Lawrence Ingerson

Obituary of Lawrence Ingerson

Lawrence "Larry" D. Ingerson

Clayton- A graveside service for Lawrence "Larry" D. Ingerson, 72, of Clayton and formerly of Cape Vincent will be held on Thursday June 16, 2016 at 5 p.m. at St. Lawrence Corners Cemetery in Cape Vincent.

Mr. Ingerson died on June 6, 2016 at Samaritan Medical Center following a short illness.

Arrangements are under the direction of North Country Cremation Service, Chaumont.

Larry was born on January 20, 1944 in Clayton, NY he was the son of the late Earl and Mary (Dodge) Ingerson. He was a 1962 graduate of Cape Vincent High School. In high school he was an excellent athlete playing Baseball, Football and Basketball. On July 20, 1963 he married Kathy Rienbeck at the Cape Vincent United Methodist Church, he was married to Kathy for 35 years. He worked for the New York State Department of Transportation for 32 years and retired on November 22, 2000. Larry was a very hard worker and in addition to his career with the DOT he often held several side jobs repairing local residents boats, cars or anything with a motor. It was never too late to drop off a car at the L&K Exxon which he owned along with his wife Kathy for several years. He also enjoyed hunting and fishing with some of his greatest memories coming from the deer hunting trips to southern tier with some of his closest friends, father and son. In this group was probably one of the most influential people in Larry's life Vic Sr. (Swenson). He also spent many years playing fast pitch softball representing the Cape Inn where they won league championships as well as traveling to and winning several area tournaments. One of the biggest tournaments in this area is fondly named after his late brother William.

He is survived by his son Michael (Lisa) Ingerson, Clayton; daughters, Sheri (Gary) Hall, Cape Vincent; Laura (Dominick) Mollica, Liverpool; brother Bob (Sandy) Ingerson, Alexandria Bay sister Carol Gray of Redwood seven grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

He was predeceased by his brother Bill (Arlene) Ingerson, Sisters Judy (Fred) Gonia and Gloria (Dick) Call.

Donations in Larry's memory may be made to the Cape Vincent Fire Department.

Online condolences may be made at www.northcountrycremationservice.com.