TULSA, OK – Lebanon native Clarence Raymond Ingram died Friday, August 1 in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the age of 77.
Known by many as "Buttermilk", Mr. Ingram served in the US Army 1952-1954 as an Aviation Engineer. He was retired from Ford Glass Plant, as a furnace specialist. Mr. Ingram was a member of Rhema Bible Church.
Survivors include: his wife of 57 years Thelma Jean Ingram, children Timothy (Marsha Ann) Ingram, Deborah Maxwell and Delana Lynn (Bob) Frazier; grandchildren; Todd Maxwell, Kelly Abney, Austin Frazier and DeDe Koewler; great grandchildren Tyler Maxwell, Chandler Koewler and Macie Thomas.
Also surviving are sisters Mae (Bob) Gammons, Jenelle (Wayne) Drennon and Bobbie J. Farmer.
He is preceded in death by parents Clarence Orton Ingram and Minnie Massey Ingram, brothers Aubrey Ingram and Denver Ingram and son-in-law George Maxwell.
Floral Haven Funeral Home in Broken Arrow, OK was in charge of arrangements.