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Joyce Ingram

    Joyce Ingram, 76, unex-pectedly passed away Thursday morning March 12, 2009 after suffering a mas-sive stroke that peacefully took her while she slept. She was a resident of Bledsoe County Nursing Home since October 2007. Born January 4, 1933, she grew up near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
    Ingram was preceded in death by her parents Doro-thy and Joseph Paul Lind; husband Kenneth Wayne Ingram (1933 – 1994); and daughter Dorothy Opal In-gram (1965 – 1971).
    She is survived by her son, James Irvine IV and wife Jo-anna Lepping-Irvin, Phila-delphia, Pennsylvania; daughter Debra Joyce In-gram-De Leon and husband Joe of Tampico, Mexico, daughter Susan Rae Moro and husband Cornelio of Guayaramerin, Bolivia, South America; grandchil-dren Justin Lepping, J. Joseph Irvine, Nicholas and Abigail Moro; brother Joseph P. Lind and wife Alona of Glenmills, Pennsylvania; nephew Jonathan Lind and wife Michelle, children Ethan and Caelan, Spitko, Pennsylvania; and nephew Randy Lind of Oakland, California.
    In a final selfless act, Joyce donated her body to science through the Genesis Program, Medical Education & Research Institute, Memphis, Tennessee.
    Her memorial was at the Pikeville Seventh-day Ad-ventist Church on Sunday, March 22 with Pastor David Wendt officiating.

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