Judy Ingram was born on March 10, 1952 in New York City to Liela and John Willie Floyd and transitioned to her heavenly home on September 26, 2020.
She was the fifth of eight children, and as a young child attended school in New York City until she moved to Georgia to complete her studies, and later marry. From that union three children were born. In the late 1970’s.
Judy moved back to New York City where she raised her children. For over 20-years, she worked in Childcare Services, and prior to that, she worked as a Bartender and a Parks Services Worker.
Judy loved life and people, and over the course of her life, she could be found dancing, listening and singing to oldies, being a wonderful host, and a great cook. She had a big heart and opened both her heart and home to anyone in need. She was a compassionate and loving soul who loved to laugh and joke. Her amazing humor made her lovingly known for “putting you out” when the party was over!
Judy is preceded in death by her father John Willie Floyd, sister Betty Keitt, and brother Larry Floyd.
She leaves to cherish her memories, her children Horace Ingram III, Eric Ingram, and Chante Ingram; her mother Liela Floyd; her sisters Linda Williams, Amanda Rich (Titus), and Lottie Penny; her brothers Lee Davis, Alvin Floyd, and Gregory Floyd; her grand-children Leloni Lopez (James), Londel Ingram, Kelsey Jackson, Precious Ingram, Eric Ingram, Jr., Madison Sumpter, and Leah Washington; her great grand-children Mikyla Ingram, Sydeem Ingram, and Supreme Ingram; and a host of nieces, nephews great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins, and friends.
While we grieve for our beloved Judy, we know she is resting in the arms of our Father and is at peace.