Josie Marline Ingram was born on October 19, 1953 to Ms. Eulla Howard and Frank Nance both of Rogersville, AL. Josie attended East End School and Lauderdale County High School in Rogersville, AL. After retrieving from the food service industry, Josie spent her time with her children, grandchildren, tending to her gardens, flowers, and her favorite pass time most all cooking. Cooking was the greatest form of love for her, because we all know anything that was prepared by her was done so with love in her heart and hands. Josie is preceded in death by her mother Eula Howard, her father Frank Nance, 4 sisters Georgia Harey, Martha King, Mary Tucker, Estelle McCollum, brother Tommy Howard, grandson Antonie D. Clark Jr., grandparents John D. Watkins and Georgia Redus Watkins. Josie leaves to cherish her memory: husband Robert L. Ingram Jr. of Rogersville, Al; Two sisters Ms. Mary Howards of Rogersville, AL Helen (William) West of Athens, Al; four daughters Josette (late Rextar Stewart) of Florence, Al., Pam Ingram of Killen, Al., Promise Woods of Athens, Al., Tiffany Ingram of Rogersville, AL. Two sons Quinton (Chasity) Ingram of Lexington, AL and Malcolm Jackson of Killen, AL; one uncle John D. Watkins Jr., Mother-in-law Ida Lou Ingram, sister in laws Rowenna Ingram, Mrs. Jimmie Moore, all of New York. Five granddaughters Karrie (Hunter) Makayla, Hannah, Aaliyah, and Haylee. Three grandsons Samuel, Landon, and Randy Jr. followed by a host of nieces and nephews.
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