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Kimberly Elaine Ingold

June 6, 1969 ~ September 7, 2019 (age 50)

As a courtesy to the family of Kim Ingold and her colleagues and students in Anson County Schools, we share her obituary. Any condolences or messages will be made available to her family. 

 

Kimberly Elaine Ingold, 50, of Norwood, passed away Saturday September 7, 2019. Her funeral service will be 4 Pm Thursday September 12, 2019 at Silver Springs Baptist Church with Rev. Mark Little officiating.  Burial will follow in the church cemetery.  The family will receive friends on Wednesday evening from 6 Pm until 8 Pm at Stanly Funeral and Cremation Care of Albemarle.

Kim was born September 6, 1969 in Albemarle, NC and was the daughter of Labon and Joyce Tucker Ingold.  She was a graduate of South Stanly High School and she received a Bachelor of Science degree from North Carolina State University, a Masters of Art in Education from East Carolina University and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Leadership Studies at North Carolina A & T.  Miss Ingold was a Teacher with the Anson County School System for twenty four years. She was an assistant Cheerleader coach at North Carolina State and the Anson County Schools. In addition to her teaching profession, she was also a professional Photographer as well as a promoter and public relations person for several Beach Music Bands including Kendrix Singletary.  She also designed logos for numerous Beach Music Albums.  Kim was a very active member of Silver Springs Baptist Church.  She was a long time member of 4H and even made 4H the topic of her doctoral dissertation.  Kim was a supervisor at the PNC Center for Performances and was a member of the I Love Beach Music Association and of the Wolfpack Club. 

Kim is survived by two brothers, Terry Ingold and wife Elaine of Albemarle and Doug Ingold and wife Pam of Kannapolis, niece McKenzie Huneycutt, two great-nephews, Smith Huneycutt and Reece Huneycutt and a great-niece, Aubrey Cataldo. 

The family requests that memorials be made to Silver Springs Baptist Church, 16072 NC Hwy 138, Norwood, NC 28128 or to an endowment created for Kim: checks can be made payable to the NC Agricultural Foundation, Memo Line: Kim Ingold 4H Photography, Communications, and Expressive Arts, Campus Box 7645, NC State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-7645.

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