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October 10, 2012
BIG FAN OF JOHN.
October 08, 2012
I was of fan of his from General Hospital and I know he was an asset to the acting community. But my reason for posting is the obituary itself. It's simply fantastic. It makes us wish we had known not only Mr. Ingle but also his entire family personally. God bless you as you mourn.
October 08, 2012
John was my drama teacher at BHHS, beginning in 1965. To be sure, he was a force to be reckoned with: a man of boundless energy, wholly in charge, seemingly always sure of himself, and the ultimate decider of what was -- and wasn't -- good. It was wonderful to watch him cultivate kids who were serious about the arts, such as Joanna Hall, Helaine Lembeck, and Joel Pressman, and to hear Mr. Ingle talk about “kids of mine who are making it,” such as Richard Dreyfuss and Barbara Hershey. I also enjoyed watching him work with and encourage boys who hadn't acted or danced before. Even seeming clods from the football squad became graceful swans under his tutelage. The productions that I was a part of included the Mikado (G&S, 1885), The Madwoman of Chaillot (1943), and, if I'm not mistaken, The Rivals (Sheridan, 1775). (I remember "Mrs. Malaprop.") A pretty amazing repertoire by any teaching era's standards. My only regret is that I was too intimidated by Mr. Ingle -– believing that “inconsequentials” like me didn't matter to him -- to give him a hug and thank him before I evaporated into the mists of adulthood. PW, Class of '69.
October 07, 2012
John will be truly missed by all of us who loved him on General Hospital. I have watched the show for nearly 50 years and John was one of my all time favorites. My heart goes out to his family and friends and I will pray for you all.
October 07, 2012
I send love and condolences to the family.
Barbara Hunt McElnea, Carondale, Colorado
September 30, 2012
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
September 29, 2012
So sorry for the loss to both TV family and his real family. I enjoyed watching him, and will miss seeing him on GH.
September 29, 2012
RIP John/Edward. You will be greatly missed by you're family and fans. May you find happiness in your Heavenly form.
September 29, 2012
To the Family and GH Family of Edward. (Mr.Ingle) my deepest sympathy in the passing of (Edward) as he will be missed on GH
September 28, 2012
U will be missed

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