Tony Wayne Ingalls a resident of Washington, NC passed away Friday, July 17, 2020 at 7:43pm at home in Washington, NC.
Funeral Services will be held 1:00 PM Thursday, July 23, 2020 at Washington Assembly of God officiated by Pastor Lee Hendricks. Burial will follow at Oakdale Cemetery in Washington. Pallbearers will be Simon Wells, Zach Harper, Harvey Tripp, Nathan Grooms, Robert Lavictorie and Randy Jackson.
Tony was born in Pitt County to Janet Silverthorne Ingalls and Dillion Ingalls on June 26, 1972. Tony, aka Tony the Tiger, was passionate about basketball and spread a lot of joy to many people on and off the court. Many played the game at Oakdale Courts with Tony.
Tony is survived by his wife: Sherri Fox Ingalls and daughters: Brittney Tripp and husband Harvey Tripp, Candace Ingalls and partner Nathan Grooms, Toni Shay Ingalls-Harper and husband Zach Harper, and his son: Carson Wayne Ingalls, step-children: Hailee Boyd and Casey Boyd, two grandchildren: Alannah and Wyatt Tripp and sister: Tammy LaVictorie and husband Robert, aunt: Brenda Apple, mother and father in law: Martha and Butch Fox and niece: Misty Ingalls. Tony had a very loving and supportive extended family to include Tracy Cuss Cale, Sayre Hopkins, Sylvia Waters, Amanda Holland Jackson and Angie, Simon and Brodie Wells.
Tony was preceded in death by Charles Williams, Florence Silverthorne, Joyce Ann Winstead and his brother David Wayne Ingalls.
The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Dr Taylor at New Bern Cancer Center and Aseracare Hospice Care especially Emily and to all the people that made donations to the family to help Tony have a very blessed and beautiful funeral.
You may share a memory with the family by visiting www.josephpaulfdl.com.
Joseph B. Paul, Jr. Funeral Director Licensee of Washington is serving the Ingalls family.
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heard about him from his (FAVORITE)niece Misty he earned them. So to his Mother don't think of Tony being gone because he maybe gone from this disrespectful world to a much better place which in order to get there God had to change his address and one day you both will get to see him again. So in the meantime hold on to those very special times and moments God allowed you both to share with Tony. Love you Misty and I am always here for you, your Grandmother and you are in my prayers.
So very sorry for you loss. I pray God sees you through these hardest hours. May all your memories give you comfort throughout each difficult day.