Ernest Dale Ingle

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Ernest Dale Ingle, 76, of Carlisle, Arkansas left this earth for his heavenly home on April 8, 2020.  He ws born June 30, 1943 to Ernest Franklin Ingle and Willie Maudie Taylor Ingle.

Ernest Dale joined the Navy in 1964.  He defended our nation in the Vietnam War and Cuban Missle Crisis on the USS Iwo Jima and was involved in Atomic Bomb testing on Johnson Island and received an Honorable discharge in 1967.  Ernest Dale went to work for the Arkansas Game and Fish commission in 1977.  He worked for AGFC for 31 years in which time he received District Wildlife Officer of the Year twice before retiring July 31, 2006.  He enjoyed turkey hunting and crappie fishing but what brought him the greatest joy was talking to people about his Savior Jesus and studying the Bible.  He had a love for prophesy and would spend countless hours reading books and watching shows related to prophesy.  Ernest Dale was a proud member of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church.

Ernest Dale was preceded in death by his parents along with a brother, George Franklin Ingle and four sisters, Hazel Newton, Ruby Pearl Kelly, Carolyn Jackson and Joyce Sok, and one granddaughter, Katie Beall.  He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Ray Ingle; his children, Kiley (Mandy) Ingle of Scott and Erika (Paul) Lott of Des Arc; his grandchildren, Cody Hall, Courtney Ausbrooks, Lexi Ingle, Gunnar Lott and Grayson Lott.  Ernest Dale had three great-grandchildren, Kroy (Bubba) Hall, Kaydin Randall, and Jaxson Randall.  He is also survived by one brother, Bobby Ingle and two sisters, Faye Spicer and Dorothy Mertsoc.

Graveside services will be held for immediate family only, due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, on Friday, April 10, 2020 at 11:00 A.M. with interment at the Center Point Cemetery with Pastor Freddie McCann officiating.

4 Condolences to “Ernest Dale Ingle”

  1. Brenda Simpson Says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you in this sad time. May God and bless and comfort your hearts as only HE do.

    Brenda Simpson and Family

  2. Stan, Sharon & Jennifer Jones Says:

    We are saddened by the loss of Ernest Dale. We will miss his comments in our Bible Study and miss our fellowship together. He fought a good fight. We know where he is now, he is at peace with our Lord and Savor, Jesus Christ. It was a pleasure to know you.
    Stan, Sharon & Jenny Jones

  3. Jennifer Jones Says:

    Brother Ernest was a dear friend of mine and all of my family. He will be missed He was a great exampel I am so very sorry Ray and family. I am praying very hard for you and family. Please know that the Lord loves you and so do I and if I can do anything for you all please let me know. May the Lord continue to comfert you at this hard time Love with lots of prayers Jennifer Jones and family

  4. Kathy Sok Says:

    So sorry to hear about Uncle Ernie’s passing, how appropriate that he is laid to rest on Good Friday with the belief in his heart to be raised to Glory as the promise of Easter is at hand. Kayla and I will always remember the joking and teasing and laughter we experienced as kids with Uncle Ernie. He lived a life well lived filled with love and family and will be truly missed. May the Circle be Unbroken. Love and Blessings to All