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Ann Marie Ingram

Interment Info: Burlington Cemetery
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Ann Marie Ingram, 47, of Burlington, KY passed away Sunday, April 26, 2020 with her loved ones by her side, in the comfort of her home. Ann was born February 9, 1973 in Cincinnati, OH. Ann Marie was a loving wife, mother, and Nana, and she loved spending time with her family, especially her beloved grandson Ashton. She also loved flowers, and enjoyed gardening, she loved her cats, and caring for animals. She enjoyed her Soap Opera’s, but family was always most important. She was preceded in death by her brothers: Tom, Pete, and Tim Bailey, and her sister: Donna Kopp. Ann Marie is survived by her loving husband: James Ingram, her beloved children: James Ingram II, Brandon Ingram, Keri (Kyle) Furnish, and Destani Ingram, her dear mother: Patricia Bailey, her cherished grandsons: Liam Ingram and Ashton Duke, and her siblings: Mamie, Jennifer, Johann, Kevin, Mike, Connie, Ellen, and Karen. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, services for Ann Marie will be handled in private at the convenience of her family. The service will be streamed live on YouTube by searching: “Linnemann Funerals Live” on Friday, May 1, 2020 at 1:00 PM. If you miss it live, you can watch it anytime after the live stream ends on YouTube. For friends and loved one’s who can not be here in person due to the Covid-19 restrictions, you can send “Hug’s from Home”, by leaving a condolence on Ann Marie’s page at: www.linnemannfuneralhomes.com. Memorial contributions can be made to National Breast Cancer Foundation at PO Box 678572, Dallas, TX 75267-8572 in memory of Ann Marie.

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Burlington Cemetery

Address: 6050 Firehouse Dr BURLINGTON, KY 41005
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son brandon

We are so sorry for your loss.the lord be with your family. sincerely sandy eagle geiman family.


baby sister

even though I was 15 when you were born I will never forget.
you were born on a snowy day. I don’t know if you knew.
to anyone out there, don’t hold back feelings. say it now.
I will always love you ann. you were a wonderful person.


Ann Ingram

I am praying for you and your family during this difficult time. I am honored and blessed to have known Ann and hope you find comfort in knowing that you now have an angel watching over you. My deepest condolences, Ed Eichhorn


With Love

Uncle Jimmy,
I’m so sorry for your lose. Sending prayers for you and family. Anna was a wonderful person. Love youns


Anne

Anne, not only where you are sister-in-law but also our friend. We heard the coyotes and I instantly thought of you. Youre love for Jimmy kids and gkids could be seen through you’re eyes. Youre love of nature cooking and music. We sure had great times in the 32 years we have known you. We love you very much. You are no longer here where you can be seen or touched. But you are here in our hearts forever. Until we see you again, fly high beautiful Angel.


Little Sister

I cannot believe that my little sister is gone. Her husband Jimmy has been her rock for many years and must continue to do so. It will get better as time goes by though and you can rest assured that you will see her again renewed and strong. Psalm 71:20 “Though you have made me see troubles, many bitter, you will restore my life again; from the depths of the Earth you will again bring me up.”


Sympathy

Jimmie,

I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your beloved wife, Ann Marie, and cannot imagine your sorrow.

SCI Chaplain Karen Sherrill


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Jimmy
I am so sorry to hear about your wife. I am thinking about you praying for you and your family.
Lonna Lynn