John Houston Ingle

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May fond memories help friends and family cope with the loss of their loved one. WC FL

To John Ingles,
I thought you were a great actor. You did a wonderful job playing Edward Quartermaine on daytime soap opera General hospital. My prayers are with your family. Lisa Weiner

RIP my friend!.. I had a opportunity to meet you years ago through my step mother at the 90210 house at a Christmas Party!.. I will forever Cherish your Picture and your autograph!.. RIP :(

To John Ingle's Family,
I am sorry to hear of your loss,I am so sad for all of you. I loved him on GH, he must have been one very special Husband, Dad and a Man, for the shows & Soaps their not the same any more.I miss seeing him on General Hospital, I will always miss him. Thank You for Sharing him with all of us. My God Bless his whole family and his friends.

I remember how he always gave out "Ingle Bells" at Christmas. I was just randomly thinking of him today. So sorry to hear of his passing. I was his voice over agent at Herb Tannen

You embraced a lonely girl and made her smile.
You gave friendship and respect and it was received and appreciated.
You made each memory of your smile, laughter, twinkle and wisdom something to be remembered and embraced.
Thank You everyday to your family for sharing your with your students, cast and crew members, fellow actors and millions of fans.
You were our Blessing and we are Forever Grateful.

While we are mourning the loss of our friend, others...

You are truly missed.,RIP.

May the road rise up to greet thee and the sun be warm upon your face, may the rain fall soft upon your sod and the wind be ever at your back. Until we meet again may God hold you in the hollow of his hand.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the girls and family of my favorite actor Mr.Ingle better known as Edward Quartermaine. I loved him to pieces on the show. He was a wonderful person and will be missed greatly.

Darlene Gray
Gaithersburg, MD


John's Obituaries

JOHN INGLEJohn Houston Ingle, 84, loved iced decaf coffee, tangerines, iambic pentameter, his students, his life on "General Hospital", his multitude of friends, but mostly his family. He passed away peacefully Sunday night (September 16, 2012) in his home, after a day well spent in...

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