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William Bond Ingram III

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William Bond Ingram III

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28 Sep 2016 (aged 59)
Anchorage, Anchorage, Alaska, USA
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William Bond Ingram III, 59, passed away at home in Anchorage on September 28, 2016.

William was born on November 26, 1956, in Memphis, Tennessee. William began his career with FedEx in Memphis in 1977 and continued with them when he moved to Anchorage in 1998, eventually retiring in 2013. A master of warming the hearts of those around him, William always encouraged enthusiasm and made everyone around him feel worthwhile. His positivity was infectious, and he would always go out of his way to help others in need.

William was an avid outdoor enthusiast who loved his life in Alaska, and lived it to the fullest each and every single day. Whether it was being out in the mountains on his bike with his closest friends, or trekking through the darkness of winter with his snowshoes; William lived for adventure and shared that passion with his friends and family. William was also an avid musician who had a passion for music and his beloved guitars like no one else.

William is survived by his wife, Patricia Ingram; sons, William Bond Ingram IV and Samuel Joseph Ingram; mother, Beverly Ingram, of Memphis, TN; and brother, Steve Ingram, of Destin, Florida.

Arrangements are entrusted to Kehl's Legacy Funeral Home.
William Bond Ingram III, 59, passed away at home in Anchorage on September 28, 2016.

William was born on November 26, 1956, in Memphis, Tennessee. William began his career with FedEx in Memphis in 1977 and continued with them when he moved to Anchorage in 1998, eventually retiring in 2013. A master of warming the hearts of those around him, William always encouraged enthusiasm and made everyone around him feel worthwhile. His positivity was infectious, and he would always go out of his way to help others in need.

William was an avid outdoor enthusiast who loved his life in Alaska, and lived it to the fullest each and every single day. Whether it was being out in the mountains on his bike with his closest friends, or trekking through the darkness of winter with his snowshoes; William lived for adventure and shared that passion with his friends and family. William was also an avid musician who had a passion for music and his beloved guitars like no one else.

William is survived by his wife, Patricia Ingram; sons, William Bond Ingram IV and Samuel Joseph Ingram; mother, Beverly Ingram, of Memphis, TN; and brother, Steve Ingram, of Destin, Florida.

Arrangements are entrusted to Kehl's Legacy Funeral Home.

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