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Robert Daniel “Danny” Ingram

Mr. Robert Daniel “Danny” Ingram, age 68 of Lebanon passed away February 10, 2024, at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital.  He was a loving husband, father, and grandfather who shall be missed dearly.

Born March 10, 1955, in Wilson County, he is the son of the late Aubrey Albert Ingram and Frances Marie Carpenter Ingram.  He was a diesel mechanic and a member of Immanuel Baptist Church.

He is survived by his wife of over forty seven years, Diane Morgan Ingram; daughter and son in law, Dana & Josh Maxwell; grandson, Landon Maxwell, sisters, Melissa Archer and Melody Whited; nephews, Matthew & Chad Agee; and aunt, Bobbie Farmer.

At his request there will be no visitation or service.

The family would like to extend special thanks to: Dr. Roger McKinney, Dr. Robert Woods, Dr. Stephen Hoff, and Dr. William Thompson of St. Thomas Heart; Amelia Drennan and Dr. Evelio Rodriguez of St. Thomas Heart Research; Dr. David Amlicke;  Dr. Dawnie Steadman of the University of Tennessee Forensic Anthropology Center; and the Doctors and Nurses in the I.C.U. at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital.

LIGON & BOBO FUNERAL HOME of Lebanon (615) 444-2142  www.ligonbobo.com

Messages for the Family

  1. Rick Dodson says:
    Great guy.
  2. David Farmer says:
    You will missed cousin!
  3. Patricia Gammons says:
    You will be missed cousin
  4. Timothy says:
    Danny, would not want to come back to this earth. Danny is in a much better place!
  5. Tommy E Oliver says:
    Melody , I am sorry to see Danny’s passing. May God be with your family in this time, and beyond. Danny was one of the best mechanics I have ever known. First knew him working for Joe Thompson, at the service station. Phillips 66. He always was a good guy to be around. He was serious about his work, and always gave 100 percent. It bothers me how time gets away from us , how the years pass so quickly. Danny I know was thought highly of by many , and will be missed . with deepest sympathy. Tommy Oliver