March 26, 1960 ~ April 8, 2021

Born in: Belle Glade, Florida
Resided in: Stone Mountain, GA

Mr. Timothy Jerome Ingram was born in Belle Glade, Florida on March 26, 1960 to the parentage of Mr. Willie B. Ingram Sr., who survives and the late Mrs. Essie Hill Ingram. He graduated from Glade Central High School where he excelled in sports and academics. He continued to play college football and graduated from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. After graduation, he married his high school sweetheart, Dianna Walker. Tim later worked as a manager at Piccadilly Cafeteria for many years and then worked for the DeKalb County School District as a School Nutrition Manager at Robert Shaw Traditional Theme School and Avondale Elementary School. He also served as a mentor to many students at his schools. Tim is known for his hard work ethic, devotion to health and fitness, his love of cars, and football. He always put his family first. His wife and daughters will forever appreciate and cherish the happy life he created for his family.

He is preceded in death by his brother, Willie B. Ingram, Jr and his three sisters: Ms. Lenora Ingram, Mrs. Ozie Bettye Ingram-Allen, and Ms. Gloria Ingram.
Timothy Ingram leaves to cherish his loving memory a devoted wife of 39 years: Dianna Ingram, two daughters: Janay Ingram, Stone Mountain, GA and Dr. Whitney Ingram, Albuquerque, New Mexico. His father: Mr. Willie B. Ingram Sr. of Belle Glade, FL. One brother: Mr. Daron Ingram, Houston, TX. Four sisters, Mrs. Sheilean (Bobby) Pinkney, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Mrs. Loretta (Ronnie) Booth, Ms. Debra Johnson, and Ms. Stacie Ingram all of Belle Glade, FL. Three sister-in laws: Patricia Walker of Wellington FL; Janice (Jimmy) Wilson and Mavis Smith of West Palm Beach, FL; and two brothers-in-law: Norman (Bernice) Walker of Irvine, CA; and Archie (Sherry) Walker of Albany, GA. His nephews, Mr. Lonturin Cherry, Mr. Ronnie L. Booth Jr, Mr. Davarus L. Booth Sr, Mr. Deric D. Willis, Mr. Javian Ingram, Mr. Keavin Ingram, Mr. Daron Ingram Jr, Mr. William Butts, Mr. Renako Butts, Mr. Willie Mack Smith, Jr, Mr. Joscelyn Walker III, and Mr. Brian Thorton. His nieces Mrs. LoRhonda N. Booth-Terry, Mrs. LaSheena L. Booth-McKever, Mrs. Shavena Mack-Lawrence, Ms. Temesha McCray, Ms. Brittany Ingram, Ms. Jessica Ingram, Mrs. Chante Ingram-Davis, Ms. Tonya Smith, Ms. Pamela Smith, Ms. Janasia Wilson, Ms. MaZiah Wilson, Ms. Tia Walker, and Ms. Surretha Walker. He also will be missed by a host of great nieces and nephews, and countless other family and friends.

Tim Ingram Celebration of Life Live Stream from Essence of Life Video on Vimeo.

Services

Celebration of Life: April 17, 2021 11:00 am - April 17, 2021 12:00 pm

Wages & Sons Stone Mountain Chapel
1040 Main Street
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

770-469-9811

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    • From the Thomas family, we are surely going to miss Tim, may he Rest In Peace. Condolences to the Ingram family.

  1. CandleImageWe offer our deepest condolences to the family during this time. Tim was a great man, who always had a smile on his face and we know that the world won’t be the same without him. Our prayers go out to the family. May his life be an inspiration to us all.

  2. CandleImageOn behalf of the Avondale Elementary Teachers and Staff, we send our deepest condolences to the family of Mr. Tim Ingram. We will genuinely miss Tim’s presence, but our fond memories of him will forever remain in our hearts and minds.

  3. CandleImageOur deepest, heartfelt sympathies and prayers are with you and all the days ahead.
    -Jaime and Veronica Garcia

  4. CandleImageMy deepest condolences to you Mrs. Ingram and your family. Tim was a great person and will truly be missed.

  5. CandleImageStrong brother not only in body but in spirit. We loved talking about the family together and always rejoiced in there accomplishments. I will truly miss that. This one is hard.

  6. CandleImageMy sincere condolences to the family of Tim Ingram. Tim was a kind and giving person who will truly be missed. My prayers to all who loved him.

  7. CandleImageAlthough, Tim spirit has soar to the sky his kindness will not be forgotten.
    “I wish you and your family healing and peace.”

  8. CandleImageWe are so hurt for you and want you to know that you are so loved. Isaac and I will be praying your family daily. We cannot know exactly what you are going through right now, but God know your exact pain, and he treasures your family so much.
    Sending Love,

  9. CandleImageDiane,

    My deepest condolences to you and the family. My prayers are with you doing this time of comfort.

  10. CandleImageJerry & Doretha Sneed
    We send our condolences and deepest sympathy to the family, we are praying for you.

  11. Diane, I have many great memories with you and Tim. All the best to you and your family. May God bless you and keep you!

    Juan

  12. CandleImageMy deepest sympathy for your loss. Praying for God’s strength and comfort for you and your family.🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

  13. CandleImageUh, this is so hard. Sorry for your loss Diane. You were blessed with a great man. He was a very beautiful person. We were friends from early childhood traveling from Belle Glade to Heartsville, Ohio every Summer. He will truly be missed by myself and other members of the Class of 1978. Farewell my friend. Rest in paradise.

  14. CandleImageMy condolences to the family . Tim will truly be missed my prayes goes out to the family with deepest sympathy

  15. CandleImageOn behalf of the Robert Shaw Theme School Faculty and Staff, words seem inadequate to express our sadness over the passing of
    Mr. Tim Ingram. We share your grief at this difficult time with deep sympathy and condolences.

  16. CandleImageMy condolences goes out to the family and we was raised in Belle Glade Florida I remember him as my childhood friend going to school on the muck at Glade Central high school playing football,Basketball and track I’m praying that you continue your journey with god

  17. CandleImageSo hard to believe my condolence the Diane and the family Tim was one of the sweetest guys and the class of 78 I pray for your strength and the girls and this sorrowful time may God strength and his love keep you close much love From Elisha Holloway Rolle

  18. CandleImageMrs. Ingram My prayers are with you and your family. I pray that God continues to strengthen you and your daughters. There is absolutely no words that anyone can say, but I say this…God is in control and always will be, so look to your faith for strength through this and to be strong for your daughters. Love you

  19. On behalf of the staff at DeKalb School of the Arts, we offer our condolences to the Ingram family. We have had the pleasure of working with Tim and enjoying his commitment to service and his positive spirit and demeanor. He will truly be missed.

    May your hearts continue to find love, peace, and joy in his memory.

  20. Mr. Ingram, Mr. Ingram,
    What a wonderful worker you were.
    You made sure we had what we needed in the cafeteria.
    You were such an inspiration to us.
    All who knew you will miss you.
    To God be the Glory.

  21. CandleImageSafely Home
    by Author Unknown

    I am home in heaven, dear ones;
    Oh, so happy and so bright.
    There is a perfect joy and beauty
    in this everlasting light.

    All the pain and grief is over,
    every restless tossing passed;
    I am now at peace forever,
    safely home in heaven at last.

    Did you wonder I so calmly
    Trod the valley of the shade?
    Oh, but Jesus’ love illuminated
    Every dark and fearful glade.

    And He came Himself to meet me
    in the way so hard to tread;
    And with Jesus’ arm to lean on
    could I have one doubt or dread?

    Then you must not grieve so sorely,
    for I love you dearly still.
    Try to look beyond death’s shadows;
    Pray to trust our Father’s will.

    There is work still waiting for you,
    so you must not idly stand.
    Do it now, while life remaineth;
    you shall rest in Jesus’ land.

    When that work is all completed,
    He will gently call you home;
    Oh, the rapture of that meeting;
    Oh, the joy to see you come!

  22. CandleImageDiana,

    Words can not express the deep sorrow in my heart for your loss. I never met Tim but felt like I knew him well through you. Just in the few years we worked together, I know that Tim was a man of character and strong ethics with a strong love for you and the girls. While I can’t lift the burden or pain of this tremendous loss, I can guide you to the one that can…..Psalm 34:18.

    Love you dearly,
    Rhonda

  23. CandleImageMay God continue to bless you and family as you all journey through this time of life, stay in prayer and continue to believe and trust in him.

  24. CandleImageMay the Holy Spirit be of comfort at this time
    From the Nutrition Family at E.L.Miller .
    God Bless and keep you.

  25. CandleImageFrom the Nutrition Family at E. L. Miller
    May the Holy Spirit comfort and keep you at this needed time.

  26. CandleImageSending many prayers to the Ingram family. You are in our hearts, thoughts
    and prayers daily.
    Redan High School Family.

  27. CandleImageMy condolences go out to the family at this difficult time. I worked with Mr Tim and we worked out at the same gym. I will truly miss seeing him. I will pray for you all daily. May God give you the comfort and peace to get through this sad and difficult time. Blessings to you all.

  28. CandleImageMy deepest Condolences 💐 and Prayers 🙏🏾 to you ( Mrs. Ingram ) and family in this time of great loss.

  29. CandleImageMr.Ingram was a great manager, I worked with him at the Hub DESA, he was so kind and hardworking, he made everyone feel appreciated, I’m glad for the opportunity to work for him, may he rest in paradise…🙏🏽🙏🏽

  30. CandleImageTo the Ingram Family: I hope somehow you feel all that our hearts want to say during this difficult time. Tim was truly an inspiration and pillar of his family and community. May each day bring you renewed strength as you are cared for by the ONE who knows just what you need during this difficult time.
    “They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength.” Isaiah 40:31

  31. CandleImageMrs. D. Ingram,
    The entire Redan family grieves with you during this difficult time. The Ingrams have been part of the Raider family for a long time and we will miss Tim’s presence at Redan High School. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you.

    We love you.

  32. CandleImageCondolences to the Ingram family, our hope is for your peace and comfort. Billy and Connie Jones.

  33. CandleImageMy condolences to the Ingram family my prayers are with you in this difficult time. Know that God don’t make any mistakes. Love you Auntie DeeDee, Janay & Whitney

  34. CandleImageTo the family of the late Mr. Tim Ingram,

    May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences.

  35. CandleImageTo the Ingram Family: As a former neighbor of Tim and Dianna, my deepest condolences to the family. Tim was a wonderful person and a trusted friend. May GOD give you strength during this difficult time.

  36. CandleImagePrayers and blessings to the family during this time of lost. Rest well Mr. Ingram I was blessed to meet you and work with you. I will keep your family in my prayers.

  37. CandleImageOur prayers and love are with you at this challenging time.
    Bountiful love and comfort to the Ingram Family

    Woolfork family
    Lawrenceville, GA

  38. CandleImageMy deepest condolences to the Ingram family may god continue to watch over you in this difficult time. Tim will be truly missed.

  39. CandleImageWe continue to keep you in our prayers for peace during this difficult time. Your neighbors, Torris & Linda West

  40. CandleImageMay our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences.

  41. CandleImageMy deepest condolences to to the Ingram Family, Mr. Tim will be missed. I met him about 3 years again and I have enjoyed working with him. I really got to know him better this school year working side by side with him and Ms Veronica Clark at the DSA HUB site. Tim you will surely be missed but you will never be forgotten. R.I.P. Mr. Tim J. Ingram.

  42. CandleImageMy condolences to the family and friends of Tim Ingram. May you find peace, comfort and understanding in God’s word.
    John 14:27 “Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”

  43. Ms. Ingram,
    My heart goes out to you and your family…my prayers are continuly with you…please know that you can reach out to me anytime. Much love to you, and may God keep you in His loving arms.

  44. CandleImageMy prayers and love are with you all. The memorial service was a beautiful Celebration of Mr. Ingram’s Life.

    Dominique

  45. CandleImageCedar Grove Elementary Nutrition
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. A loss of a love one will always hurt but a prayer will always help.

  46. My sincerest condolences to the Family of Mr. Tim Ingram. Thank you for sharing Mr. Ingram with the Robert Shaw Family. His presence will be greatly missed. Mr. Ingram’s dedication, hard work, and passion were unmatched. Praying God provides the Peace and Comfort only HE can provide. My prayers are with the Ingram Family.

  47. CandleImageSending prayers for family and friends. Tim’s kind heart and determination inspired me during the brief time I got to know him. He will be missed.

  48. CandleImageMrs. Ingram, my sincere and heart felt condolences to you, your daughters, and families.I am so sorry about your loss. I will continually pray 🙏 🙏 🙏 🙏 for you all. Please take care of yourselves and remember that you are always loved and never alone ♥ ❤!!!!!!

  49. CandleImageWhitney I am sending a hug to you and your family during this difficult time. I pray that you receive comfort from God and that if you need anything I am here for you .
    Eglis and Pablo Pereyra

  50. CandleImageSincerest condolences to the Ingram Family. Mr. Ingram was so very supportive of the Exceptional Education Department. Every year during Exceptional Children’s Week, he would always purchase buttons for the cafeteria staff. He had such a big heart! Uplifting you all in prayer and may God strengthen and comfort your hearts in the days and months ahead. God is still able!

  51. Demetrice Rolle to the Ingram family Tim will be missed and the good times. Thanks for Alonzo for inspiration word. Tim rest in peace

  52. CandleImageDemetrice Rolle to the Ingram family, Tim will be missed and the good times. Thanks Alonzo & Bernard for the Inspiration words,Tim rest in peace, my prayers to the family

  53. CandleImageJacqueline white

    Mr. Timothy Ingram, was a inspiration to us all at DESA. Rest In Peace,
    My condolences.

    -The White family.

  54. CandleImageAlthough I knew Mr. Ingram for a short time he always made an effort to do his best. We had meaningful conversations, he spoke highly of his wife and daughters. Just a wonderful, God-fearing man! May he Rest In Peace.

  55. I became the general manager after he left and still get people occasionally asking about him when they come in to eat. says:

    Tim was the general manager at Piccadilly in Tucker for a number of years. I knew him as a great person who communicated well with everyone. A hard worker who cared about all of his people. I became the general manager after he left and still get people occasionally asking about him when they come in to eat. My condolences to the family! Paul Escarra

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