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Cole Ingram & Rhiannon Ingram

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Cole Ryan Ingram & Rhiannon Marshaya Ingram

Cole was an amazing little boy! From the minute he was born, he brightened our lives! Cole was a ball of energy! He enjoyed playing video games like Fortnite, Minecraft, and Five Nights at Freddy’s. He loved playing outside, riding his bike, jumping on the trampoline, and running around with his dog, Gizmo. Cole had a love for animals of all kinds. He was always wanting to find and keep lizards, frogs, rollie pollies, etc….. Cole was just learning to read well and loved to read books to his brother and sister. He had recently learned to tell time and was constantly keeping track of the time to tell us when to pick up his mom from work. Cole wanted to be in football camp this year to play football just like his Uncle Jayden did. He always shared his treats from school with his brother and sister. He had just recently received his first love letter from a girl at school. His favorite color was red and he loved eating popcorn with his uncle and watching Boss Baby. He loved God and his family and friends. To his brother and sister, he was their “Colie”, to his grandma, he was “Colie Rollie Pollie”.

Rhiannon was an amazing little girl! From the moment she was born, she was the light of our lives. She never met a stranger. She loved God and everyone. Rhiannon loved to sing and dance. She could make a song out of any situation. Her favorite song was “Let It Go” from the movie, “Frozen”. She wanted to be a ballerina, Rhiannon loved to change clothes a dozen times a day and to dress up like a princess. She loved high heels, pretty dresses, press-on nails, and make-up. She loved to have her picture taken and to always be the center of attention. Singing and playing with Barbies and baby dolls were activities she loved to do. Rhiannon’s brothers meant the world to her. She was excited to start pre-k in August and she played school with her brothers a lot. Her favorite colors were pink and purple and all things that glitter. She loved watching late-night movies and binging on soda and popcorn which for her, was “Family Night”. Rhiannon’s favorite things to watch were “Naruto”, Barbie movies, and “Frozen”. To everyone she was “Sister” or “Sister Bear” but to Percy, she was “Annon”.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 24, 2021

  • Visitation

    Sunday, April 25, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, April 26, 2021

Memories

Cole Ingram & Rhiannon Ingram

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Gwen McNeely

April 18, 2021

To Ted and Jasmine and the entire OWZE family you have my deepest sympathy for your unimaginable loss. Will keep in prayer.

Marie Smith

April 16, 2021

I cannot even find the words to explain the devastation we all feel at your loss. Please know that your family is and always will be in our thoughts and prayers. I have been hearing lots and lots of stories about these two little angels, as a part of THIS FAMILY.

With love and prayers,

Marie and Sarah Smith

Debra and Willie Thomas

April 16, 2021

We have lost a part of our hearts. May God bless you and keep you through this heart break. In Jesus name, amen.

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