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Condolence From: Mary Anne Clark-Watts
Condolence: This is the eulogy that Cousin Bruce did. It was a beautiful service. I love you Papa and am proud of everything you have done.
I'll see you again to step on your toes :)

Warren Peck Ingle departed this earth on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 and joined his parents and siblings who were waiting in heaven. He was 86. Warren was born February 26, 1926 in Lovington, Illinois to Oca and Kathryn (Parker) Ingle.

He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1941 (1 month shy of his 16th birthday) and served during WWII. He participated in assault and capture of Guadalcanal and Tarawa Atoll; and also participated in the capture of Saipan and Tinian…serving as a heavy artillery operator.

He was discharged in Quantico, VA.

In October, 1945 shortly after he was discharged he met Mary Beverage. They were married in Washington, D.C., after dating for only 6 weeks. Right after they married, he brought Mary home with him to Mtn View, CA. In October 1946, Mary Louise (Sue) was born and in 1949 Linda Rose came along.

On August 8, 1973 he married Hazel Stubblefield in Carson City, NV. She survives him at the family home in Aberdeen.

Warren had worked as a metal fabricator until he retired in 1992. He enjoyed woodworking and mowing his lawn on his beloved John Deere. He was a member of Central Park Neighborhood Church.

In addition to his wife Hazel, Warren is survived by his brother Vernell and sister-in-law Carmen; by his daughters, Sue (&Tom) Clark; Linda (& Clayton) Sheppard; and step children Pam; Debra; Sally and Terry Durham; five grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and 4 great-great grandchildren, as well as numerous nieces and nephews, many of which are here today.

A graveside service honoring his military service during WWII is taking place today at the Wynooche Cemetery in Montesano, WA.
Friday March 30, 2012
Condolence From: Linda Ingle Sheppard
Condolence: My Dad...I loved you so much. My heart cries for you but knowing you are in Heaven has given me some peace. Thank you Dad for just being you. Everyone has talked about what a wonderful man you were, each with their own little story. But you were more than just a wonderful man to me, you was my Dad. There isn't just one little story for me there is a lifetime of momories. You were always there when I needed you, I was Daddy's Little Girl and I knew it. The times I spent with you has made me what I am today. Good or Bad, you had a hand in it all. There couldn't have been a better person to call Dad. You were the best example of a Father anyone could have ever have hoped to have. I have Always been Proud to call you MINE.
I Love You Dad and I know you will be watching over us, so from time to time, I will still be counting on you.
I know you are resting in peace.
All My Love Linda
Monday March 26, 2012
Condolence From: Joan Beverage Tarrant
Condolence: So sorry for the loss of your preciou grandpa. I know you and family have a lot of good memories of him that you'll cherished forever.I met him when I was 16 and he left me with an impression of a vey kind person. Rose thought the world of him. Mom and Dad send their condolences. May God give you comfort and peace at this difficult time. Love you. Joanie
Saturday March 24, 2012
Condolence From: Sue Clark
Condolence: Dad, you were such a wonderful Father and I will always love you. You were a great Dad and taught me to love the Lord by example. I know you made great sacrifices for me and Linda when we were growing up and I am so glad I was able to thank you for it. I have always been so proud of you and proud to call myself your daughter. Your gentle spirit and quiet demeanor was so easy to connect with. There are so many memories that I have and will cherish forever. I know you are in Heaven with your family and rejoicing with them. I also know that someday, I see you again. Everyone that knew you was blessed. Thank you for being "you".
All my love forever,
Thursday March 22, 2012
Condolence From: Nancy McComb Smithson
Condolence: There will also be a memorial service on 3/24 at the New Life Pentecostal Church of God, 1912 San Luis Avenue, Mountain View, CA With the Reverend Bruce Ingle
Thursday March 22, 2012
Condolence From: Joe Clark
Condolence: Papa,
I have soooo many wonderful memories with you from my childhood...I will never forget my first trip to West Virginia and how patient you were with me (when I was only 4 years old), crying and scared to get on the plane..even getting a room when we landed in the wrong city..I will always remember the weekends I spent with you, doing laundry in your fancy apartment sized washer and dryer (40+ yrs ago), eating wheaties and pork and beans out of the can...or our breakfasts at the Peter Pan this day, I still don't sleep with my socks on (so my feet can grow - like you used to tell me).
Unfortunately time and distance got away from us, and I was not able to continue having memories throughout my adulthood, but the memories I have as a child will last a lifetime....You were such a loving and gentle man and anyone who had the opportunity to know you are very lucky.
I am glad that I was able to see you recently and spend some good quality time with YOU, remembering our times together. I will never forget how comforted and safe I felt as you prayed over me before my trip back home.
Although I won't be at your graveside as you go home, just know that Mom, Dad and Mary Anne are here with me, along with many more people who love you, sending you home from here, at the old church in Mountain View where you grew up, with cousin Bruce performing the service.
I love you Papa, but know that you are no longer suffering and will be looking down on those who love you and you loved.
I am proud to be your first grandson and take pride in knowing that I resemble you in so many ways.
With all my love,
Thursday March 22, 2012
Condolence From: Greg Reynolds
Condolence: I didn't know you but I know your son Joe and if you were like him you were a great guy. You must have been a great man because you raised a greaat son who loved you very much. My thoughts and prayers go out to the whole family.
Thursday March 22, 2012
Condolence From: Dorothy Phillips
Condolence: May it help you to know that caring thoughts are with you during this difficult time, and may the cherished memories of your loved ones provide you with comfort and ease your sorrow.
Thursday March 22, 2012
Condolence From: Nancy McComb Smithson
Condolence: I'm so sorry for your loss. I will always remember when Warren came back to WV - when I was 6 and Joe was 5. For everything there is a season.
Monday March 19, 2012

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