Passed away unexpectedly at the age of 92 in Flagstaff, AZ on May 4, 2010. Ingrid was born in Milwaukee, WI and grew up in Denver, CO, moving to Phoenix in the late 1940’s. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl J. Weingartner. Ingrid was a member of Chi Omega Sorority and Cosine Club and donated many hours to the Friendly Visitor program and the Phoenix Center for the Blind. Tuesday’s and Saturday’s found her down at the Scottsdale Senior Center playing bridge. She is survived by daughters, Eve (Larry) Kalliokoski and Kati Weingartner and granddaughter, Sara Briggs. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Phoenix Center for the Blind. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00 am, Friday, May 7, at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 4800 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix.
Bruce and Patti Kalliokoski
Just letting you know our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Joe and Sue Nuciforo
Dear Kati, Sara, Eve and Larry
We love you all. I know you find comfort in the fact that Aunt Ingrid went quickly as she wished and now is in a better place.
Joe and Sue
Deborah and Elynor Dillon
It was a joy to spend time with Ingrid. Thought about bringing Peewee because we couldn’t think of anything she would like more but decided it would be to hard to smuggle him in. Hugs to each of you. You will be in our thoughts and prayers through these sad times. Love, D&E
“Ma W” – You’ll be missed, but your memories will live on in all those whose heart you touched. I’ll always remember the chats we had those few times at the cabin.
Kati, Eve and Sara,
I am so sorry for your loss. Words cannot express how great it is. Your mother and grandmother was one of the most kind, thoughtful and nice people I’ve ever met. She will leave a hole in my heart as well as yours. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help in your time of sorrow.
Lots of love to you all,
Kati – You are in my heart and my prayers.
The Lambrakis Family
I never had the pleasure of meeting your mom, unlike my spouse John, but I get to work with her wonderful daughter Kati, and if your mom is anything like Kati, she must have been a great lady. Cherish the memories of her. Our thoughts are with your family.
David and Karen Schwalm
Karen and I send you our deepest sympathies.
Kati, so sorry for your loss. Just know you have lots of little sisters sending you good thoughts. Hang in there
LOL Kris #474
Al and I send our thoughts of sympathy and peace to your family.
So sorry to hear about your mom. What a legacy she leaves behind. 92 years of living!! Amazing….
You are in our thoughts and prayers…..G and Gary
Dear Eve, Larry, Kati, Sara and family: I know I speak for all of my Ohio family when I say how saddened we are today for you. May you feel the warmth of God’s love, and our prayers, as you do a most difficult thing today~saying your final earthly goodbyes to Aunt Ingrid.
Like Grandma, I praise God that you had her for 92 years. What a gift.
Although we can’t be with you in body, we are with you in spirit. May the peace which surpasses all human understanding , and the comfort of the Holy Spirit, be yours.
My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family.
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My Mom passed away four years ago, so I understand what you are going through now. I know you will remember all the times of joy and love that you shared with your Mother. May they bring you comfort in the days and years ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Kati – I am so sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing. Her memories will be with you forever – as will her love. Sending you hugs.
Lori (#549) and Jim