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Lloyd Ingraham

Lloyd George Edward Ingraham

Tuesday, September 5th, 1916 - Sunday, March 24th, 2019
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Lloyd George Edward Ingraham

Born September 5, 1916, Vegreville, Alberta
Passed March 24, 2019, Squamish

Survived by Leona, wife of 79 years, children Ron (Irene), Arlene, Carl (Anna). Grandchildren Elaine (Waheed), Lee (Eugenia), Jennifer, Kevin, Rina. Great grandchildren Zara, Jade.

Arrived in Squamish in 1919. Worked at Woodfibre in the Bleach Plant, and as an Electrician.

Returned to Squamish 1955, as an electrical Contractor, and started the Squamish Cable TV system in 1957. Was a Member of The Cable TV Pioneers' Club, the Board of the Western Society of Cable Television Engineers and the Canadian Cable TV Association. Was very involved with the establishment of Squamish Valley Golf and Country Club and was a Lifetime Member. A significant contributor to Squamish Hospital Foundation, Squamish Community Foundation, Squamish Hospice Society. A longtime member of Squamish Rotary Club, Squamish Yacht Club, and Thunderbird Yacht Club.

A Celebration of Life and Reception to be held at Squamish Funeral Chapel, 40440Tantalus Rd., Saturday April 6, at 11 AM.

In lieu of flowers, Donations to Squamish Rotary Club, with proceeds to go to Rotary School Breakfast Program, and Friday Night Special Meals at Hilltop House.
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Service Details

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, April 6th, 2019 | 11:00am
    Saturday, April 6th, 2019 11:00am
    Squamish Funeral Chapel
    40440 Tantalus Rd
    Garibaldi Highlands, BC V0N 1T0
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    George McKenzie
  • Interment

    Saturday, April 6th, 2019 | 2:30pm
    Saturday, April 6th, 2019 2:30pm
    Mount Garibaldi Cemetery
    44500 Government Rd
    Brackendale, BC V0N1H0
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Reception

    Saturday, April 6th, 2019 | 12:00pm - 2:00pm
    Saturday, April 6th, 2019 12:00pm - 2:00pm
    Squamish Funeral Chapel
    40440 Tantalus Rd
    Garibaldi Highlands, BC V0N 1T0
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Victor and Vivianne Drought

Posted at 12:48pm
Our condolences to Lloyd's family on his passing.
102 years and a long list of accomplishments = a life well lived.
I especially remember his antenna farm in the North Yards, most notably the parabolic antenna, made of chicken wire, that brought in Channel 12 for many years.
- Victor and Vivianne Drought

Doug Hackett

Posted at 01:01pm
I met Lloyd when I was chair of the Squamish Community Foundation. His generosity and caring for the community was inspiring. My sincere condolences to Lloyd's family and friends.

Herb Ransbury

Posted at 11:43am
Our sincere condolences of one of the most honorable men I have ever known, he was a great mentor and an even better friend. He will truly be missed.

Linda Wood Posted at 12:09pm

The Bridge and membership of the Squamish Yacht Club would like to express their condolences to the Ingraham family. Lloyd's was a longtime member of the Squamish Yacht Club, in recent years an Honorary Member. A donation will be made to the Squamish Rotary Club to support Lloyd's pet projects: the Breakfast program in schools and the Hilltop Support Society Friday night dinners.

Michael Gigliotti

Posted at 03:12pm
I met Mr. Ingraham in 1992, the year I joined my father working in the life insurance industry. From the very first moment I realized his was a very sharp mind and nothing would ever get by him and never did. Over the years, especially after my father retired, Mr. Ingraham and I would meet frequently and usually for lunch in Squamish at one of his favourite places which was usually the golf course. While our relationship was always professional, somehow over time, it eventually became one as friends. This friendship flourished despite our more than 40 years difference in ages. In the latter years, although we would still review business and estate planning matters at each meeting, the lunches became mainly a time to catch up on what we both enjoyed most - our respective stories. His memories were so valued and interesting to me because it was like he was a participant in a history I never experienced. I suppose my own stories were likely valued by him too as he always wanted to hear what I had been up to in the mountains. In the end, while he couldn't see well anymore he could still communicate very well. He was still sharp as ever. While trust is a necessary component with any valued client, I came to realize he put a level of trust in me that no one outside of my own family had ever done before. I was and will always remain truly honoured to have known him as I did and I am at a loss to express myself clearly how much I will miss him. I have a photo of my latest mountain memory which he didn't get to hear about. I'd like to think this is a physical icon to the man he was - unique, sharp and inspiring.

Gary Luedke

Posted at 02:41pm
My sincerest condolences on the loss of Lloyd. I really respected, enjoyed working with and knowing him for close to 35 years.

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