James-Ingram-Obituary

James Ingram

Feb 16, 1952 – Jan 29, 2019 (Age 66)

Obituary

James Ingram (1952 – 2019) was a chart topping singer known for the hit R&B song "Baby, Come to Me," a duet with singer Patti Austin which reached number one in 1983. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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God blessed him with such wonderful talents. We lost a true artist! Now we wait for our Lord's return and the resurrection. RIP.

I was planning on attending one of your concerts. I never did and I am filled with regret. Your music will live forever in our minds and hearts for it is classic and meaningful and filled with love.
Thank you

Rest In Peace

I just found out today that we were cousins...
Always loved your music cuz...
Rest in peace...

MAY THE LIVING GOD BE UPON YOU..... AND MAY YOU ETERNAL SOUL REST IN PEACE

With a heavy heart, I express my sadness and yet my gratitude for your major contribution to the musical world of love and expression of appreciation from one human being to another. This is what our lives are truly designed to be about. Thank you for reminding us of our purpose and mission down here. Be at peace with the Angles My friend.

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

I am an admirer of his work. Thank you James for sharing your gifts with the world. Your craft brings joy to my heart. May our Lord Bless and keep your family in his loving arms through the comfort of his Holy Spirit, In Christ Jesus's name Amen and Amen