Bradford Ingerson

Bradford I. Ingerson

Tuesday, March 3rd, 1942 - Tuesday, July 9th, 2019
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Millinocket-Bradford I. Ingerson, 77, passed away July 9, 2019 surrounded by his loving family. Brad was born in Blaine, Maine, the son of Irene (Tupper) and Irving Ingerson.
Brad worked for 35 years in the Millinocket school system as an educator and administrator.
Brad was a life member and Past Exalted Ruler of the Millinocket Elks Lodge # 1521, as well as holding several other offices. He was an active member and Deacon at the First Congregational Church of Millinocket.
Brad is survived by his loving wife Cynthia E. (Gribbin) Ingerson, daughter Holly Ingerson Hathaway, son Marcus James Ingerson, grandson Connor G. Hathaway and sister Ruth Jones and her husband Larry, as well as a niece and nephews.
Brad was a very caring man and was always there to lend a hand and help when needed. He was loved by many and will be missed dearly by his family and friends.
A service in honor of Brad will be held 10 AM Saturday July 13, 2019 at the First Congregational Church of Millinocket, 274 Katahdin Avenue, Millinocket. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the First Congregational Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements are by Lamson Funeral Home, Millinocket.
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    Saturday, July 13th, 2019 | 10:00am
    Saturday, July 13th, 2019 10:00am
    First Congregational Church of Millinocket
    274 Katahdin Avenue
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    Rev. Terry Given


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Bruce Ives

Posted at 10:54am
I was so sorry to hear of Brad's passing. He was my Assistant Principal at Millinocket Middle School in the mud 1980's. But more importantly, he was a friend, someone I could talk to, someone I could trust, someone I could learn from.
I'll never forget those long days at his Shin Pond camp in June soon after school was out. Mornings spent on the next year's schedule and afternoons fishing, BS-ing, and just refreshing ourselves in solitude, beauty and companionship.
He was a fine educator and colleague. I'll miss him.
We'll all miss him,
Bruce Ives
We'll all miss him,
Bruce Ives

Andy Pelletier

Posted at 08:29pm
Brad Ingerson was one of the most impressionable people in my life. I met Mr. Ingerson at the time when my folks had just split up and we moved back to Maine from Colorado.
Other than being a Cowboys fan, Brad was a man to look up to.😉 He kept us on the straight and narrow, kept pride where it belonged, put the love of country into our hearts and made us believe that we could accomplish anything we set our minds to. Whether it was the funny test that you took where we were instructed to read every question first before answering🤦🏻‍♂️...Listening to Willie Nelson songs or Johnny Horton beltin out “The battle of New Orleans” ...days working the radio station getting to play songs we all enjoyed, his way to keep you focused, or head down when you couldn’t, his candor in the classroom, Brad made education firm, funny, fair and fun.
We had the advantage of being in middle school when Brad came over from Granite Street School stepping up into the administrative roles. Times when I got in trouble...Brad always knew we were just human!🤷🏻‍♂️ He still remained firm but fair, providing guidance to help deter a reoccurrence.
Moving on in life, anytime I would see Brad he would always extend a handshake out asked me how things are going, ask what I was up to and was genuinely interested in hearing how you were doing and help with some advice if needed.
He was a proud member of the community, avid member of the Elks community and as we all know a very valued member of our educational community.
It’s with tears in my eyes and a whiskey in my hand, that I take this moment to reflect on the many fond memories I have of a man that made an impression on my life and one that I proudly call a friend!!!
Cheers to you Brad Ingerson, may you Rest In Peace, I thank you for everything and for being there when I needed it most!
Andy Pelletier

John Gaspar

Posted at 12:38pm
Very fond memories of fishing trips to Shin Pond with Brad, Patch, and my father. He was generous, and always entertaining to be around. RIP, Great Sol. Condolences to the family.
John Gaspar

Bruce and Julie Rioux

Posted at 10:58pm
Our hearts ache at the loss of our dear friend. The Scouting memories will comfort us in the years to come. Our deepest condolences to Cindy, Holly, Marcus and the entire family. RIP, Brad. You will always have a joyful place in our hearts
Bruce and Julie Rioux

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