Tom Lee Ingram Jr.


Tom Lee Ingram Jr., age 67.  Sunrise December 20, 1948 in Vivian, WV and Sunset January 20, 2016 in Columbus, OH.  Tom was a Laboratory Research  Technician at The Ohio State University Hospital where he retired after 30 years of service. He then worked for Greyhound Bus Station for 8 years and was a member of Gospel Tabernacle Church.  He was preceded in death by his parents Susie and Tom Ingram Sr., sister Ophelia Ingram, brother Ralph Ingram and son Vashon Draughon.  Left to cherish  his memory, wife Julia Ann Ingram, daughters Ronda D. Draughon, Karen A. Draughon, Reshonna L. Draughon and Lorisa Grice, brother Charles  (Darlena) Ingram, sisters Brenda (Willie) Ampley, Geraldine Harris and Marva Shelton, 11 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.  Visitation 2:00 p.m. and Funeral  3:00 p.m., Saturday January 30, 2016 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Condolence Messages

  1. To the family of Tom, you have my sincere condolences in the loss of your loved one. Death is a difficult situation to face and no words can express our pain. However, God knows your pain and he will wipe away the tears from your eyes, and pain and death will be no more (Revelation 21:4).

  2. I had the pleasure and privilege to work with Tom in Wiseman Hall at OSU for several years. He was always the consument gentleman, dedicated care giver, reliable professional and a real nice guy.

    Dr. C

  3. Dwight & Alexis Street and Ergie Smith

    I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and whoever lives and believes in me shall never die” John 11:25,26. May these words comfort you at this difficult time. You can always call on Him anytime of the day or night because God is our comforter. Much Love to the Ingram Family on this day.

  4. Demetrius Davis

    It is with deep condolences and highest prayers that I think of you and your family in this time of grief. May the Lord comfort you all in your time of need. – Demetrius Davis

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