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Terry IngramDecember 13, 2017
Terry Ingram of Westerville Ohio began his next adventure on Wednesday, December 13th, 2017. At his side was his wife of 40 years, MaryBeth. His struggle with ALS is now over. He is free, he breathes easily, and he walks with his signature stride.
Terry was born to Richard and Mildred Ingram in Northwest Indiana. He is preceded in death by his brother Cliff and his son, Casey. Terry is survived by the love of his life, MaryBeth; two beautiful daughters, Lisa Raven and Julie Urasky (Alan) in Indianapolis Indiana, and four terrific grandchildren, Anjulia, Maxwell, Katherine, and Ulrik. Terry was also blessed to be reunited with his grandson Luke Ingram and his wife Christy.
Terry had a successful career in life insurance sales and management for years and his last career stop was joining MaryBeth in building a successful small business in Indianapolis where Terry managed the sales and marketing. He retired in 2000 and was immediately behind the wheel as a volunteer driver for medical transportation with the Red Cross, then behind the wheel of a bus for Use What You Got Prison Ministry and often drove the church youth to retreats and work projects in Appalachia. When he got to Westerville in 2009 it didn’t take long for him to find the wheel of a Westerville Senior Center bus. He never met a stranger. No one ever left his presence without knowing they were noticed and valued. He loved his trips to Canada for fishing “with the guys” and he loved his own personal adventures where he’d wander down two-lane highways just to see what was there to see and who there was to meet.
Terry is now on his next adventure wandering all over the spirit-filled beyond.
A gathering of family and friends will take place on Monday, January 15, 2018 at the Wine Bistro in Westerville. In lieu of flowers please support the ALS Association at 1170 Old Henderson Rd #221 Columbus OH 43220.