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Minnie Ingram - November 18, 2012


Minnie D. Ingram, 91, of Kearney, died Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012, at Mother Hull Home in Kearney.
Minnie was born on Oct. 29, 1921, in Kearney to Charles and Bettie (Fox) Schroer.
She attended the Hartman Country School northeast of Kearney.
She married Murrel R. Ingram on Nov. 10, 1940, in Kearney.
Minnie worked the majority of her life at Baldwin Filters in Kearney.
She was a past president of the Kearney Eagles Auxiliary and also a member of the Kearney American Legion Auxiliary.
Minnie enjoyed fishing, camping, dancing, playing cards and the slots, a “Minnie” or two (easy on the water please) and especially took great pleasure in spending time with her family. She also took pride in the appearance of her yard which she single-handedly took care of almost to the end. Minnie was truly one of God’s very special red heads who lived and loved life to the fullest.
Survivors include her son, Lanny Ingram and wife, Janna, of Kearney; daughter, Pat Larsen and Don Berndt of Lost Bridge Village, Ark.; grandchildren, Mike Larsen and wife, Sara, of Omaha, Drew Larsen and wife, Cortney, of North Platte, Kip Ingram, Stephanie Perdue and Thad Ingram, all of Kearney; great-grandchildren, Samantha Perdue, Brenden Ingram, Mya and James Larsen; brothers, Don Schroer and Fay and Beverly Schroer, all of Kearney, and Elmer and Karen Schroer of Gibbon.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Murrel; sister, Leona; and brothers, Everett, Melvin and Dale and Roy, who both died as infants.
Funeral services were Nov. 21 at Horner Lieske McBride and Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services in Kearney, who were in charge of arrangements.
The Rev. Thane Moore officiated with burial following at the Kearney Cemetery.
With sincere appreciation of the great care she received during her last days, memorials are suggested to AseraCare Hospice.
A message of condolence can be left at www.hlmkfuneral.com.
Horner Lieske McBride and Kuhl Funeral and Cremation Services in Kearney were in charge of arrangements.