Phyllis Jean (Weichel) Ingram, 74, Duncansville, died Wednesday afternoon at her home after an extended illness.
She was born in Hollidaysburg, daughter of the late Frank and Anna (Weaver) Weichel. She married Ray E. Ingram on April 17, 1958.
Surviving are her husband, with whom she shared 56 years of marriage; two daughters: Leslie Stiffler and husband, Raymond, of Altoona and Raelene Carson and husband, Jimmy, of Hollidaysburg; three sons: Steven and wife, Mary, of Rockhill, S.C., Randy and wife, Lori, of Altoona and Rodney and wife, Kristy, of Hollidaysburg; nine grandchildren: Jennifer Rhine and husband, Dan, Jeremy Ingram and wife, Natasha, Jerod Knisely, twins Rebecca and Caroline Ingram and husband, Vinnie, Christopher and Amanda Stiffler and Emily and Hannah Ingram; and six great-grandchildren: Sabrina and Logan Rhine and Mya, Gage and Sierra Ingram and Bre Hughes; and Maxwell, her beloved dog.
Phyllis is also survived by a sister, Deborah Stiffler and husband, Carl; three brothers: Steve and wife, Oneta, William and wife, Luann, and Dennis and wife, Kim; seven nieces and nephews; as well as eight great-nephews and a great-niece, all of whom were like grandchildren to her.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Sherri; and a granddaughter, Angela Stiffler.
Phyllis was a member of Smith Corner Independent Mennonite Church, and she enjoyed spending time with family, reading and crossword puzzles.
Friends will be received from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Sorge Funeral Home Inc., Hollidaysburg. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, at Smith Corner Independent Mennonite Church by Pastor David D. McClanahan. Interment will be at Carson Valley Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the Smith Corner Independent Mennonite Church Building Fund, 1955 Johnstown Road, East Freedom, PA 16637.