Judy Ingels

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Judy Ingels

January 15, 1943 - December 08, 2018

Judy Ingels Judy Ingels, age 75, passed away at her home in Santa Rosa, CA on December 8, 2018. She was born in Durant, Oklahoma in 1943, a daughter of James and Ruby Harkey. She is survived by her husband, William Ingels; daughter, Cindy Ingels; twin sister, Jayne (Mark) Guthrie of Carmel Valley, CA; half brother, James (Nancy) Harkey of Tishomingo, OK; nieces, Margaret Nan Harkey, of Tishomingo, and Lorrie McCarley of Plano, TX. She was preceded in death by a half-brother, Ollie Raper, of Norman, OK.
In the early years of her marriage, while her husband Bill was stationed in Frankfurt, Germany, Judy worked for the US Army Audit Agency, European Headquarters. There she was given an award for Superior Sustained Achievement by the Commanding General, US Army Audit Agency. Later, living in Denver, she worked for Camp Fire Girls, Inc., Western Region and was responsible for Charter Renewal. She later worked in the Counseling Office, Cherry Creek High School. In Santa Rosa, she worked in the Career Center, Santa Rosa Junior College and later in the School of Education, Credentialing Office, Sonoma State University.
Judy had a strong interest in her close and extended family, and enjoyed keeping up with friends and relatives. She also enjoyed traveling, art, gardening, home decoration, and photography. She had a passionate interest in music and vintage stereo equipment.
Memorial services will be held January 12, 2019 in Norman, OK at the First Christian Church, 220 South Webster at 3:00pm.
Published on January 4, 2019
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Jan 09, 2019
I did not personally know Mrs. Ingles but she seems like a very kind person with a big heart. I am very sorry for the family's loss, we can all look forward to a time when we will see our loved ones again with good health vigor. " And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will outcry nor pain be anymore the former this have passed away."- (Revelation 21:4)
Jayne Harkey Guthrie
Jan 07, 2019
A sister is always ready to love, comfort and defend you. A gift to the heart. A lifelong friend you can count on until the end. Judy was that type of sister, always there for me. A twin sister is special. We were actually one at conception. Literally my other half. My only sister. So her taking took a part of me with her. Twin sisters have a special connection from the beginning in utero, sharing kisses and holding hands. Judy was first born and always the trailblazer so it’s only fitting that she has gone before me to clear the path before me. She loved to make me laugh. Her garden was her passion. I’ll hold on tight to beautiful memories for comfort, and my friends for strength, and J...udy’s hand in eternal rest.Read more