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James "Michael" Ingram

November 27, 1936May 16, 2021

James M. Ingram “Michael”, age 84, passed away on May 16, 2021. He is survived by his loving wife of 27 years, Ann; his son, Michael (Sylvia); grandchildren, James (Kalli), Mellissa (Christopher) and Devin. He was a Great-grandfather of 5, with 2 more on the way. He is also survived by his sisters, Madelyn (Larry) and Christine. “Michael” was predeceased by his son, Glenn.

Mike was a proud Marine Corps Veteran and a member of the Bruce Post VFW #1146. He was retired from Entertainment Publications. He also worked after retirement for the St. Clair Shores Golf Course for about 20 years. Mike loved to draw and sketch and was an avid Detroit Tigers and Red Wings fan.

A memorial mass will be held on Saturday, June 19, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church, 21201 E 13 Mile Rd., St. Clair Shores.

  • FAMILY

  • Ann Ingram, Wife
  • Michael (Sylvia) Ingram, Son
  • James (Kalli), Mellissa (Christopher) and Devin, Grandchildren
  • Madelyn (Larry) and Christine, Sister
  • He was a Great-grandfather of 5, with 2 more on the way.


    “Michael” was predeceased by his son, Glenn.

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, June 19, 2021

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Bonnie Baranowski

June 19, 2021

Michael was a long-time special forever friend and neighbor who was always full of fun and had a true zest of life. He was the first person who welcomed me into the neighborhood with a beer in his hand and a huge smile. He was family to me and I shall miss all the fun he, Ann and I have had over the nearly 30 years. I shall remember and cherish each memory I have of Michael and his caring heart. From cutting grass to his always checking the time on his watch, from having drinks aver the fence to his contagious laugh, and so many more. He was always so proud of his family. He loved Ann dearly. Things will never be the same without him. I will always love Michael and miss him every day.
Rest in Peace, my dear friend. Love, Bonnie

Ellen Spratt

May 19, 2021

I just recently met Michael. He and his wife Ann would drive Ann’s mother Helen to get her hair done every Friday. We had time to visit when Helen was under the dryer. Michael was so interesting to talk to and had a fantastic sense of humor.
My prayers to the family. He will missed by many.

Kathleen Manning

May 19, 2021

Thinking and praying for this special Man and his wonderful family. My fondest memory I will share is the very huge impact James made in my life. James saw potential in me and put his faith in me when he recommended me for a job at the Company where he worked as a leader. It was my very first opportunity in the business world . He drove me to and from work everyday and encouraged me to do my best. He taught a great work ethic by being an amazing example of how to get things done and also how to build lasting camaraderie among co-workers. I still use the tools he gave me to this day in my business practices. Sending Love and prayers.
Kathleen

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Biography

James M. Ingram “Michael”, age 84, passed away on May 16, 2021. He is survived by his loving wife of 27 years, Ann; his son, Michael (Sylvia); grandchildren, James (Kalli), Mellissa (Christopher) and Devin. He was a Great-grandfather of 5, with 2 more on the way. He is also survived by his sisters, Madelyn (Larry) and Christine. “Michael” was predeceased by his son, Glenn.

Mike was a proud Marine Corps Veteran and a member of the Bruce Post VFW #1146. He was retired from Entertainment Publications. He also worked after retirement for the St. Clair Shores Golf Course for about 20 years. Mike loved to draw and sketch and was an avid Detroit Tigers and Red Wings fan.

Services are pending. A memorial mass at St. Margaret of Scotland Catholic Church will be held at a later date.