Jennifer Lynn Ingraham
April 4, 1971 – February 5, 2020
Jennifer Lynn Ingraham was born on April 4, 1971 and passed away on February 5, 2020.
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Jennifer Lynn Ingraham
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February 21, 2020
Jenny’s passing has shocked me with its suddenness - despite her being sick for so long - it was still so abrupt. I was sitting by my own mums death bed when she must have passed and I feel so sad not to have known until a day or so ago 😞 to think she died alone is difficult! We have been good friends with Jenny for many years since she attended Bible College in Peterborough, Ontario. She stayed at our home for several weeks and Paul and I have stayed in touch over the years. Her honesty, vulnerability and gentle spirit have left a mark on my heart - she suffered so much with depression and yet accomplished so much by helping others and putting a spotlight on it for others to help them verbalize their pain. In a strange way cancer became this place where she experienced the grace of community more in deep and meaningful ways. She often said cancer was easier to deal with than depression because it drew people to you rather than pushed them away. How precious to know that she is free from both and experiencing everlasting life and pure joy in the presence of her Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. Rest in His promised Peace Jenny. You will be missed more than you could ever have imagined.
February 19, 2020
Aww...sweet friend. I miss you lots and am shocked. It seemed you were doing so well. You are the kind of friend everyone should have and the kind of person far too few in the world. I was just remembering the one 4th of July when there was the rainstorm and we were soaked through. Miss our laughter and times together. It seems you are no longer suffering but basking in the heavenly light. See you there someday! Hugs my friend. We didn't get to go on our hike so maybe we can do that in eternity. xxoo, Brenda
February 17, 2020
Jenny, you were always a breath of fresh air. I loved that we got to be roommates when we lived in Jasper. Lots of laughs, lots of tears, AND a lot of learning things the hard way. Which we often laughed hysterically at, after the fact.
Your tone of voice was always so calming and peaceful to me. I will miss that voice. You were such a sweet, gentle soul, passionate, and kind. Transparent, raw and real. You definately loved Jesus and I'm happy that you're in perfect peace now. Love you forever. See you in Heaven,... Soon. 💞💋🙏🌹🎶😘
February 16, 2020
From the moment we met Jenny we felt how special she was. There was something about the way she spoke and carried herself that radiated a calming and kind presence. We are so grateful for Jenny and are deeply saddened that our relationship did not get to grow. Thank you Jenny for touching our lives. Jim & Lisa. “It matters not who you love, where you love, why you love, when you love or how you love, it matters only that you love.” - John Lennon