ForeverMissed
Greg, 68, of the Repaupo section of Logan Township, NJ, died Monday, February 20, 2023, in Inspira Mullica Hill after a brief illness with his wife by his side.

He was born on October 29, 1954, to Laurence and Emily (Cleveland) Ingham in Mount Holly, NJ. Greg is survived by his wife Lynn (Young), brother George of Florence, sister Yvonne Ross of Florence, and many great friends.

Greg was raised in Florence, NJ, and attended Florence Township Memorial High School, where he excelled in football, wrestling, and track and field. He was a long-time employee of Computer Sciences Corporation in Marlton, NJ, which afforded him the opportunity to travel the world, although his favorite assignment was when he got to go to Fort Walton Beach, Florida. He and Lynn would travel there many times to vacation. He retired in 2018.

Greg was a dedicated Atlanta Braves fan. He enjoyed the shooting sports and riding the back roads on his Harley. His true passion was upland hunting with Lynn, friends, and his trusty German Shorthaired Pointers Etta, Saint, and Molly. Greg was an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church.

A special thank you to the nurses and staff in Inspira’s ICU, especially Tara, Brenda, Heather, and Autumn. Kyleen, Kris, and Norma took particularly good care of Greg at home.

At Greg’s request, there will be no funeral or memorial service.

Fertig Funeral Home



February 23
February 23
Greg I were friends for nearly 30 years. I'm an only child but he always looked out for me like the big brother I never had. He always had my back, always offering to help. Greg, hope you're smiling down on us, keeping watch, and enjoying the best Pineapple Surprise ever!

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February 23
February 23
Greg I were friends for nearly 30 years. I'm an only child but he always looked out for me like the big brother I never had. He always had my back, always offering to help. Greg, hope you're smiling down on us, keeping watch, and enjoying the best Pineapple Surprise ever!
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February 23
I remember the first time I ever shot a real gun; something other than a BB gun.  I had a 12 gauge shot gun that belonged to my grandfather and Greg offered to take me out to the range so we could test it out.  Of course first he said, 'Hon, start with this 410 and see how you do' with a smile on his face.  Seeing as how I did OK, he let me shoot a 20 gauge shotgun after that, working my way up to the big gun.  Like a gentleman and adventurer, he offered to shoot the 12 gauge first just to make sure it was 'safe' for me. Thankfully it was, and after his testing, he let me finally fire it.  It was a great day at the Setter Club in NJ, and he was very patient with me, and offered great instruction.  We had a great time, probably blowing off work in the process...

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