Wilma Ingham

OBIT-inghamWilma Ingham

Mrs. Wilma J. Ingham, aged 94 of Belmont, passed away peacefully in her sleep Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at Villa Maria Retirement Community, her loved home for the past year. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul M. Ingham, Jr.; 3 sisters, Evelyn, Mildred and Lillian and their spouses; and 3 brothers, Fred, Ed and Bob and their spouses. Surviving are her children, David (Rosalyn) Ingham, Bob (Carol Guppy) Ingham, Linda (Rick) Rector, Steven Ingham; grandchildren, Lori Talo, Scott Talo, Rebecca (Nick) Giroski, Jodi Ingham, Jenifer (Tim) Millonzi, Shawn Lutz, Brian (Sarah) Ingham, Dustin (Sarah) Ingham, Melissa Ingham, Seth (Janet) Piccolo, Kim Loeckner, Lisa White, Josiah Ingham, Isaac Ingham, and 8 great grandchildren; sister, Edna Patton of St. Clair Shores; sister-in-law, Maryann Schultheiss of South Carolina. She was a member of St. Stephen Lutheran Church (currently Rock Pointe) in Belmont, since 1979. She volunteered for many years at Meijer Gardens and sang with the Northview Seniors Silvertones. She was a retiree from the Michigan Veterans Facility. She was deeply loved and a blessing to us all. Funeral services were held 11:00 AM Friday, July 19 at Stegenga Funeral Chapel, 1601 Post Dr. NE. The family will greet relatives and friends Thursday 6 to 8 PM and one hour prior to the service on Friday. Private interment will be held at Blythefield Memory Gardens at a later date.

To read more about Wilma’s life, share a memory or photo and to sign the family’s online guestbook, please visit www.stegengafuneralchapel.com.. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to Frederik Meijer Gardens.

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