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Dimond & Sons Needles Mortuary

222 E Street, Needles, CA

OBITUARY

Blake William Ingraham

October 16, 1998December 4, 2019
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Blake William Ingraham, age 21, of Lake Havasu City died on Dec 4th, 2019, as a result from a single car accident in Needles, CA. He was born in San Dimas, CA. The son of Dustin and Michaelann (Sharrai) Ingraham. He graduated from Lake Havasu City, AZ in 2016 and then started working in the family business (Monstrous Pizza) as a pizza expert for over 3 years. Blake was a kindhearted soft-spoken soul. He enjoyed video games, watching Youtube, playing W.O.W and hanging out with his sister but most of all he liked listening to heavy metal music and learning new songs on his electric guitar that he built with his G-pa. He also had an outstanding memory, memorizing over 1300 numbers in Pi, over a 3 month period, to the song “One” from Metallica. He will forever be remembered for his willingness to help others, doing crazy things on a whim and for just being him. Blake is survived by his father, Dustin, of Eastvale, CA; his mother, Michaelann, and his sister Megan Ingraham both of Lake Havasu City, AZ. Services will be held Monday January 6th 2020, at the LDS church 504 Acoma Blvd N., Lake Havasu, Visitation at 9am and Funeral at 10am. Celebration of life, location TBA at funeral, will be immediately following Interment at Lake Havasu Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, Heavy Metal stickers are requested to adorn Blake's casket in person or can be sent to General Delivery/Blake Ingraham, 1750 N McCulloch Blvd, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403.

  • FAMILY

  • Dustin James Ingraham, Father
  • Michaelann (Mic) Sharrai Ingraham, Mother
  • Megan Ingraham, Sister
  • Jim Ingraham, Grandfather
  • Liz Ingraham, Grandmother
  • Verna Pike, Grandmother
  • Duane Sharrai, Uncle
  • Tiffani Sharrai, Aunt
  • Evelyn Hall, Great Aunt

Services

  • Visitation Monday, January 6, 2020
  • Funeral Service Monday, January 6, 2020

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Kristin Wallentine (Pfaff)

January 1, 2020

I am so very sorry for your loss of Blake. Blake was always so kind to my son Justin and didn't tease him for Justin's obsession with his Rubik's cubes or his absorption with computer programming and games. I just found out today and my heart breaks for you. I remember them eating lunch at the same table with Kaleb Moulton, Trey Konarski and Zach Casey sometimes. When kids would start teasing Justin, he could always find a quiet friend to be with that understood him and his crazy sense of humor. Blake came over a few times to the house to play video games when they were younger, he was always so respectful. Your family will always be in my prayers.

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