people may attend on Sunday, April 26, 2020 at Menifee Home For Funerals Chapel following with a private family burial at Ezel Cemetery, Ezel, KY with Rev. Rodney Coffey officiating. Menifee Home For Funerals, Frenchburg, KY, with Randy Halsey, Funeral Director in care of arrangements. Pallbearers are: Randy Little, Mickey Little, Eddie Maze, Jimmy Hurte, Timmy Hurte and Nelson Hurte.
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