JARVIS, INGRID ELLEN (76) of Atlanta passed away peacefully on April 29th, 2016 at home, with family by her side. Ingrid was born February 8th, 1940 in Frankfurt Germany to the Lueck family. She worked for the German Consulate General in Atlanta for 30 years until retirement in 2008. She continued to serve others as a volunteer with the ASSISTANCE LEAGUE of Atlanta in different positions including serving as President. Ingrid was preceded by her husband of 46 years, Henry Milton Jarvis. She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Leslie and Steve Clark, and her Grandchildren Kameron, Sami, Cole, and Jessi Clark. Ingrid was a wonderful, selfless, and beautiful Lady that brought nothing but great joy to everyone that knew her. She lived a life of kindness, patience, and love for others. She lived with honor and an amazingly disarming truth. She was a ray of sunshine while always trying to choose the path of doing what was right. She was generous in happily giving time to others, but especially enjoyed her time with her terrific grandchildren, Kameron, Sami, Cole, and Jessi. She will be greatly missed by everyone that knew her and loved her. The family will be receiving guests at Ingrid's home after the Memorial Service

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  1. A lovely lady and selfless volunteer…she is sorely missed at Assistance League and by her multitude of friends. She fought a valiant battle – may God welcome her into His loving arms! Marie D.

  2. Ingrid was an amazingly selfless person.She gave so much of herself to others,while asking little in return.She was beautiful, elegant lady who will be very much missed.

  3. Ingrid was truly a beautiful lady. I am honored to be able to call her a friend. We will miss her so much at Assistance League, but I know she will be there in spirit. Love you.

  4. Ezell and Mildred Banks

    To The Jarvis Family:

    May 3, 2016

    May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.

  5. Ezell and Mildred Banks
    To The Jarvis Family:
    May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time.

  6. While we only knew her briefly during her presence at Cole’s baseball games – it was clear her love and devotion to family. She was always great to share her thoughts and ideas. Her drive and competitive nature was in good spirit, cheering on success for Cole and team. Our prayers go out to her family in their loss.

    Pollifrone Family

  7. Ingrid war mir ueber viele Jahre eine ehrliche wertvolle Freundin und hochgeschaetzte Kollegin.

  8. To Ingrid her family was her sun, moon and stars. She loved them more than I have ever seen anyone love and she was so proud to be a mom, grandma and mother-in-law.
    When Milton passed away too early, she was absolutely devastated. May they reunite in eternity.

    Ingrid, you were my dearest friend. My heart is broken and I will miss you until we meet again. Our vacation through Europe, feeling like Thelma and Louise, will forever be the most wonderful time for me to remember.
    Without you this world will have less love and it will be less bright. But you will live on in our hearts – always loved and never forgotten!
    Rest in peace and my heart goes out to your family
    Your friend Monika

  9. Offering my sincerest condolences for the loss of Ms. Jarvis. May Jehovah God’s promise of a resurrection comfort you. Acts 24:15

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