Raymond A. Ingman

Raymond A. Ingman, 63, of Hatley, passed away on Nov. 9, 2023 at home with his family after a long fight with cancer.

Ray was born on Nov. 28, 1959, and grew up in Tomahawk. After graduating from Tomahawk High School in 1978 he went through a meat cutting apprenticeship and spent his working career at 29 Super. He moved up to become a manager then supervisor in his 40-plus years in the industry.

He was united in marriage to Linda on July 14, 1996, where they combined their two lovely families.

Ray was always known to be a very hard worker and a dedicated family man. His family was by far the most important part of his life. He looked forward to visits from his children and his grandchildren. He would take them on 4-wheeler rides through the woods and trout fishing. He did not let cancer stop him from attending the grandkids’ little league games, music concerts or family get togethers despite the difficult treatment he was going through. We could count on him to show up.

He is survived by his wife Linda Ingman of Hatley; five children, Justin (Rachel) Ingman of Wausau, Josh (Jennifer) Ingman of Fairbanks, Alaska, Scott (Rachel) Kline of Green Bay, Heather (Scott) Ingman of Tomahawk, Stacy (Tom) Hogan of Mosinee, and nephew/son Austin Boruch of Roseau, Minn.; grandchildren, Mason, Morgan, EJ, Wesley and Bennett; siblings, Robert “Bob” (Jennifer) Ingman of Tomahawk, Randy Ingman of Wausau, and Rose Ingman; sister-in-law Julie (Lyle) Garton of Eland.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Mary Ingman of Tomahawk; siblings Richard Ingman and Roland Ingman, both of Tomahawk; father and mother-in-law Norbert “Foxy” and Jean Letarski of Hatley; along with many other aunts, uncles and grandparents.

A Funeral Service was held at 3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13, 2023, at St. Florian Catholic Church, Hatley. Sister Mary Ellen Diermeier officiated. Burial took place in the Parish Cemetery. Visitation was held on Monday, from 2 p.m. until the time of service at the church.

Schmidt & Schulta Funeral Home, Wittenberg, assisted the family with funeral arrangements. Memories and messages of support may be shared at www.schmidtschulta.com

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