OBITUARY

Chase Lee Ingram

July 25, 2000September 11, 2020
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Chase Lee Ingram, age 20, of Woodstock, Georgia passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020. Chase was born July 25, 2000 to Tabitha Baynard and Frank Ingram. Chase attended Euharlee Elementary then went to Carmel Elementary, Woodstock Middle School and Woodstock High School class of 2018. He played football at Woodstock Middle, baseball at SCRA and Hamilton Crossing. Most recently He competed at Dixie Speedway in the Demolition Derby. Chase worked at Frank Ingram Wrecker Service with his family

Chase is survived by father, Frank Ingram; mother, Tabitha Baynard; sister, Carley Baynard; grandmother Gloria Ingram, grandfather, Joe Whitmire (Papa Joe), grandfather Tommy Baynard, grandmother (Teen), uncle Jeffery Baynard, aunt Tammi Grayson, cousin Christian Ingram and niece RoseaLee Baynard. Many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends

Chase was preceded in death by grandfather Bill Ingram, grandmother Mable Baynard, and aunt Lora Ingram. A visitation for Chase will be held Tuesday, September 15, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM and Wednesday, September 16, from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM. Funeral service will be Wednesday, September 16, 2020 at 2:00 PM at the funeral home. Chase will be laid to rest at Pine Ridge Memorial Park, Kennesaw, Georgia. You can leave condolences for the Ingram family at https://admin.mem.com/sso/newde/9355242#contententry/condolences

  • FAMILY

  • Frank Ingram, Father
  • Tabitha Baynard, Mother
  • Carley Baynard, Sister
  • Bill Ingram, Grandfather (deceased)
  • Gloria Ingram, Grandmother
  • Joe Whitmire (Papa Joe), Grandfather
  • Tommy Baynard, Grandfather
  • Teen, Grandmother
  • Mable Baynard, Grandmother (deceased)
  • Lora Ingram, Aunt (deceased)
  • Jeffery Baynard, Uncle
  • Tammi Grayson, Aunt
  • Christian Ingram, Cousin
  • RoseaLee Baynard, Niece
  • Many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends

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Services

  • Vistation

    Tuesday, September 15, 2020

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Entombment

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Memories

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Jeff Baynard

September 17, 2020


I so wish I had more memories with you. We get so busy in life thinking we all have lots of time left to spend time with our loved ones. You are proof that our time may be over tomorrow. But yet in your short time here you made many people smile. Even when things wasn’t so great you always was smiling. Maybe it was the youth in you but you really did it your way. My heart seriously hurts thinking you are gone but I smile knowing both sides of your family have people up there that greeted you at the gate I’m sure Bill took you to a race and granny sue fixed you some dinner I know you are well protected up there. Now if you would watch over the rest of us and protect us. Love you Chase!!!!!

Carley Baynard

September 17, 2020

Gosh I don’t know where to start. Chase taught me a lot in life. Chase just wasn’t my brother he was my best friend my day 1 the one I would call if I needed anything. He taught me how I should be treated in a relationship and who was bad and who was good for me. He was the best brother anyone could ask for. He was a helpful person he would go out of his was the help anyone. He loved everyone to the fullest. Chase I’m gonna miss all the fights and arguments we would have over stupid things. One time chase made me mad so I threw a water bottle at him, I’ve thrown moms makeup bag at him. Than the last time was when I chased him around the house with a knife over a rice crispy treat because he wouldn’t let me have one. But at the end of the day we still loved each other. Chase was the best uncle to RoseaLee he loved her so much. He came up to the hospital when I was in labor. He came up and stayed in the hospital with me after I had her. He would come up here to the house just to see her not me nor mom just her. Chase you are gonna be missed but never forgotten. I love you I miss you more than anything.

Kelly Henson

September 16, 2020

I learned so much from Chase. He taught me how to crash a Big Wheel, he taught me to dive but most of all he taught me the love one could have for another person. At a year and a half old he stole my heart and the love I felt for Chase is everlasting and completely unconditional. The part of me that is Chase will never die...

Carole Breirenbach

September 16, 2020

Wishing you peace to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday. RIP Chase . Carole and Bo T.

Ken Barrett

September 16, 2020

So sorry for your loss, sending up prayers for comfort of the family during this sad time. The few times I have been with Chase he was always polite & had a big smile on his face. Love Ya'll

Jasmine Martin

September 15, 2020

I never thought I would have to say goodbye to you so soon. Since I met you, you’ve always been there for me and my brother. You always helped me through my depression and everything you could. You came to all my lame birthdays and even my school pageant, thats one of my favorite memories of us.
You were my only guy friend that always treated me with respect but was never afraid to fight me. I think some of our best times were us fighting in the yard and eventually getting in trouble because we were to stubborn to stop.
There’s to many memories to reminisce on for such a short message.
I just hope you know you were an amazing friend with such a pure heart and kind soul.
I love you and I’ll miss you everyday.

Lynne McDowell

September 15, 2020

We saw you at the race track about a week ago, we just talked an talked I remember that day you were so happy....you will be missed

Kristie Ingram

September 15, 2020

Chase was a sweet young man. He always smiled and spoke whenever I saw him out, at the races, or family gatherings. I remember when he when he was in middle school and he needed a dollar for something. He asked if he could borrow a dollar. I gave him a dollar. He came back the next day and brought me the dollar back. He said “ here is your dollar I owe you. Thanks.” And I said “I’m not worried about that, keep it.“ he said thanks again. I guess that sticks with me because most kids would not have came and find someone to pay them back.

Chris Hatcher

September 15, 2020

I had many one-on-one moments with Chase at the race shop over the last 10 to 12 years. I enjoyed watching him grow up. He showed great enthusiasm for everything he did. Chase is part of a family that never had him question whether or not he was loved. He knew it. Just about every picture you see of him has someone around him, loving on him.
He will always be young.

Nathan Strickland

September 14, 2020

Chase was not just my best friend but my brother he was there for me through everything he was like another son to my mom I remember nights that me and chase would sit and watch my brother for 2 or 3 nights at a time and the time he begged his dad for the keys all night just to take me to court in the morning most of the best memories in my life where made with chase

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