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Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel & Cemetery

7301 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX

OBITUARY

Mike Henry Ingle

December 5, 1955May 5, 2020
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On Monday, May 5, 2020, Mike Henry Ingle, loving husband, father of five, and dear friend to many passed away at the age of 64.

Mike was born on December 5, 1955, in Ft. Worth, Texas. He was a long-time machinist working for Triangle Machine, manufacturing airplane parts. On June 30, 1989, Mike married Lexa Leigh Tucker. They raised two sons, Blake and Billy, and a daughter Brenee’. Mike also had two other children he loved dearly: his son Ronnie, and his daughter Michelle.

Mike had many hobbies like hunting and being outdoors, and loved nothing more than a good time with friends. From hosting super bowl parties to frequent poker nights, Mike always enjoyed the companionship of his dear friends and loved ones. He appreciated and enjoyed a wide range of music and television. Most importantly, he was known for his deep compassion for others and his willingness to help a friend in need.

Mike was preceded in death by his father Glen, his mother Robbie Sue, his sister Barbara and his grandson Emilio. He is survived by his wife of 31 years, Lexa ingle, his five children Ronnie, Michelle, Blake, Billy and Brenee’, his sisters Diane and Shirley, his Brother Glen as well as, several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

A closed casket viewing will be held on Monday, May 11, from 6:00-8:00 PM at the Shannon Rosehill Funeral home on 7301 East Lancaster Avenue, Ft Worth Tx. A funeral service will be held the following day May 12 at the same location at 1:00 PM. Current circumstances limit the maximum attendance for the chapel service to 40 attendees, while the outside interment will be open for all to come.

Services

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, May 12, 2020

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Irene Terrell

May 8, 2020

We are at lost for words. Mike will always be remember for the Kindness that Mike and Lexa showed us when J.W. Brown was sick. We'll treasury the Memories we spend together at all the gatherings. Mike was always Smiling and that's the way we will remember Mike. Our Deepest Sympathy and our Prayers and Thoughts are with ya all at this Difficult time. Love Aunt Caroline and Irene and John Terrell and Family.

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