Rita June Ingram
01-18-2019

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Mrs. Rita June Ingram, Jonesborough, passed away Friday, January 18, 2019 at Lakebridge Healthcare Center.
Mrs. Ingram was born in Johnson City, daughter of the late Billy Joe and Lucille (Harshbarger) Keefauver. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Jim Ingram; daughter, Dawn Nicole Hill; and twin sister, Jane Tolley.
Mrs. Ingram was a member of First Christian Church, Johnson City and had been active in the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Red Hat Club, and the Monday Club (GFWC). She had vigorously raised funds for the Ronald McDonald House at the Johnson City Medical Center.
Left to cherish her memory are her sister, Shirley McCracken; three nieces, Lisa Feathers, Robyn Jones, and Candice Gorman; brother-in-law, Edwin Tolley; nephew, Chris Tolley; son-in-law, Steve Hill; many friends, including Pat Brown, Mike and Jami Luzadder, Suzanne Williams, Jean Rowlette, and Mary Barton.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ingram will be held 1:00 PM, Tuesday, January 22, 2019 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home with Minister Donald Mushayamunda and Minister Mike Luzadder officiating. The family will receive friends from 12:00 – 1:00 PM prior to the service.
Graveside services will follow the funeral at Monte Vista Memorial Park.


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EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES
01-30-2019 Amy Crain, LPN
I remember Rita June very well. She was definitely a character and will be missed. Prayers for comfort and peace for the family.
01-23-2019 The Monday Club
The members of GFWC Monday Club of Johnson City would like to express their sympathy on the loss of your loved one. June was a valued member of the club for many years.
01-22-2019 Jane (Keller) Gilliam
Graduated high school with June (and Jane) at Jonesboro High School, 1961. Our paths crossed many times over the years, last at Lakebridge. She was such a good friend and I will miss her very much. Shirley, if you get a chance in the next few weeks, would you please call me @ 423-302-8071, thanks, Jane
01-20-2019 Linda Zollinger
How do I say I will miss you cuz. The Angels came for you today and left our memories of childhood days. Spending the night together and you loving to wear my gown. Playing hide and seek, catching fireflies at dusk, your mom making homemade ice cream in an ice tray, hunting easter eggs, running in the field, stepping in a mud puddle, going to the first day of your school and the teacher couldn’t figure out where the extra child came from, watching Fireworks in Jonesboro from your house on the hill. And now 73 years later having to say Goodby. I will hold our memories in my heart. Hold a family Rocking chair for me on the Jordan Banks until we meet again. I have shed those golden family tears today and will miss our phone calls. RiP June Keefauver Ingram cousin
01-20-2019 Jeanette Royston Knight
My memories of June are from High school and special to me. So sorry for this loss.
01-19-2019 Mary Barton
I am deeply saddened today. June, Jim, and Dawn were friends of mine for many years. We enjoyed many meals and visits together which were full of laughter and good times. I will miss you but know you’ve gone to be with your family in heaven.
01-19-2019 Linda Wilhoit Zollinger
How do I say I will miss you cuz. The Angels came for you today and left our memories of childhood days. Spending the night together and you loving to wear my gown. Playing hide and seek, catching fireflies at dusk, your mom making homemade ice cream in an ice tray, hunting easter eggs, running in the field, stepping in a mud puddle, going to the first day of your school and the teacher couldn’t figure out where the extra child came from, watching Fireworks in Jonesboro from your house on the hill. And now 73 years later having to say Goodby. I will hold our memories in my heart. Hold a family Rocking chair for me on the Jordan Banks until we meet again. I have shed those golden family tears today and will miss our phone calls. RiP June Keefauver Ingram cousin

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