Mrs. Mary Alice Ingram
February 18, 1940 – March 3, 2021
MARY ALICE MILAM INGRAM On Wednesday, March 3, 2021, Mary Alice Milam Ingram went home to the loving hand’s of her Savior Jesus Christ surrounded by her loving sons. Mary was born February 18, 1940 in Ury, WV. She was one of eight children to the late Walter and Rebecca Marschello Milam. Mary enjoyed gardening and spending time with all her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She is one of the longest living members of the community of Wyco, WV. She loved and enjoyed her neighbors dearly. She also enjoyed spending her afternoon drinking coffee with her family. She loved her Ury Church family very much and enjoyed worshipping the Lord. She had a very special relationship with her Pastor Kenny Lambert and his wife, Tammy. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her loving husband of 56 years, Roy Lee Ingram; a son, Rocky Lee Ingram; granddaughter, Bonnie Jean Ingram; sisters, Louise White, Shirley Young, and Shelby Keith; brothers, Doug Milam and Archie Milam. Those left to cherish her memory and will miss her very much are her loving sons and daughters, Randy Lee Ingram and wife, Linda of Wyco, WV, David Dewayne Ingram and wife, Debby of Amigo, WV, and Jeffrey Allen Ingram and wife, Ruby of Wyco, WV; two grandsons, Roy Christopher Ingram and his wife, Sarah of Wyco and Joesph Watson of Wyco; granddaughter, Melanie Daniels and husband, Coy of Glen Fork; four great-grandchildren, Nathan Daniels, Kaytlin Daniels, Carissa Tilley, and husband, Dustin of Glen Fork, and Lucas Allen Ingram of Wyco, WV; two brothers, Denver “Jughead” Milam of Fairdale, WV, and Cleve Milam of South Carolina; one sister, Nancy Graham of North Carolina; a special sister-in-law, Gloria Milam Counts; also left to cherish her memory is a very special brother-in-law, Jim Hazel Milam and his daughter, Janie of Bradley; and lots of nephews and nieces. Graveside Rites to celebrate the life of Mary Alice Milam Ingram will be held 11:00AM Tuesday, March 8, 2021 at Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens, Beckley with Pastor Kenny Lambert officiating assisted by Mary’s son, Pastor David Ingram. Following the services Mary will be laid to rest beside her beloved husband, Roy at Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens, Beckley. In keeping with the current CDC guidelines social distancing is requested. Online condolences and other information can be found by visiting www.blueridgefuneralhome.com Blue Ridge Funeral Home, 5251 Robert C. Byrd Drive, Beckley is honored to be serving the family.
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Mrs. Mary Alice Ingram
April 16, 2021
I just found out of her passing today, Mary was always such a sweet and loving person, her smile was contagious. Her love for her family was unlike any other. She was the best cook I have ever meet and she always wanted to feed you. My thoughts and Prayers are with the family. She will truly be missed by so many.
March 7, 2021
My aunt Lula lived beside Mary and Roy for many, many years. I spent a lot of time there during my childhood and adulthood as well. They were always so nice and friendly. I have many pleasant memories of them working in their garden and Mary always had the prettiest flowers! God bless you all during this difficult time and may He give you peace and comfort knowing she is with Him.
March 6, 2021
Mary was a amazing sweet loving caring person I have ever known and was there to help anyone that needed it and I will never forget her because she is always be in my heart forever. My condolences goes to all you and know your always be in my prayers and thoughts and know God is with each and every one of you you aren't alone God has you through this difficult time. I ❤️ U ALL with all of my heart and soul. God bless you all and know you will never be alone God will be there to help you through this time and always will. I ❤️ U 🌺🌹❤️🎚️🙏😇🌈
March 5, 2021
Randy, Dave and Jeff.....my deepest sympathy to each of you and the entire family.... may Gods love comfort you and memories make you smile ..... much love Barbara Green
March 5, 2021
I consider Mary a dear friend of mine. We worked together for three years at the Dogwood Inn in Mullens. She was an excellent cook and taught me to make biscuits. We were always glad to see each other at the grocery store after the restaurant was sold. I will cherish my lovely memories of Mary. Her friendship was a blessing. It was an honor to know her.