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Paul Gilbert Ingels Obituary
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September 19, 2018

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June 29, 2018
Oh, Dot, I just heard this tragic, heartbreaking news from our mutual friend, Ed McMenamy. Trudy and I are so very sorry for you and your family.
Paul was such a great guy, what a loss for us all. I only rode with him twice, the Allegheny Gap and the Bike Ride Across Georgia. The better I got to know him, the better I liked him. My wife, Trudy, met him when all the guys came over for dinner after a hot days ride, spigetti, wine, and beer! Great memories, I'm so glad I got to know him. I had hoped he, Ed, and I could ride again sometime.
Please accept our sincere condolences and know that you will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Tom & Trudy
June 29, 2018
Paul got me interested in cycling to replace our Saturday tennis games many years ago. He was my 'Prince Henry the Navigator' with new routes, climbs, and challenges. Rides in West Marin morphed into challenging double centuries and earned him his Triple Crown Jersey (3 double centuries in a year!). Then came the annual destination rides: Vermont, Pittsburgh to DC along the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal, Buffalo to Albany along the Erie Canal, the Flume Trail at Lake Tahoe, the KATY Trail across Missouri, the BRAG ride around Georgia, Riding the Faultline through Missouri/Arkansas/Kentucky/Tennessee, and most recently the epic Bitterroot 300k in Idaho that included the Trail of Hiawatha and Tour of the Coeur d'Alenes. I never thought it would be my final chance to ride with Paul.

Whenever/wherever we rode, Paul's enthusiasm was infectious. Even getting rained on four of six days in Idaho could not dampen his spirits. He routinely wanted to go further, climb higher, go longer. He never tired; never got cold; could ride all day with minimal fuel (but did eat a half bagel found on a road between SF and LA to avoid bonking on an early MS ride). He was part navigator, part sherpa, part domestique, but mostly friend.....a very, very, very good friend. I feel a deep and profound loss and my heart goes out to Dot, Scott, Ross and the entire Ingels family. Rest in peace!
June 25, 2018
To you Poppy. Your light will be in our hearts forever. Rest in PEACE dear friend.
Love, John and Denise
June 22, 2018
I am Sorry I couldn't be there! I will remember Paul's contagious smile and welcoming heart!
Love to Dot and the family!