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Mr. Timothy J. Ingland

Murray, Kentucky

Dec 31, 1970 – Sep 15, 2021 (Age 50)


December 31, 1970
September 15, 2021
Murray, Kentucky


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J H Churchill Funeral Home Obituary

Mr. Timothy J. Ingland, age 50, of Murray, Kentucky, died on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, at the Murray-Calloway County Hospital in Murray, Kentucky. Mr. Ingland was born on December 31, 1970, in Detroit, Michigan. He worked in the maintenance department at Pella and attended the First...

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May God's comfort and Grace be with you all. Prayerfully, Jim and Judy Stahler

Kayla, I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Tim Ingland I have not seen you since we all lived on Ridgewood, but u always brought joy to anyone you met. May God comfort your family and friends. May you walk through the pearly gates for all the good you brought into people's lives. The hurt for us ones left behind is temporary till we are called home, so unfair, say hello to my little one who is there.

Your friend and brother always,

Scott, Amy, and Sophia Owens
Camden, TN

I will miss you Tim when I got moved over to your line you welcomed me and taught me everything. I always had so many questions about things and just wanted to make you proud and help the team all I could. I will never forget you my friend R.I.P

I'm still in shock and grief about Tim. He was a loving father and a good husband and he was just beginning a new chapter in his life. Peace be with him and all of you suffering this loss.

There are no words to say about Tim, I worked an knew him for 8 years at Briggs and Stratton, an also knew Kayla to He was a friend that no one could replace, I loved working with him an Kayla, My heart is broken. Many prayers for Kayla an the boys An May God be with you in the coming days an months love ya my friend

Thoughts and prayers still continuing for each family member and loved one. He was one of the very best coworkers in the Briggs and Stratton MKY family. He will be dearly missed. May God's presence be felt by each one heartbroken by this one: yet another one gone too soon. RIP friend.