Richard Dale Ingram

 
Richard Dale Ingram, age 84, of rural Warsaw, MO, passed away Friday, November 10, 2017 at the Kansas City Veteran’s Hospital in Kansas City, MO.  He was born on January 3, 1933, in Sedalia, MO, the son of Richard R. and Lulu Bailey Ingram.  
Richard attended Warsaw High School and graduated with the class of 1951.  On March 4, 1953, he was inducted into the United States Army serving overseas in Austria.  He was honorable discharged on February 4, 1955 and returned to Warsaw.
Richard had served 6 years as Southside Commissioner for Benton County and had worked for the Benton County Road District for 9 years.  Most of his life however, was spent on the farm and farming.  He had also served as Benton County committeeman on the ASCA board.
He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers, Virgil, Donald, Vernon, Bob and Dean Ingram,  and one sister, Marjorie Peterson.
Richard is survived by two sisters-in-law’s, Joyce Ingram of Raytown, MO, and Laura Ingram of Warsaw, MO, seventeen nephews and nieces, and a wonderful friend, Peggy Tess.
Graveside Services and Burial for Richard Ingram was held at 10:30 AM, Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at Belleview Cemetery near Warsaw with Bro. Carl Gennings officiating.  Arrangements under the direction of the Reser Funeral Home, Warsaw, MO.Richard Dale Ingram
Richard Dale Ingram, age 84, of rural Warsaw, MO, passed away Friday, November 10, 2017 at the Kansas City Veteran’s Hospital in Kansas City, MO.  He was born on January 3, 1933, in Sedalia, MO, the son of Richard R. and Lulu Bailey Ingram.  
Richard attended Warsaw High School and graduated with the class of 1951.  On March 4, 1953, he was inducted into the United States Army serving overseas in Austria.  He was honorable discharged on February 4, 1955 and returned to Warsaw.
Richard had served 6 years as Southside Commissioner for Benton County and had worked for the Benton County Road District for 9 years.  Most of his life however, was spent on the farm and farming.  He had also served as Benton County committeeman on the ASCA board.
He was preceded in death by his parents, five brothers, Virgil, Donald, Vernon, Bob and Dean Ingram,  and one sister, Marjorie Peterson.
Richard is survived by two sisters-in-law’s, Joyce Ingram of Raytown, MO, and Laura Ingram of Warsaw, MO, seventeen nephews and nieces, and a wonderful friend, Peggy Tess.
Graveside Services and Burial for Richard Ingram was held at 10:30 AM, Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at Belleview Cemetery near Warsaw with Bro. Carl Gennings officiating.  Arrangements under the direction of the Reser Funeral Home, Warsaw, MO.

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