Bobby Ingle

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Bobby L. Ingle departed from this life for his heavenly home on May 30, 2020 at the age of 84. He was employed at the Arkansas Highway Department for 31 years before retiring at the age of 51. He was able to spend the rest of his life on his family farm. His garden was his passion, always working the mules and the plow. To meet Bobby was to love him. His smile and his laugh were contagious; he was everyone’s “Buddy”. His life was very full of his family, passion and love for what he did. He was preceded in death by his parents; three brothers; four sisters and the love of his life, Patricia Carter.

Those left to cherish his memory are his son, Randall Ingle; daughter, Marcia Bramlage; sisters, Dorothy Mertsoc, Fay Spicer, sister-in-law, Ray Ingle and everyone who ever called him pawpaw Bobby and a host of other family and friends.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Monday, June 1, 2020 at the Center Point cemetery. The family requests memorial to the AGFC Foundation.

4 Condolences to “Bobby Ingle”

  1. Billy and Gail Booth Says:

    Mr. Bobby was always kind, considerate, and helpful during the time I served as his mailman from 1989 to 1996. Our prayers continue for his family.

  2. Stevie and Barbara Kee Says:

    We really enjoyed seeing him out talking with him. He was such a friendly and kind man. We’re so sorry for your loss. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Kathy Sok Says:

    We will truly miss our Uncle Bobby. He was always a constant in the Ingle family, ready to help where ever needed. Kayla and I express thanks for taking us in at a time of heartache when we were young. Your kindness will be remembered always. Rest In Peace in your heavenly home. May the Circle Be Unbroken. Much love to those that morn him. Niece Kathy Sok

  4. Kayla Daniel Says:

    Uncle Bobby’s passion for gardening, and I’m not talking about one or two tomato plants, he would plant thirty of them, rubbed off on me. But I do remember shelling beans until my thumbs hurt. When my sister and I lived with uncle Bobby and aunt Betty sue, we were taught many valuable skills, keeping a spotless house, for one. He was a family man and cared for many. Thank you, Uncle Bobby. Your work is done here on earth. May you rest. We love you. Your niece, Kayla Daniel