Elliott Cadmus Ingraham, JR
03/02/2020

Elliott Cadmus Ingraham, Jr., age 96, passed away March 2, 2020. He was born January 29, 1924 in Buffalo, New York to Elliott Cadmus Ingraham, Sr and Ida Mae Johnson Ingraham.  He married Anita Mae Wyatt August 31, 1952. She preceded him in death August 10, 2007.

Elliott was a veteran of World War II and the Korean War.  He served in the U.S. Navy as Torpedoman Third Class. He had strong Christian values and strong loyalty to family.  His smile lit up the world. He was a proud husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He loved to play card games, and watch sports of all kinds. He was a quarterback on his high school football team.

He is survived by his daughters: Cindy (Ingraham) Souders, Karen (Ingraham) Young, and Nancy (Ingraham) Harris, four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Viewing will be held Friday, March 6, 2020 at 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m. at Shephard of the Hills United Methodist Church, 920 W. Tonaquint, St. George, UT. Interment will take place in Tonaquint Cemetery, St. George.

Arrangements are under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, St. George (435) 673-2454. Family and friends are invited to sign his online guestbook at www.spilsburymortuary.com

Services

Visitation

9:30-10:30 am
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Second Visitation

Services

11:00 am
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Address

Shepherd of the Hills United Methodist Church,
920 W. Tonaquint, St. George, UT

Cemetery

Guest Book

One Response

  1. Elliott, RIP.
    I offer these words of solace to Elliott’s family, from the great Iris poet Sir John O’Donohue.

    “Though we need to weep your loss,
    You dwell in that safe place in our hearts,
    Where no storm or night or pain can reach you.
    Your love was like the dawn
    Brightening over our lives
    Awakening beneath the dark
    A further adventure of color.
    The sound of your voice
    Found for us
    A new music
    That brightened everything.
    Whatever you enfolded in your gaze
    Quickened in the joy of its being
    You placed smiles like flowers
    On the altar of the heart.
    Your mind always sparkled
    With wonder at things.
    Though your days here were brief,
    Your spirit was live, awake, complete.
    We look towards each other no longer
    From the old distance of our names;
    Now you dwell inside the rhythm of breath,
    As close to us as we are to ourselves.
    Though we cannot see you with outward eyes,
    We know our soul’s gaze is upon your face,
    Smiling back at us from within everything
    To which we bring our best refinement.
    Let us not look for you only in memory,
    Where we would grow lonely without you
    You would want us to find you in presence,
    Beside us when beauty brightens,
    When kindness glows
    And music echoes eternal tones.
    When orchids brighten the earth,
    Darkest winter has turned to spring;
    May this dark grief flower with hope
    In every heart that loves you.
    May you continue to inspire us:
    To enter each day with a generous heart.
    To serve the call of courage and love
    Until we see your beautiful face again
    In that land where there is no more separation,
    Where all tears will be wiped from our mind,
    And where we will never lose you again.”
    – John O’Donohue

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