Larry F. Ingram, 71, of Selma passed away peacefully in his home on Tuesday, June 8, 2021 while surrounded by his family.  He was born on December 19, 1949 in Farmers, KY to Glen and Lillie (Ramey) Ingram.

A long-time resident of Delaware County, Larry attended Center High School where he ran track and played basketball.  He worked for Hardesty Moving & Storage for 25 years, Waste Management for 20 years and for Weaver Popcorn.  Larry attended Heritage Apostolic Tabernacle in Muncie.

Larry‘s legacy will be the love he had for his family!  He loved to sit by the campfire and “man the grill” at family gatherings.  His grandchildren were incredibly special to him and he loved to spend time reading to them, playing with them and star-gazing.  He enjoyed being outside tending to his garden and landscaping the yard, but wouldn’t hesitate to take a back-road trip with his wife, Teresa, to Prairie Creek Reservoir to watch the sunset.  He loved to watch sports — especially NASCAR and the Indianapolis Colts football.

Larry is survived by his loving wife of more than 32 years, Teresa (Applegate), who was his world; one daughter, Lydia (Johnny) Beeman of Royerton; one son, Keith Abercrombie of Muncie; three brothers, Roy (Sharon) Ingram of Springport, Lloyd (Nora) Ingram of Muncie, and Albert “Lacey” Ingram of Muncie; and one sister-in-law, Betty Ingram of West Virginia.  Five grandchildren also survive, Kain (Sierra Zaleski) Abercrombie of Muncie, Todd Brown II of Royerton, Isaiah Bradley of California,  Thai Flowers of Wisconsin and Kiana (Tyler) Lennington of  Winchester; as do three great-grandchildren, Rylee, Wyatt and Kollinz (and one on the way!)  Larry will also be missed by many nieces, nephews and extended family members who loved him dearly.

He is preceded in death by his parents; five brothers, Ollie Ingram, Carl Ingram, Glen Ingram Charles Ingram and Robert Ingram; and his sister-in-law, Dorothy Ingram.

The family would like to acknowledge the kindness and wonderful care that was provided to Larry by the Little Red Door, IU Ball Hospital Oncology, Home Health Solutions and IU Hospice.  Your professionalism and compassion will never be forgotten.

A celebration of Larry‘s life will be held on Saturday, June 12, 2021 at 3:00pm in his home.  Ray Vernon Applegate will officiate.  Please contact Teresa for directions or any more information.

The family welcomes floral tributes, but if you prefer to make a memorial contribution please consider the Little Red Door of Muncie/Delaware County (2311 W. Jackson St, Muncie, IN 47303).