Gloria Jean Ingram Roberts

December 13, 1948March 28, 2018

Gloria Jean Ingram Roberts, 69, passed away March 28, 2018. She was born December 13, 1948 in Jacksonville, Florida and resided in Middleburg, Florida. Mrs. Roberts is survived by 5 sons, Donald L. Ingram, Jr. “Tiger”, James Allen Ingram, Ronald Earl Ingram, Joseph Lindy Ingram, Travis Melvin Ingram; 17 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; 8 brothers, Tom Melvin Gill, Curtis McDonald Gill, Jerry Cecil Gill, Joseph Lindy Gill, Griffin Michael Gill, John Ward Gill, Terry Moses Gill; Sister, Teresa K. Ice.

A funeral service will be held 11 AM Tuesday April 3, 2018 with 1 hour prior visitation at Corner Stone Baptist Church, 20 Cinnamon Street Middleburg, Florida 32068. Burial will follow at Holly Hill Memorial Park, 3601 Old Jennings Road Middleburg, Florida 32068. Please leave words of comfort at


  • Donald L. Ingram "Tiger" Jr., Son
  • James Allen Ingram, Son
  • Ronald Earl Ingram, Son
  • Joseph Lindy Ingram, Son
  • Travis Melvin Ingram, Son
  • Tom Melvin Gill, Brother
  • Curtis McDonald Gill, Brother
  • Jerry Cecil Gill, Brother
  • Joseph Lindy Gill, Brother
  • Griffin Michael Gill, Brother
  • John Ward Gill, Brother
  • Terry Moses Gill, Brother
  • Teresa K. Ice, Sister
  • 17 Grandchildren
    10 Great Gandchildren



  • Visitation Tuesday, April 3, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 3, 2018


  • Burial

Gloria Jean Ingram Roberts

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Donald and Barbara Fussell

April 4, 2018

Got news of Jeans passing today. sorry family she was one of a kind.we go back 50 yrs.our husband's were work friends first and real Friends later. Jean was happy go lucky in her younger days.she loved her boy's most of all and her family also.RIP sweetie may we meet again in Heaven.

Chase Ingram

March 31, 2018

My grandmother has been the most influential person in my life , even with all the wrong she knew that I have done , she has done nothing but support and help me and she was always telling me “I’m praying for you chase and you need to get home before dark so we can eat dinner “ I’m so happy that she is finally back home and not hurting any longer , this last year was hard on her but she was such a strong woman , I’ve looked up to her and the way she has lived her life so close to God , for my whole life . She taught me how to make coffee and how to fold laundry this past year , I could go on and on about the amazing woman that she was and the respect I had for her , this is the hardest thing I’ve had to deal with , but eases my hearts pain knowing her and my papa are both watching down keeping me out of trouble
- I pray that I can be half of the person you were one day nana , I’ll never lose the memory of you and how you have affected my life and the person I am . I love you more than life itself nana , have fun up there with papa and the lord , your pain is over ~
I love you ,

Holly Pate

March 30, 2018

Aunt Jean will be missed by an enormous amount of family and friends. She was well known for her amazing humor especially hearing all the brothers and sisters picking on one another. That never got old. We (Dad and I) just got to visit her at her home on Saturday, March 24th. She had called me early that day and wanted me to bring Dad (Joseph Lindy Gill) by for her to see. We came by that afternoon. She had a hospital bed in her living room that she was in and I brought Dad in his wheelchair. Dad said "Jean, this is starting to look like a nursing home here". That was a great laugh. Uncle Mike was there and said " that's what I get to look forward to". Uncle Johnny also got to be with us. It seems so surreal to hear that she has passed. She will be missed dearly by us all. I love you Aunt Jean!!! Thank you for all the great laughs you brought to us all. We'll join you again someday. Have the coffee ready! Love, Holly Jo

Karen Wicks Del Mar

March 30, 2018

I always remember Mary talking about Jean. Now they are once again together and healed.
May God give you all comfort as only he can do.
Love and prayers to your family.

Elaine Ingram Greene

March 30, 2018

My heart goes out to you all in the loss of your mama, my aunt Jean. Even though it has been many years since I have seen her or you boys, I remember enjoying being around her; in my mind, she is forever young, slender and tan. You all will continue to be in my prayers. With love, your cousin, Elaine Ingram Greene (daughter of the late James Allen Ingram)