Kenneth E. IngallsDecember 22,2012
Kenneth E. IngallsKenneth E. Ingalls
FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Kenneth Earl Ingalls, 62, a former resident of Clarendon, Vt., died unexpectedly at his home in Fond Du Lac.
He was born May 10, 1950, in Rutland, the son of Kenneth and Shirley (Wadsworth) Ingalls.
He graduated from Mount St. Joseph Academy in 1968, and earned a master’s degree from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
He was employed as an electrical engineer by several companies in Wisconsin.
He was an avid Red Sox fan, and follower of the Green Bay Packers. He enjoyed reading, especially about Vermont history.
Survivors include a daughter Kerri; a son Kenneth; a brother Wayne Ingalls of Largo, Fla.; five sisters, Dianne Ingalls of Clarendon, Patricia Pratt of Clarendon, Wendy Mitchell of Greer, S.C., Cathy Bleakley of Chateaugay, N.Y., and Lori Ingalls of Clarendon; an aunt, an uncle, several nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012, at 1 p.m. at the Clarendon Congregational “Old Brick” Church. Pastor William Kingsley will officiate.
Arrangements are by Aldous Funeral Home.
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