of Yellville, AR
March 6, 1941 - February 2, 2021
Judith (Judy) Elaine Ingram, age 79, of Yellville, Arkansas passed away on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 surrounded by her loved ones. Judy was born on March 6, 1941 in Hammond, Indiana to Ream and Velma (Langley) Francis. She married the love of her life, John Ingram, on October 7, 1961 in Crown Point, Indiana. Together they built a beautiful life. Judy was known for being the light and life of the party, she enjoyed being with her family and friends, playing games, listening to music, dancing and attending church events. Most will remember her for her infectious laugh and sense of humor. With Judy, you knew that the door was always open and coffee was always on with a listening ear.Judy is survived by her son, John (Sandy) Ingram; daughters, Karen (Sherman) Cockrum and Kelly Farmer (John Bell); 14 grandchildren, 30 great grand children, 1 great great-grand child, several much loved nieces and nephews, friends and church family.She is preceded in death by her loving husband, her parents, 1 brother, Denver Francis and 3 sisters: Virginia Boldi, Dorothy Allen and Janice Francis.A memorial service will be held at Lakeway Fellowship Church in Lakeway, Arkansas at a later date.
I love Judy from the time I met her She was a sweet lady that I miss dearly rest in peace
We had some good laughs Judy,like our trip to Branson when Karen was driving lol, our singing songs on that trip,about a goat,I knew the day Sherman and Karen got married I had a friend for life,thank you for being such a good friend and person,we will miss you so much.
I remember Judy's sweet nature. We often talked to each other when we worked at the Marion Co. Shirt Factory. Rest in peace sweet lady. Prayers and thoughts for her family.
Judy was like a second Mom to me. She always made me feel welcome in her home and I always felt like she cared about my well being. She had a really good since of humor and I used to love it when she would dance around.
Judy was a wonderful friend and co-worker, She will be missed, prayers for her family.
Praying for all of the Ingram family my cousins, I love you all so very much and prayers of comfort and peace of knowing your mom is with your Dad now and she is in Gods hands now, i will miss her so very much 🙏🏻🥰🙏🏻
It saddens me to hear of your passing Aunt Judy but I know you are in a better place now and I will always remember you and think of you I will miss you.
What a beautiful lady, (my second cousin and friend). I miss the way Judy could always make you smile, not to mention make you laugh til you had tears. I loved being able to visit with her when she would come to see her niece Judy my ( BFF/cousin) or when we would go visit her. I miss her big laughter and huge heart but I also know that she is in the arms of her precious Jesus whom she loved so very much. Rest easy now my dear cousin. One day we will meet again. I can only imagine how happy and glorious you are at this time. Watch over your loved ones and give hugs to all from me. Love you and will miss you. Cousin Sandy🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
I work with Judy at the shirt factory. She was a very kind , helpful person. Prayers to all the family 🙏
I’m so sorry for your loss. She will be smiling down on you, and watching over you all.
I will truly miss your mom..She was always there for all of us..A great void has been created. I've never met anyone like her. Erica has her middle name.. 😭😭
So sorry for your loss! I always enjoyed talking with Judy!!