Scott Parker Ingram

Scott Parker Ingram passed peacefully in his home Nov 17/2020 at the age of 57. He was surrounded by his family and loved ones.

Scott was a heavy equipment operator for 35+ years. His specialty was running grader and he was often praised for his precise work. Scott was a blue collar Albertan at his core.
His favorite past time was taking his family for drives to show them roads and developments that he has worked on. You didn’t have to go far to find one, but you can find them all over the province.
He had a sense of humor that often had people in stitches. He was a quick friend to anyone he crossed paths with his chatty demeanour and knack for entertaining. He had a way of drawing you into his stories, especially tales of back in the day. Scott could also tell you not only the name and artist of any classic rock song but the year it came out and what he was doing when he first heard it.
Scott Parker Ingram became a guardian angel to the dragon (partner) Nova Chambers, his goat (daughter) Paige Chambers, his son Chad Chambers and his dog Dozer. He was predeceased by his father Eugene Francis Ingram and mother Shiela Pauline Saar. At Scott’s request, no formal services will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cross Cancer Society in Edmonton will be accepted but not expected.
“So long, because I never say goodbye. All the best”

8 Obituaries

  1. Karen Sand

    Open sesame ha ha ! Love you Scott you will always stay in my heart and memories

    • Paige Chambers

      Thank you everyone for signing.

      • Debra Sand

        I allways say ,”later”
        You will be missed by so many people. Glad you were a part of my venture through life.

        • Cheryl

          Until we meet again my friend XOXOXO

          • McKenna

            Love you Scotty. Will always smile when I think of you, blessed to have had you be apart of our family and for being such a great friend to my mom?? Xoxo – your cutie Kenna

            • Gord Milford

              Scott left us too soon. He showed incredible courage and fortitude throughout his battle. He will be missed. A kind heart. I feel fortunate to have known him. Best wishes to the family.

              • Wendy Cozicar

                I have so many memories of Scott and will always smile when I think of him. I admire his courage and bravery. A big old Teddy bear with a naughty side. I’ll see you on the other side Scooter xo

                • Nova Chambers

                  Still find it hard to think! I hear your laugh , I see your grin, I miss your smirk! I feel you are at peace and are watching over Paige and Chad! I have my memories of all we had and will cherish each one as they come! Forever I have you in my heart!

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