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  Born: March 6, 1925
  Place of Birth: Thomaston, GA USA
  Death: February 20, 2013
  Place of Death: Griffin, GA USA
  Occupation: Retired Machine Maintenance Operator - General Tire / Aldora Mills
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Charles Aldine Ingram
March 6, 1925 - February 20, 2013
Mr. Charles Aldine Ingram, age 87, of Barnesville passed away Wednesday, February 20, 2013 in a Griffin Healthcare Facility. A native of Upson County, Mr. Ingram was the son of the late Mr. Charles Ingram and the late Mrs. Limar Davis Ingram, and was also preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Mable Emmett Ingram. Mr. Ingram was Retired from General Tire as a Machine Maintenance Operator.

Survivors include: 3 Daughters - Sara Arlene Ingram of Barnesville, Wyona Beatrice Hamby (& Tom) of Birmingham, AL, & Glenda Sue Waters (& Charles) of Barnesville ; 1 Son - Charles Ingram, Jr. of Barnesville ; 1 Brother - Walter Ingram (& Mary) of Jacksonville, FL ; 3 Grandchildren - Natalie Ochs of Covington, Katherine (& Courtland) Davis of Birmingham, AL, & Ryan (& Kelly) Waters of Griffin ; 5 Great Grandchildren - Madeline, Sophie, Seth, Hamby, & Ingram ; and all of the staff at Brightmoor Assisted Living, who have all been a part of his family for the last 4 years.

Funeral Services for Mr. Charles Ingram will be conducted Saturday, February 23, 2013 at 2 O’Clock in the Chapel of Williams Funeral Home with the Reverend Lou Negron officiating. Interment will follow in Lamar Memory Gardens. The family will receive friends at the Williams Funeral Home on Friday, February 22, 2013 from 5pm until 7pm.

Those who wish may view the Memorial Page and sign the Guestbook online at:

Williams Funeral Home of Barnesville is in charge of arrangements.
(770) 358-1678

"A Father"
by Sylvia Negron 2013

He bears your weight
in strong, loving arms.
He watches over
and protects you from harm.
He looks ahead
and perceives your need,
then begins its fulfillment
by word and deed.
He guides and directs
and cherishes your health.
His worth is not determined
by his store of wealth.

He pushes you outside
your comfort zone
in an effort to ensure
you can walk on your own.
He sighs with nostalgia
and watches with pride
as you walk toward your future
with a confident stride.

You know that his deeds
will stand the test
and, as fathers go,
you have had the best.

Aldine Ingram
Was such a man.
His children were his pride.
The best in the land.

Arlene, Wyona,
Glenda and Shot,
Not a rotten apple
In the whole lot.

It couldn’t get better,
He thought, but then,
Along came the grandchildren,
And it began again.

Ryan, Natalie, Katherine
And the cycle renewed,
another funny, frolicking,
Loving brood.

And as the earth turned,
In the process of time
Along came the great-grands;
They just blew his mind.

He experienced the joy
of another loving crew:
Seth, Hamby & Ingram ,
Madeline and SOPHIE TOO,

A perfect example of
Close family ties,
Love knitted together
The fabric of their lives.

When trouble came,
They just drew together
And waited out the storm
Until calmer weather

Through all the trials
He and Mable faced,
They saw them through
With love and grace.

Aldine was never boisterous,
never loud or crude,
Just gentle, courteous,
And never rude.

You know his patience
Had no end
To survive Emmett invasions
Almost every weekend.

Their home was a hub,
The very center of the clan.
He welcomed them all
With an open hand.

Kind words, gentle smiles,
Witty jokes from him or Mable,
with coffee, tea and cornbread
On the kitchen table.

Loved by all
Who came his way,
we celebrate Aldine’s life
As we gather today.



Friday February 22, 2013, 5:00pm - 7:00pm at Williams Funeral Home
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Saturday February 23, 2013, 2:00pm at Williams Funeral Home
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Saturday February 23, 2013 at Lamar Memory Gardens
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