Tina Marie Ingol

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Tina Marie Ingol, age 35, was born May 50, 1985 in Columbus, Ohio to Deanne Ingol and the late Lucius H. Cherry, Jr. She departed this life suddenly on July 9, 2020.

She attended Columbus Public Schools. Tina worked for Aramark Food Service for 5 years.
Her coworkers Stated that she was always great with customers, always had a smile, had kind words for everyone and always had a positive attitude (we will miss her). Tina loved being a
stay at home mom where she took care of her two daughters and her special needs son.

Tina was a loving sister and friend to everyone in the neighborhood and loved taking care of people and spending time with her family and friends. She also loved to do hair, enjoyed laughter and life.

She is proceeded in death by her father Lucius H. Cherry, Jr., her Grandfathers Lucius H. Cherry and Samuel Hook, as well as her Grandmother Ann Ingol.

She is survived by her children: son, Niles Sheffield; daughters, Ta’nia and Nevaeh Sheffield, of Columbus, Ohio. Mother, Deanne (John Allen) Ingol, of Columbus, Ohio. Grandmother, Dorothy Cherry, of Columbus, Ohio, brothers, Jeffrey Madison, Jeremy (Tonia) Ingol, Marcus (Tamika) Ingol, Lucius Cherry III of Columbus, Ohio; and sisters Shonna (Charles) Ingol-Culbreath, and Deanne Cherry of Columbus, Ohio, and the love of her life Raymond Manson. Also a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends.

Graveside Service 11:00 AM Saturday, July 18, 2020 at Evergreen Burial Park.

Condolence Messages

  1. To the family and friends of Tina, we can all share that we have all been a part of this beautiful woman’s life and have been blessed. She will be truly missed but never forgotten. She will smile upon us always. Much love.

  2. I love you Aunty Tina & I will miss you more than words can express. Until we meet again rest Peacefully in paradise. I will forever cherish all of our beautiful memories together and keep you in my heart always. I love you Aunty Tina.

    • My wife Sheri & I we’re s very sorry to hear of your family’s loss. I work closely with Niles daily at Independence HS and he’d often talked to my wife on the phone making her laugh. I felt like I closely knew Mrs. Tina Ingol because Niles joyfully spoke of her every single day.
      During this tough time please know that we are praying for your family.

      Mr. Trent Smith or as Niles calls me
      “The Undertaker”

  3. Maryann Thompson

    Tina I will always miss you thank you for the memories that you shared

  4. So heartbroken to hear that this sweet Mama has passed. The O.I. Team and Independence High School is grieving for Niles and his sisters. If there’s anything at all I can help with please don’t hesitate to reach out. Much love, Ms. Flynn.

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