Glenna Mae Ingraham, 93, of Webster City, died on March 7, 2022, at Van Diest Medical Center in Webster City. Private family graveside services were held at Graceland Cemetery. The family has chosen Boman Funeral Home (www.bomanfh.com) to care for their needs.
Glenna was born on December 26, 1928, in Raymond Nebraska, to Harry and Rosalie (Barton) Nelson. She attended the Cromwell and Creston schools, in Union County. Glenna married Floyd R. Ingraham on December 3, 1944. Glenna farmed with her husband, worked at the Hamilton County Hospital for 13 years, and then worked for the Hamilton County home Health Care.
Glenna was a 4H leader, part of the Garden Club, a member of Asbury United Methodist Church, where she served as Sunday School Teacher, and Faith United Methodist Church where she was a part of the Circles, Fall Festival treasurer, and the United Methodist Women.
She is survived by her three children: Carolyn Arends, Colleen Craven, and Dale (dawn) Ingraham; six grandchildren: Brett, Trevor, Michael, Kristin, Ken and Brian; eight great-grandchildren: Treyton, Noah, Case, Hayden, Winifred, Odette, Braden and Brianna; two: sisters: Marian Ivey, and Joan Pokorny. She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; sisters: Deanna Nelson and Doris Schaffer; brother Darrell “Bud” Nelson; granddaughters: Traci Gayle Ingraham and Julie Lynn Peterson; sons-in-law: Dewayne “Red” Craven and Eldon Gale Arends.
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