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Tuan N'Gai Ingram

November 16, 1971 — December 6, 2023

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Tuan N’Gai Ingram was born November 16, 1971 in Wichita Falls, Tx. He graduated from Rider HS in 1990. He enlisted in the US Army  shortly after completing his HS education. Tuan was an ordained Minister (ordained by Rev. C.W. Whitlowe - Union Baptist Church, Lawton, OK )  Tuan was also a Minister of Music. He wrote and produced his gospel CD entitled “Worthy Is The Lamb” and conducted the live recording of said work at Eastside Baptist Church, Wichita Falls TX. Tuan literally grew up in the church with is sister Kenisha and his cousins under the leadership of Pastor D. P. Williams. He accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior at an early age. 
Tuan had a long career as a Hospitality Professional where he excelled in multi-property management throughout the U.S.  He was respected for his expertise in hotel quality assurance and team empowerment.  Tuan was also a published author. He wrote “Will I Go To Heaven?” and “Little Brown Boy’s Blues”. 


 He loved his family deeply! He loved reading, writing, learning, ethnic art, music, traveling, and walks on the beach. He dedicated his life to teaching others about the miraculous love of Jesus Christ while demonstrating it compassionately.


Tuan was preceded in death by his Grandparents: Mack Ingram, Mary  Edna Ingram, J L Lacy, Ruby Lacy-Robinson, Rev. D.P. Williams and Lovora  N. Williams. Uncles: Victor Lacy, Sherman Williams, Wilmer Ingram, Bishop Mack Earl Ingram and Darron Ingram.  Aunts: Fay Blanton, Katie McMillian (Regina and Robert Keith), Yuvonne Flye, Vivian Lacy-Grant and Doris Young.  
Tuan leaves to celebrate his memory Parents: Gilda and KP Williams, Jimmy Lacy and Janice Lacy.  Uncles: Bobby R. Ingram (Delores), David Williams, Anthony Williams (Alexia), Therman Williams (Charolette) Aunts: Mattie L. Adams, Linda Lacy-Williams, Eva Williams, Edna Campbell, Carolene Johnson and Wanda Jo Ingram, . Siblings: Kenisha Williams Gipson (Billy) Niece: Jamaica Bell, Karissa Lacy McLeish (Niece: Payton) Bjourn Garnett (Nieces and Nephews: Mercedes, Bjourn Jr, Destiny and Bria) Byron Lacy (Denise) and (Nieces and Nephews: Jada, Chaise, Vann, Akino, Dominick, Jaden, Amaya, Brooklynn, and Braxton) Harrison Lee Johnson IV (Niece: Valee) and Special Cousin Sister: Camille Williams and a host of cousins, relatives and friends. 

We will cherish your memory forever Tuan!

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