JoAnne Sullivan Ingram was born May 11, 1942 in Payson, Utah to Elmo Sullivan and Rose Mae Archuletta. She passed away November 10, 2022 in Orem, Utah of complications from a stroke.
JoAnne grew up in Payson, Utah and graduated from Payson High School. She met her future husband on a blind date. He asked her to marry him on their second date, she answered "yes" on their 3rd date. It worked out, and they were married 42 years before his death in 2004.
Joanne married Cregg Foote Ingram on June 30, 1962. They had 4 children. They settled in Elk Ridge, Utah, in 1976, where they lived for 36 years.
JoAnne loved to play tennis. She served as the Spanish Fork City tennis coordinator for several years, and played for fun and competition for decades. She had the opportunity to travel around the state and country playing and having fun with her "tennis ladies."
JoAnne is preceded in death by her parents Elmo Sullivan, Rose and John Morrissey, and her husband Cregg F. Ingram. She is survived by her children Jilleen (Chad) Dolbeare, Danielle (Todd) Olsen, Erin Rasmussen, and Matthew Ingram, her grandchildren Ari Rasmussen, Baylee Rasmussen, Kapena Olsen, Katelyn Olsen, Cregg Kana'i aupuni Olsen, Donald Scott Kahekili Olsen, her brother Jay (Jill) Sullivan, her sister-in-law Cinda Ingram, and many beloved nieces and nephews.
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