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“The staff of American Cancer Fund™ at is sorry to hear of Mr. Ingrando's passing. We have just received a memorial...Read More »
1 of 7 | Posted by: American Cancer Fund - NJ

“The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Uncle Ross is how incredibly involved he was with his family. He was never to busy to lend a hand...Read More »
2 of 7 | Posted by: Sarah Geralds - Haltom City, TX

“A brother is a blessing, Of a rare and special kind; A blend of strength and courage; A truly priceless find. I did not compose this but it so fits...Read More »
3 of 7 | Posted by: TOM GERALDS - Garden Ridge, TX

“I'll always remember my uncle and godfather with a smile on his face. Nothing really ever seemed to get him down and his outlook on each day was...Read More »
4 of 7 | Posted by: Grace Geralds - Blanco, TX

“Linda, just heard the news yesterday. I am so sorry for your loss. Ross was always such a joy to be around. i will always remember how much joy he...Read More »
5 of 7 | Posted by: Kellie Butaud Skarda - Baytown, TX

“Having experienced knowing Ross as a new employee being viewed with cautious optimism, to a respected professional worthy of admiration and trust, I...Read More »
6 of 7 | Posted by: R.B.Owens - Baytown, TX

“My deepest sympathy and prayers to Linda, all the children, and all Ross's brothers and sisters. Ross was a dear "brother" and made a difference in...Read More »
7 of 7 | Posted by: Della Ingrando - CO

Celebration of Life

Ross was born on a Thursday in a log cabin in Channelview, TX to Vera Tucker & Anthony Joseph Ingrando. He was the 3rd child out of 4 who grew up running and playing in the woods of the area before it became the busy town it is today. He attended elementary schools in Channelview but completed his education in the Baytown area where he graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in 1953. As a young man, he proudly served his country for 6 yrs in the United States Marine Corps where he finished his tour as a Seargant E-4. Throughout his life, this was one of his prized accomplishments and even upon admittance and stay in the hospital, insisted on wearing his Semper Fi ballcap.

Ross went on to build his own home in Channelview where he faithfully attended Dell Dale Avenue Baptist Church, raised a large family, served as a reservist in the Harris County Sheriffs Department and then worked as an Engineer & Draftsman for Exxon. He retired in his 70s and moved to Crosby, TX with his wife Linda of 33 years this March.

Ross loved a nice slow meal, golf, traveling, and a good tall tale. He loved being an American, shortcuts via back roads, anything nostalgic, his dog Sam, and short naps. He loved his in-laws, his garage treasure, and hearing his beautiful bride sing. He simply loved his life, but more than this he loved the promise of Heaven to come. Hallelujah!

The family of Ross Ingrando wish to thank:

Texas Oncology of Baytown for the many years of care received,
Faith Community Hospice for comfort,
Pastor Kenneth Trent for officiating, Pastor Scott Neal for singing, &
Our many friends, extended family and co-workers for meals, rides, dog-sitting, and generous support.
Please consider making a donation to The American Cancer Society in memory of Ross to help the fight against cancer at
Blessings to you all!