Note: Alvin Lee Ingraham 1933-1988
<u>Jon Saunders </u> - Aug 2, 2013 "The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 210, No 5, p 27, May, 1988.
Alvin L. Ingraham, 55, an Omaha, Nebraska, barber formerly of North Loup, Nebraska, died on February 1, 1988, at an Omaha hospital. A memorial service was held on February 5, 1988, at the Seventh Day Baptist Church in North Loup. Rev. Kenneth Burdick officiated. Alvin's body was donated to science. He was born on January 4, 1933, in Arcadia, Nebraska, to John and Hazel Ingraham. They moved to North Loup where he attended Fussyville country school and North Loup High School. He graduated in 1951. Alvin served in the U,S, Navy from 1952-1955. In 1956, he married Phyllis Johnson of Omaha. He attended a barber college and for several years operated his own barber shop in Omaha until his health failed. He is survived by a son, Kevin Ingraham of McCook, Nebraska; a sister, Hulda Jones of Apache Junction, Arizona; two brothers, David Ingraham of Layton, Utah, and Frank Ingraham of Holdrege, Nebraska; and two grandsons. He was preceded in death by five brothers.
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