Germaine Levon Ingram

Sunrise: March 23, 1977

Sunset: July 9, 2021

Germaine was a graduate of Lake Taylor High School. He never met a stranger; Germaine touched the lives of all who he came in contact with. Germaine loved basketball, the “Dallas Cowboys” and playing video games. Germaine had a comical personality and he loved to laugh and have fun with family and friends.

Germaine will forever be in our hearts, as he now rests in the arms of Jesus Christ.

Germaine leaves to cherish his memory his mother Rosa Ingram; father, William C. Taylor; sister, Jeanette Ingram; brother, Christopher L. Ingram (AKA) Ras Shasha Chrisan Binghi El; best friend/brother, Duwayne Williams; nieces, Julia Ingram and Audris Johnson; great nieces and great nephews, Amayi Johnson, Alijah Johnson, Jallage Johnson, Julel Johnson and Xavier Johnson. He leaves behind many half siblings and his father’s side and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and Johnnetta Bradley, his fiancé’.

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    sandra nicholson says

    My prayers are with Rosa and Jeanette. I am here if you need me. Germaine is no longer in pain but resting with his savior.

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    Samantha Haley says

    My condolences to Rose Jeanette and family sorry for your loss Germaine will be missed and loved Rest In Peace ❤️❤️❤️❤️🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾

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    Hannah Wood says

    Prayers and thoughts with Rosa and Jeannette. We love you. – The Wood family

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    L. Grant says

    I had the pleasure of working with Mr. Ingram. He was always very polite and courteous. Mr. Ingram’s swag is what I will remember the most when I think of him. He took pride in his appearance. His work uniforms were always neat and clean; no matter if he was doing dishes, trash, or transporting trays his uniform shirts was sparkling white. Those shirts were just as bright as his laughter and smile. Mr. Ingram will be missed all throughout the workplace.

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    Ronda Hall says

    Condolences to the family and friends of my little brother that I love so dearly. I wish we had a chance to spend more time together but your time will be well spent with our Lord and Savior. I’m sure you’re at peace now and no longer feeling pain. One day we will be united again.

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    Regina says

    Ms.Rosa and Jeanette( my sister by choice) you are in my prayers.I am here for you, love Regina. 🙏🏾🙏🏾 ❤

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    Susan Schrader says

    Rest in peace Germaine. God bless Rosa and Jeanette.

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    Tiffany Jackson Goosby says

    Rose Jeanette sha man words can’t express how deeply greatful I am for the Ingram family. I met u all and u were such a blessing to iyanla and I. I can’t believe my homie is gone. One thing I know is that he is in the arms of Jesus and there is no more pain! I couldn’t be there today because we are expecting twins in September. However Germaine and u guys will always have a special place in iyanla and
    I heart. We will never forget him and u all. If there is anything at all that we can do call us anytime day or
    Night. I’ve know u guys over 15 years it’s no longer friend u guys are family and I love u all and I’m praying for strength and peace

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    I love you brother! I always have and always will! I will miss you!

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    Darryl Clayton says

    I’ve known Germaine since late 1992. Hard to believe he had left us but we all know he has gone to a better place. You will be missed my brother

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