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Ingram, Constance “Connie”

Ingram, Constance “Connie”

January 20, 1951 — October 23, 2018

Constance Sue (LaBar) Ingram, 67, passed away October 23, 2018, at Liberty Hospital with family by her side. Visitation for family and friends will begin at 2:00 pm Saturday, October 27, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO. Private interment services for the family will follow in Glenridge Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the Alzheimer's Association.

Connie was born January 20, 1951, in Richmond, VA, the eldest of three children of James and Phyllis (Gilmore) LaBar. Her parents preceded her in death. Connie graduated from Colonial High School in Orlando, FL and later received her Bachelor's degree with a double major in Biology and Art from Mercer University in Macon, GA. Connie worked for over 10 years at DST Systems in Kansas City.

Survivors include her three children, Ashley Ollier (Thomas), Clayton Ingram (Heidi) and Alexandra Ingram; grandchildren, Aubrey and Amy Ollier, Byron and Merrick Ingram, and her fur-granddaughter, Lola. She also leaves two siblings, Mark LaBar and Amy Davidson (Tom); as well as her nephews.

Along with her family, Connie's passions included gardening, listening to old records, coffee on the front porch, and the company of friends. She was greatly loved by all and will be missed.

Service Information

Visitation for family and friends will begin at 2:00 pm Saturday, October 27, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty, MO. Private interment services for the family will follow in Glenridge Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the Alzheimer’s Association.

Ingram, Constance “Connie”'s Guestbook

I'm so sorry for your loss, I worked with Connie at DST - years ago. She always had a way to bring a smile to our faces. She will be missed.

Michele Wooley

Our greatest sympathy to each of you at this difficult time. May God's peace and grace be with you.

lee and lorna

I am so sorry for the loss if your dear mother and a dear friend of mine when we attended Mercer University together back I the early 1970’s. She was so talented and vivacious. She, Judy Irvine Maddox and I used to spend alit if time together making up the next skit for our sorority, Alpha Gamma Delta. I will be thinking if you and your family.

Lee Calhoun Hamblen, Nashville TN.

Your mother was a kind and dear neighbor. From the first day that I moved in next door, she was always an angel and a joy to speak with. Rest in Heaven - Connie. You were a light in the lives of many.

Derric Vincent

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