Bradley W. Ingamells

Jun 15, 2020
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A Celebration of Life & Sharing from 3:00 to 6:00 PM, Friday, July 3, 2020, at the Hudson Community Center, 525 Jefferson, Lower Level at 6th Street, Hudson, with Sharing at 5:00 PM.

Please keep social distancing and masks are encouraged.



Family graveside services will be held in the Hudson Cemetery, Hudson


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be directed to Randy Ingamells, 104 Pheasant Lane, Hudson, IA 50643.


Bradley Wayne Ingamells, 71, of Clearwater, FL, formerly of Hudson, IA, died June 15, 2020, at Morton Plant Hospital in Florida.


He was born May 16, 1949, in Waterloo, IA, the son of Robert and Gladys (Klein) Ingamells.  Brad graduated from Hudson High School in 1967. He was employed by Florida Light & Power and retired after 25 years of employment.  After moving to Hudson, Brad was employed by the City of Hudson for 12 years; he served on the Hudson City Council as well as holding various seats on other committees for the city.


Brad enjoyed golf, he was a long-suffering Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan, and enjoyed watching NASCAR and socializing. He was known as that guy that liked to be busy and would help everybody out. He was friendly and charismatic, had a winning smile, an easy laugh, and made friends everywhere he went. He will be missed by many.


Survivors include his 3 daughters, Laura Cousins of Sedona, Arizona, Amy (Robbie) Rank of Cape Coral, Florida, and Sarah (Cory) Scharnhorst of Cedar Falls, Iowa; brothers, Randy (Vickie) Ingamells of Hudson and Grant Ingamells of Clearwater; special friend, Dawn Meader of Clearwater; 4 grandchildren: Erika Cousins of Waterloo, Iowa, Skyler Wendling of LaBelle, Florida, Tanner Wendling of Minneapolis, and Owyn Scharnhorst of Cedar Falls; 3 nephews, Justin (Kristi) Ingamells and Wade (Shannon) Ingamells, both of Hudson and Josh Ingamells of Aledo, Illinois; and many great-nieces and -nephews. 


Brad is preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Greg.

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  1. Kathy Meinhart Weber | Jul 04, 2020

    To the Ingamells Family,


    Accept my deepest sympathy. Brad was a classmate of mine in 1967 and I reconnected with him at class reunions. I always will remember his smile and friendly manner. Peace and Love to his family.

  2. Kathy Meinhart Weber | Jul 04, 2020
    To the Ingamells family, my deepest sympathy. Brad was a classmate in 1967 and after graduation we got to catch up at class reunions. I always remember his smile and friendly manner. Peace and love to his family.
  3. Brian Cousins | Jun 17, 2020
    I have a lot of great memories with Brad and the rest of the Ingamells family. My thoughts and prayers are will you all at this time of great loss. 
  4. Brandi | Jun 17, 2020

    Bradley will be deeply missed. He was the life of the party. He was down to earth, and he never met a stranger. And i will say he loved his 3 daughters more than anyone will ever know.  But i will say when his grandaughter was born on his that was his light of his day. He was  so excited to share his birthday with her. I love you bradley, always and forever. May you R.I.P my friend!!

  5. Dave Furneaux | Jun 17, 2020
    To the Ingamells family, deepest sympathy. I enjoyed the years i got to see him again after he moved back to Hud. One of the funniest guys in our class and high school. Will miss him but so glad we had the time we did. 

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