Wilma Ingraham

Wilma R. Ingraham, 52, of Ashland, died Sunday, July 14 at her home following a long illness.  
Miss Ingraham was born march 3, 1939, in Fultz, a daughter of the late James A. and Elizabeth Plummer Ingraham.
She was a graduate of Morehead State University's nursing program.  She was a former nursery supervisor at King's Daughter's Medical Center, 
where she had been employed 31 years.  She was a member of Old Orchard Church of Christ and the Kentucky Nursing Association and was recipient 
of the KDMC's Edna Monk Nurse of the Quarter Award in 1991.
Surviving are a sister and brother in law, Peggy and Charles Morman of Ashland; an aunt, Evanell ingraham, who reared them; two nephews, 
James E. Morman of Ashland, and Christopher Morman, stationed at Travis Air Force Base in California; one great newphew, Zachary M. Morman of California.
She was preceded in death by her aunt, Jewell Ingraham.
Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, July 16 at Sparks Funeral Home in Grayson by Lewis Davis, minister.  Burial was in the Littleton family 
cemetary at Fultz.  
(As printed in Ashland Daily)

Submitted by: Patty Townsend

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