Ulyssis Lee Ingram, born May 13, 1953 to the late Ernest Lee Ingram, Sr. and Katie Bledsoe Ingram in Allport, Arkansas.
He was a member of Allport Community Fellowship until his death. He worked for Riceland Foods in Stuttgart, Arkansas for 33 years. He loved fishing, riding his motorcycle, playing the guitar and spending time with his grandchildren and great grandchild. He loved antique cars and was a great conversationist.
He departed this life at age 67 on Wednesday December 30, 2020. He was preceded in death by: his father, Ernest Lee Ingram, Sr; his mother: Katie Bledsoe Ingram; Grandparents: late Rev. James Ingram and Sophronia Raynor, Rosie Lee Ingram, Arthur and Henrietta Bledsoe sisters: Gertha Dodson, Lorene Bradley; brother: Henry Ingram.
Loving memories will be carried on by his remaining family: his loving wife of 17 years Rita Ingram; Son: Byron (Tiffany) Ingram of Carlisle, Arkansas; Stepson: Arttagus Clay of Stuttgart, Arkansas; Grandchildren: Darrien Ingram, Kaylynn Ingram, Carson Smith, Kierra Clay, Armani Clay; One Great grandson: Airen Ready; sisters: Mildred (Levorn) Brown of Conway, Onetha Webb of Seaton, Arkansas, Linda (Columbus) Moss of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Sandra Robinson of Allport, Arkansas; brothers: John Gore of North Little Rock, Theodis (Edith) Trimble, Earnest (Darlene) Ingram, Jr. of Allport, Arkansas, E.L. (Fredia) Ingram of California, Keatron (April) Ingram of Pine Bluff, Arkansas and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
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