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Arthur L. Ingraham
April 21, 1940 - February 1, 2017
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<div itemprop="description">INGRAHAM, Arthur LeBert, 76 of Lantz, passed away February 1, 2017 in Middle Sackville at the home of his son. Born in Halifax, he was the son of the late Harold and Georgina (Hurshman) Ingraham. Art worked at Maritime Beverage/Pepsico for 35 years. He played for the Fairview Aces (Halifax Suburban League) and the Sackville Scooters (Gentleman’s League) hockey teams. He was a long-time member of the RC Legion Branch#448. Art enjoyed golf and was an avid Montreal Canadiens and New York Yankee fan. He is survived by his partner Norma Howlett, Lantz; daughter, Kimberlee (Peter Murnaghan) Ingraham, Middle Sackville; sons, Philip (Tracey) Ingraham, Lakelands, Craig (Anthony Norman ) Ingraham, Middle Sackville, Stephen (Marcella Forhart ) Ingraham , Middle Sackville, Michael (Cara) Ingraham, Harrietsfield; brothers, Robert Ingraham, Lantz, Ira (Sylvia) Ingraham, Halifax; grandchildren, Steven Ingraham, Austin Murnaghan, Chase and Chad Ingraham, Robyn and Emma Ingraham, Cameron and Carlie Ingraham; great grandson Ryder Ingraham; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife Barbara Jean (Brocklebank). Cremation will take place. Interment in Oakridge Memorial Gardens at a later date. The family welcomes friends and relatives to attend a reception 1pm Saturday February 4th at 974 Old Sackville Road. Donations in Arthur’s name may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Online condolences may be made by visiting the website and selecting the Sackville Chapel. The family would like to thank the VON for their compassionate care during Art's illness.</div>