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O.B. Davis Funeral Homes - Miller Place

1001 Route 25A, Miller Place, NY

The family of John G. Ingordo invites you to celebrate his life. Please note that a mask will be required to attend and social distancing measures will be in place as well as government capacity guid...
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John G. Ingordo

February 10, 1952June 12, 2020
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John G. Ingordo, age 68, of Lewes, Delaware and formerly of Long Island, New York, passed away on June 12, 2020. John was born February 10, 1952 in Bayreuth, Germany to Frieda Ingordo (née Eck) and the late Mario Ingordo.

Loving father of Christine Hess and Jennifer Greevy. Proud grandpa of Matthew and Ryan Greevy. Caring brother of Jerry and Rich Ingordo. John's dynamic personality will be missed by all who knew him and while he may be in heaven, he is giving them hell. Truly unforgettable is who John was.

A memorial visitation will take place with social distancing and capacity limit measures in place on Tuesday June 23, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM at O.B. Davis Funeral Homes, 1001 Route 25A, Miller Place, New York 11764. A memorial service with social distancing and capacity limit measures in place will take place Tuesday June 23, 2020 at 3:00 PM at the funeral home.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.obdavismillerplace.com for the Ingordo family.

Services

  • Memorial Visitation

    Tuesday, June 23, 2020

  • Memorial Service

    Tuesday, June 23, 2020

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Laurence Borges

June 24, 2020

just say dad, brother in law and uncle is the best ice crusher better than a machine. rest in peace with sally. will always love our family

Michael and Barbara Mcconnell

June 21, 2020

John,
We will miss seeing you at the red mill pond pool in lewes Delaware; they were fun times. We enjoyed talking about our Long Island connection. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this trying time.

Mary and Marty Leach

June 19, 2020

Our condolences to John’s family. We are blessed to be part of a caring community here at RMP. We did not know John well but have enjoyed occasional friendly chats at the pool or our clubhouse. Always a loss when we lose one of our friends in or neighborhood.

Rene Bernatzky

June 18, 2020

So so sorry for your loss, John was an amazing family man, and loved you all deeply.
Please find comfort knowing that he is resting in peace.
Our heartfelt sympathy to the entire family.

Warren & Rene Bernatzky

Michelle Day

June 18, 2020

I delivered Johns mail until he moved to Delaware. He was excited about the move to the no tax state! I am very sad to hear about his passing because the loss will leave a void in the hearts to all that knew him, especially his daughters, brothers and family. He was a great guy with a big smile. Rest in peace John, it was a pleasure to have known you.

Bob and Joan Nordaby

June 18, 2020

Our condolences to John's family.
He will be missed.
Bob and Joni

Christine Hess

June 18, 2020

Dad, you remember the time when you and mom were at a party down the road from our house on Drake Rd and you pretended to break into the house to scare the daylights out of us? I remember hearing you laughing from outside when I called mom in a panic. And as the worst secret keeper in the world, every year on my birthday you would tell me what I was getting as a present..."it's got two handlebars and spokes and it's parked in the backyard but that's all I can say....don't tell your mother". Let's not forget the sound of you cracking ice on a Sunday morning at 6 am, waking everyone up in the house. These obscure, weird memories of you I will never forget because it's what made you, YOU! That's my dad: the loud, crazy jokester who always wants to make people laugh.

Unfortunately, in a couple days, we will have our first Father's Day without you. The day in which we would call you and you would remind us how lucky we are to have you as a father. :)

We are lucky because you and Mom made Jen and I who we are today - I hope you're proud (which I know you are) and never stop watching over us. You and mom are both somewhere else now and I am not sure how we will navigate life without our parents but we have no choice but to figure it out. I promise you, we will be okay. Eventually.

Sleep easy my Papa, until we meet again. I love you.

Lorraine Meyer

June 17, 2020

In 1994 we bought our home in Mastic Beach, across from John. We moved in on Saturday - worked like dogs and tried to sleep in on Sunday. That did not happen because on Sunday morning at 6am John was up, playing a Beatles song very loudly with all the windows open because it was June. He was singing louder than if the Beatles were in concert.
We did not appreciate it that day.
What we did come to appreciate was the good neighbor we got. The first neighbor who walked over the morning after I had my first daughter , Michelle, and scooped her right up in his arms. He loved my girls. He was a good friend and neighbor. I remember surprising him with a 50th Birthday party at my house. It was a great night. I’m sure he’s singing above

Tracy Siranides

June 17, 2020

John was always up to fun. We met at Red Mill Pond Community. Always a hoot down by the Clubhouse pool. John may you Rest Easy in Perpetual Light and Peace.

June Berube

June 17, 2020

I met John at Red Mill Pond in DE. One of my memories is that he was always up and had a good time. We had many socials at our clubhouse and he enjoyed being around everyone. He also liked going in the pool and enjoyed talking to lots of people. John was a jokester. I was so sorry to hear he passed away and really didn’t see him since we were in lockdown. My sympathy to his family.