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It all started on a piece of farm land in Magnolia, Texas on January 29th, 1981. Jeff's parents James and Lola Ingram were proud of their new son, but not as excited as the little girl waiting at home. Jeff was raised with his sister, Jennifer along with all his cousins, Nat, Nick, Josh, Charlene, Dan, Sean, Ashley, Chelsea and Kaitlyn to name a few. Jeff loved the outdoors and was a natural athlete. In life, people say to "give a 110%". Some argue that is not possible, 100% is the most. Those people probably never met Jeff. He attended school at Magnolia High school and set many records.

In 1995 after playing only one game on the freshman team, he was called up to start for the Magnolia Bulldog Varsity Football Team. As a freshman he was also a member of the Varsity Track Team.
In 1996 as a sophomore, he was a First Team All District and First Team All County Defensive Back, as well as Second Team All District Running Back. He was also a member of the 18-4A District Championship Track Team.
In 1997, First Team All District, First Team All County Defensive Back, placed second at the State Championship in Pole Vault and was also a member of the 18-4A District Championship Track Team. In 1998 First Team All District, First Team All County Defensive Back, Class 4-A State Champion in Pole Vault, and an Indoor and Outdoor All American. District Champ in the 100 meter and Four By 400, as well as a member of the 1998 District 18-4A Championship Track Team, completing the Triple Crown.
After High school he received a pole vaulting and football scholarship to Angelo State University. In 2000, he was a member of the Lone Star Conference Championship Football Team at Angelo State. In 2001, he was the Lone Star Conference Champion in pole vault and finished sixth at the National meet. Jeff loved the hill country but had always dreamed of attending Texas A & M University. He transferred to A & M to Pole vault, after a semester he decided to follow his passion for bull riding and joined the rodeo team. Jeff started steer riding when he was just 10 years old. Jeff claimed the title of 2003 Texas A&M Bull Riding Champion.
Jeff's passion and dedication made him excel in everything he did. He was just as passionate about his parents, sister, nephew, family and friends. Jeff's laugh and smile were contagious and are still remembered by all that were blessed to know him. Jeff will live on through his family and friends and never die... for nothing loved is ever lost.


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