Eileen Dyer Ingram

Thu, 01/31/2008 - 11:22am
By: The Citizen

Eileen Dyer Ingram, 86, Thomaston, died Jan. 26, 2008. A native of Florence, Ala., she had lived in Upson County since the age of 18. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Reed Ingram Sr., and a grandson, Jeffrey Ingram. She was active in community affairs, organizing the March of Dimes and was a tireless worker for the Food Bank, the American Red Cross and the Thomaston-Upson Archives. She was a member of First United Methodist Church of Thomaston, and had served as president of the Tumlin Sunday School Class for several years. Services were at the Pasley-Fletcher chapel with the Rev. John Barnes and the Rev. Richard Long officiating. Burial was in Glenwood Cemetery. Survivors include sons, Marvin Ingram, Thomaston, and Edward and Anne Ingram, Peachtree City; a brother, Marvin "Buck" and Dorothy Dyers, Jonesboro; grandchildren, Dr. Jeff and Aimee Richardson, Tyrone, and Trish Ingram, Ansonia, Conn.; great-grandchildren, Jacob and Grace Anne Richardson, and Hannah and Maeve Ingram. Memorial donations may be made to Thomaston Hospice. Pasley-Fletcher Funeral Home, Thomaston, was in charge.

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