Mark Jeffery Ingram passed away suddenly on April 30, 2021, in Plush, OR. Mark was born in Decatur Alabama on April 10, 1962. His family moved to Desert Hot Springs California, later moving to Florence Oregon, and then Ontario. Before moving to Plush in 2011 he was a superintendent for a major company based out of St. Louis that built hospitals and banking institutions in the Pacific Northwest After moving to Plush he and his wife Ann went into business for themselves opening Ingram Construction LLC. Mark was a General Contractor for many years and truly enjoyed his work.
When not working Mark was always busy and on the go, never liked to just sit still. He always had many projects in the works, with his 1966 Bronco being his favorite. He could out cook anyone in the family and was called upon to cook at many family gatherings. He especially liked the outdoors, including fishing, hunting, and helping his young niece and nephew clam dig. He was a skilled carpenter and has made many beautiful things for family and friends.
He is survived by his wife Ann Ingram of Plush, son Ty, and daughter-in-law Christina of Harper, Oregon, daughter Jacqueline and son-in-law Ben Palmer also of Harper, step-son, and daughter-in-law Josh and Traci Edick of Culver Oregon, 15 grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews, three sisters and one brother.
He was proceeded in death by his parents Gaines Douglas and Mary Ellen Ingram and brother-in-law Travis Whitt.
Mark loved his family very much and he will be missed by all.
A celebration of his life will be held in Plush in the near future with family and friends. Then later a private scattering of his ashes at Owhyee Reservoir, one of his favorite places.
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