My thoughts and prayers to you all during this time. What a wonderful man Vern was, and what great memories of the old Woodbury days. A warm, fun family. So sorry I was not able to attend the services. Thinking of you all,
Diane Flaherty Moyle
Combined Locks, WI
To the Ingvalson Family:
My best wishes and condolences for the loss of LaVerne. Verne, you fought a great fight and may your spirit live on.
Marlene, Debi, Robin, Scott,& Family.
Our sympathy,and prayers to all of you, during your time of saying good by for now!!
It was nice seeing Scott last evening. We talked, and laughed for a couple of hours.
Reading Vern's obituary, the last paragraph was everything I new of Uncle Vern. He truly was an eternal optimist!
Take care of each other! & God Bless.
Dear Friend, Marlene, So many smiles are brought to Bob and my heart as we think of the times spent together with you and Vern. Bowling, oh how he enjoyed it. Finding the Church we all enjoyed in Gulf Shores. How he would like to park at the end of the parking lots so we could all get exercise by walking. Loving the fact that he let us read the book he wrote, and what a great book it is!!!!! His quiet sense of humor. If I had to give just one word to sum him up I think it would be "Gentleman." He was everything a gentleman should be. We will miss him but we know we will see him again. We love you Marlene, light of his life. Bob and Jude
Thinking of the Ingvalson family. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Dear Vern Ingvalson Family:
My thoughts and prayers are with you as the circle is closed on an amazing life and man. Vern was a great interview, mentor, co-worker, advisor and friend during my years as a reporter and Farm Bureau employee. His patience, kindness and enthusiasm for life was evident. As you all know he was a tireless advocate for his passions - his family, his faith and agriculture.
May he rest in eternal peace.
Thoughts and prayers for all of you. I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity to know and work with Vern. An amazing man who was a strong advocate for agriculture and farmers.
God be with all of you.
Minnesota Farm Bureau
Sympathy and prayers to Marlene, Deb and all of Vern's family. So sorry to hear of this great loss.
Dear Marlene, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this sad time. Laverne loved his family so very much. He had so many gifts, and used them all. Ann is so proud to have the grandfather clock he built for her Grandma Mary and Grandpa John; it truly is a work of art. You and Laverne were such special friends to John & Mary. No doubt he's up in heaven with John and Mary and my husband John, too. God bless you all.XO
Vern was one of the institutions around the capital representing agriculture via Farm Bureau. He really was a man of faith as he often shared his views with whoever would ask him the "reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear." Blessed be his memory. Dave Van Loh MFBF Board Member
Vern was an amazing encourager during my years as senior pastor of Woodbury Lutheran Church. He was always there with a word of affirmation for so many. His faithfulness in worship and his deep interest in the things of the kingdom were an inspiration. I will be out of town the day of his service, but my heart will be with all who gather to celebrate God's grace in his life, especially Marlene and family. I rejoice in the crown of life which is Vern's in Christ Jesus! I give thanks for Vern's faith and pray that the risen Lord will provide comfort and strength along the way of grief. Susie and I send our love.
We will miss you at the many Easter and family celebrations at Mark and Debbies. So many wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
My prayers go out to everyone in your family. My positive memories of Mr. Ingvalson will always remain filled with kindness and intelligent direction. With Much Love Renee' Parcheta
I am very sorry for your loss. I had the privilege of working on a number of issues with Vern during his stint with the Farm Bureau. I held him in high esteem as a man of strong faith, honor, and integrity.
Vern: A wonderful Christian man with principal, character, honesty, who was respected by all who knew him. My sympathy to Marlene and your family!
I have many fond memories of Vern growing up across the street on Coachwood. I remember how he would let Arnie and I watch him work in the yard and then we would get him to chase us around, forever known to us as "the tickle man." He was a wonderful man with a heart of gold and I will miss him always! Our thoughts and prayers go out to Marlene, Debbie, Scott and Robyn.
Richard, Yvette, Alex, Avery and Cameron
Vern, You were a very special man; dearly loved and not forgotten. Love to Marlene and the rest of your family.
Love you Dad, you fought the good fight, you finished the race, you keep the faith