Obituaries - I


Bakersfield Californian, August 4, 1983

Ingall, Joe - Memorial services were held July 18 at Mountain View Christian Assembly in Sandy, Utah for Joe Ingall who died of a heart attack at the age of 43. Mr. Ingall was the Manager of Skaggs Drug on Mt. Vernon before transferring to Salt Lake City, UT to become District Manager over 15 stores. He is survived by his wife, Gail; daughter, Krystal and son, Kent. Memorial has been established through Mountain View Christian Assembly on behalf of his children, 300 E. & 8000 S., Sandy, UT 84091


Bakersfield Californian, Dec. 26, 1999
Veda Lavon Ingle
Services: Mon. Dec. 27, 10 a.m.

Veda Lavon Ingle went home to be with the Lord on December 22. She lived a wonderful life, full of joy, adventure and love. Veda was an imperfect person like the rest of us, but in the eyes of her family, she was the perfect Mom and Granny. She will be greatly missed by her many, many, friend in Buttonwillow, a community she loved so very dearly.
Veda was born to Monte Lee and Lucile McPhetridge on September 29, 1925, in Kiowa, Oklahoma. She came to Kern County as a child and attended Buttonwillow School and Kern County High School. She eventually met her husband, Spud, and together they created a close and loving family. She was a very hard worker and held a variety of jobs over the years, including picking cotton (with a sack!), and working as a waitress at the Buttonwillow School Cafeteria. She went to night school to get her high school diploma and then on to beauty school at night to fulfill a dream of becoming a hairdresser Her dream came true, and for many years, she owned and operated the Hair Twister Beauty Salon in Buttonwillow. Veda never really retired from the profession she loved. Veda was preceded in death by her husband, Spud.
She is survived by two sisters, Mary Brock and Virginia Tidwell. Her children are Carolyn Standridge and husband, Leon, and Gary Ingle and wife, Martha. Her grandchildren are Wendy Baize and husband, Mark, Scott Standridge and wife, Carole, Jenny Hammar and husband, Jon and Jeff Ingle. Her great grandchildren are Matthew, Nicky, Miranda, Madison and Jason. She leaves behind a legacy of love and loyalty to her family and friends and she will forever be a part of us.
A memorial service will be held at the Buttonwillow Community Baptist Church, 1st and Lux Streets on Monday, December 27 at 10 a.m. A graveside service will immediately follow at the Shafter Memorial Park. Pastor Chris Dalke and Rev. Jennifer Hammar will conduct the services.
Visitation will be held Sunday, December 26 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Peters Funeral Home of Shafter.


Myron Ingraham 4-6-1928

Bakersfield Californian, Friday, Apr 6, 1928
Pioneer Resident of City Is Called:

Myron Lewis Ingraham, 69, a resident of Bakersfield for 25 years died here today at his home, 710 M Street following a long illness. Mr. Ingraham is survived by his widow Mrs. Clara Ingraham; a son Dan Ingraham; and a granddaughter Janice Clair Ingraham all of this city; a brother William Ingraham of Montana; a sister Mrs. Frances Seckins of Pasco, Washington. Mr. Ingraham was a member of the Modern Woodsmen of America. The remains are at the Doughty Funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements.

Bakersfield Californian, Saturday Apr 7, 1928
Ingraham Funeral Service Set Monday

Funeral rites for Myron Lewis Ingraham, 69, resident of Bakersfield for a quarter century, who died Friday at his home, 710 M Street will be conducted at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the Doughty Funeral Home by Rev. Willie G. White pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Pallbearers will be Frank Sprague, Al Greenleaf, Floyd Busby, E. E. Stoner, R. L. Green and W. B. Shawl. Interment will be in Union Cemetery.

ISAAK, Abraham

Bakersfield Californian, Sunday, January 17, 1993

Abraham 'Abe' Isaak

1904 - 1993

Graveside Services Tuesday

11 a.m. Greenlawn Cemetery
Graveside funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday for Abraham 'Abe' Issak, 89, who died January 15, in a Bakersfield hospital after a sudden illness.
Abe Issak was born January 6, 1904 in Corn, Oklahoma. As one of six brothers and one sister, he moved with his family to Escondido in 1909 and settled in Bakersfield in 1921. Abe retired as a foreman from Anderson and Clayton Corporation after 32 years of service. He enjoyed several hobbies and in his younger years he enjoyed traveling, fishing, gardening and making furniture. He was an active member of Olive Knolls Church of the Nazarene and the North of the River Senior Citizens Center. His 5 brothers pre-deceased him and his only sister, Mary Kuzminski is the only member of his family who survives him with numerous nieces, nephews and friend. Abe never married. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. till 8 p.m. each day at Mish Funeral Home.