Bob Ingram North Carolina Obituary, Bob Ingram Has Passed Away

Bob Ingram Obituary, Death – Bob Ingram of North Carolina has passed away. To cherish his memory are his 54-year-old wife Louise (Grimaldi) Ingram, his sons Robert and Thomas (Lynn), step-son Dave, granddaughter Sophia, grandson Tyler, sisters Darlene (Robert) and Debbie, and sister-in-law Peggy.

Robert and Thomas (Lynn) Ingram, who is also his stepson, are his biological sons. He was married to Louise Grimaldi Ingram, and the two of them had two kids. The author’s nieces Rene and Katherine as well as nephews Carl (Cindy), Shawn, Kurt, Robert, and Kyle are all represented in this. He was preceded in death by his nephew Kevin, brothers Ronald and Carl, and older brother Richard. Bob’s associations with people like Bobby Duplisea, Paul B’shara, Nick Moretto, and the Ricardi family had a big effect on his life.

He participated in the Vietnam War as a member of the 4th Armor Division of the US Army, rising through the ranks to become a Sargent E5 at the conclusion of the fight. Because he sold and delivered coffee all across the Western Massachusetts and Connecticut region for more than 50 years, Bob earned the nickname “Coffee Man.”

In addition, he assisted clients with the establishment and design of their own businesses as well as the process of choosing coffee of the highest quality. He liked coming to the pool hall, working in the kitchen, and snapping photos. We are grateful to our neighbors since they have always been there for him when he needed assistance.

He should be grateful to the employees at both Bear Mountain in West Springfield and Hospice of Western Massachusetts for their kindness and affection. Also, we appreciate the Hospice of Western Massachusetts staff for their thoughtfulness. As a passionate gardener, Bob would appreciate it if you could express your love for a particular someone by gifting them a bouquet of flowers.