August 2, 1967 ~ September 4, 2020

Born in: St. Petersburg, Florida
Resided in: Somerville, Texas

Kenneth Donald Ingold was set free on September 4, 2020, in Somerville, Texas. He was born in Florida on August 2, 1967 to Linda Shaff and Kenneth Ingold. Kenny made his home in Texas for the past 30 years. He started his career in Automotive repair by selling parts at HiLo. He was with Watson Motors for 24 years. Kenny became well respected in his field as a diagnostic specialist.

Kenny married Robin Lezynski in 1992. The family quickly grew with two daughters Amanda Christine Ingold and Kimberly Jean Ingold. Later, Lorenzo Richard Gomez completed the family. Kenny was passionate about doing the right thing and doing it right. He found deep contentment in the simple pleasures in life. Kenny enjoyed watching his flowers grow, watching NASCAR, cooking for the holidays, and cold Dr. Pepper. Most of all Kenny adored his grandchildren, Hannah Geneanne Ingold and David Kenneth Leal.

Waiting to greet Kenny are his sister, Tammy Barrett and aunt, Betts Ingold. He survived by his parents, and stepparents; his children, Amanda, Kimberly, and Lorenzo.

We invite you to celebrate Kenny’s life with us on Monday, September 14, 2020, visitation begins at 5 pm with a Remembrance Service at 6:30 pm, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center. Face masks are required by the family.

Services

Visitation: September 14, 2020 5:00 pm

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801

979-822-3717
https://callawayjones.com

Room: Bluebonnet Chapel
Celebration of Life Tribute: September 14, 2020 6:30 pm

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801

979-822-3717
https://callawayjones.com

Room: Cluebonnet Chapel

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  1. Amanda, Kimmy, & Robin,

    Sending you all my most sincere condolences. I am very sorry for the loss of you father, husband, and friend. Some of my fondest memories are the many years I spent sitting at your kitchen table watching Ken come home from work and do his daily routine of taking off his belt, rolling it up perfectly, and then taking his pen and tire gauge from his shirt pocket and placing them in his rolled up belt ready for work the next day.

    Keep the good memories alive and be glad that we all got to experience Kenneth Ingold for the short time that we had him.

    All my love.

  2. Memories of many happy days has been in my thoughts all day. I know you are no longer in pain, and you are smiling as peace fills your spirit. Praying for God’s love to your family and dear friends.
    Much love…

  3. My sincere and heartfelt condolences on the loss of my dear friend and pal, Ken. He was the sweetest and most considerate human being I have know for some time. I loved him and he is missed deeply.
    May you all find peace.

  4. My deepest condolences to Amanda, Kim, Hannah… and his family, he was an amazing person and I was so happy to have known him. He had a special heart and genuinely a kind soul. He will be missed very much.

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