Owen Funeral Home

12 Collins Drive, Cartersville, GA


Beverly Ann Ingram

January 24, 1947February 7, 2020

Beverly Ann Ingram, age 73 of Rydal, GA passed away on Friday, February 7, 2020. Beverly was born on January 24, 1947 in Atlanta, GA to the late Joe Ingram and Geraldine Chastain Ingram. She is survived by her son; Richard Bell, daughter, Gina Nash, four grandchildren; Montez, LeShae, Keith, great grandchildren; Brooklyn, Addison, Ezra, Elijah, sister; Sheila Ingram Smart, brother; Horace Ingram. A graveside service will be held at Sunset Memory Gardens on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 1:00 pm with Horace Ingram officiating. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm. Please visit www.owenfunerals.com to sign the online register. Owen Funeral Home 12 Collins Dr Cartersville, GA has charge of the arrangements.


  • Visitation Tuesday, February 11, 2020
  • Graveside Service Tuesday, February 11, 2020


Beverly Ann Ingram

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Shirley Chastain

February 12, 2020

Since my memory of Sunday did not show up, I will send it again, Beverly was loaded with adventure, devilment & fun. We had so much fun together throughout the years, I will miss my running buddy, Her work on earth is done. No longer will she have to work through life's trials suffer bodily pains. Not only was Bee Bee my cousin --- most importantly she was my friend. Rest in peace Bee Bee.

martha freeman

February 11, 2020

i'm so sorry that you went through all the trials and tribulations that you had to endure.. you will allways be in my heart.. i know i will miss you the most on Sunday mornings... we always had our coffee together with a phone call... may you rest in peace in heaven .. love ya always. Carole

Peggy Gunn

February 10, 2020

We are very sorry about Beverly.We knew her and her family for many years. She was a very sweet person. Sympathy goes to her family,especially Horace and Sheila,as I thought so much of them when they were growing up. Howard and Peggy Gunn 🙏

Veronica Harvey

February 10, 2020

My memory of Beverly goes back to around 1958 when she and her family lived on Oakdale Rd. There was such a good group of young friends who lived on Oakdale Rd. and Oakdale Court.. I remember talking to Beverly about two years ago via fb.. and we talked about the yrs back then, only to find out while I at the age of 14 maybe, had a crush on her older brother , Ronnie, and she replied, " well I had a crush on your older brother too " something we never knew about each other. She will be missed by so many family and friends. Rest In Peace Beverly, your friend, Veronica Delves Harvey

Carolyn (Carol) Ingram

February 9, 2020

Dear BeBe,
My most favorite memory about you BeBe, is way before Horace and I got married and I first met you, Horace took me to your and Larry’s house he was gonna help Larry on the basement, you were so sweet you treated me as if you had always known me. I felt welcomed and at ease, you had that quality about you then.
I don’t know if it would have scared me off if you had been ugly, because I was already hooked on your brother.
That was the start of a joyous meeting into the family along with many more, and that one I will always remember with love.
Thank you for being so warm and welcoming to a girl that was scared to death when I met people I didn’t know .
Enjoy every moment seeing and loving Maw, Popa,
Ronnie, and Chester.
I will see you one day.

Rest In Peace BeBe,
Love ❤️ Carol

Montez Nash

February 9, 2020


Thank you for everything. The memories are endless and will never be forgotten. From the countless games of Skip Bo to drawing pictures on each other’s backs when I was a little girl, you will always be in my heart. Love you always.

Heather Smart

February 9, 2020

Aunt BB,

We may have grown apart over the years... but we were/are both stubborn as a mule.

I know you are in a better place and the pain and hurt is now gone.

May the lord wrap his arms around you, and may nana and papa have another baby home with them.

Love Heather

Horace Ingram

February 9, 2020

Beverly was a good sister. She would fight tooth and nail for her beliefs. A very strong Ingram. Even though we had our ups and downs and seldom agreed on life struggles, we were able to spend time together and share feelings again. Rest in peace Bev. Love you Horace.

Sheila Smart

February 9, 2020

To my loving sister whom I love so much
Your memory will be my keepsake with which
I ‘ll never part, God has you in his keeping
I have you in my heart.
I will be with you again one day!!

Sandra Rodriguez

February 9, 2020

As you close your eyes in rest, may all your pain and troubles be lost forever. May you find Paradise and a world of eternal life. Will miss you with all my heart Aunt Beverly.
My thoughts and prayers to Richard and Gina. Love you guys, sorry I could not be there with you.