Jacquie Ingram, 83, joined the LORD on June 23rd. Her motto was "to be fully available to God right where she was", a lifestyle that blessed her as she blessed family, friends, foster children, and the community. A Cherokee Indian born in Ione, Jacquie lived in Stockton most of her life, retiring from San Joaquin County in 1985 to relocate to Murphys to care for her parents, Lee and Lillie Spiva. Jacquie was a published author, talented artist, and animal healer and lover.
Jacquie is survived by her dearest friend Carol Tower Blackwell, brothers Bruce and Fred Spiva, daughters Janice Ommert, Susan Yates and April Wall, 11 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, her dog Giger and her adopted cat family.
Friday, July 6th, visitation will be held from 11AM to noon at Angels Memorial Chapel in Angels Camp followed by 2:00 PM graveside service at the Buena Vista Cemetery in Murphys. Donations to her alma mater, Azusa Pacific University - 701 E. Foothill Blvd, Azusa, CA 91702 - in Jacquie's name are preferred. Condolences may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.