The Deborah "Ingy" Ingersoll Memorial Scholarship Fund

 

Deborah "Ingy" Ingersoll playing piano outside

 

Your donation to Deborah "Ingy" Ingersoll's Memorial Scholarship Fund will help musically gifted students further their education. This scholarship fund is in honor of the gifted and talented musician Deborah "Ingy" Ingersoll.

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  • Twenty years ago, a sweet, kind, beautiful and brilliant woman started something amazing.

    Twenty years ago, a sweet, kind, beautiful and brilliant woman started something amazing.

    She didn’t just create a night out at the bar, she built a family. She brought us together, nurtured us, loved us, and hugged us. She filled our lives with light and joy, and, of course, music. She touched my life, and all of yours, so profoundly that it is almost indescribable. And tonight, more than twenty years later, we have lost her. My heart is broken and I am grieving for her family, her friends, for all of us who will miss that voice, that light and that warmth in our lives. I can honestly say that, because we knew you, we truly have been changed for good. My God I’m going to miss you. I love you Ingy, we all do. May you be at peace. Goodbye my sweet, dear friend. Love and light. Always.

    Ingy Testimonial Mason B.
  • My “maestro” Ingy “Deborah Ingersoll” has passed and northeast Ohio has lost a true Superstar

    My “maestro” Ingy “Deborah Ingersoll” has passed and northeast Ohio has lost a true Superstar

    and genuine friend to so many people from so many walks of life. College and high school music and theater students. The piano bar gang, which is how I grew to know and love her, dinner theater folks, you name it. She touched thousands of lives with her music, her warm heart and welcoming personality. I felt like a total outsider when I first observed their little piano group. But she quickly took me under her wing and let me feel like I was on Broadway or center stage every time she played one of my Meat Loaf or Roy Orbison songs. “Heaven Can Wait” no longer for you, my dear. As a result. I’m “Crying” over you. Love you and Godspeed and play for the angels now.
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