Roxane Ingle

Apr 27th, 1965 - Jul 13th, 2020
Roxane Ingle

Roxane Lee Keyser Ingle, age 55, of Marion, IL passed away peacefully at 8:45 am on Monday, July 13, 2020 in her home, from a recurrence of cervical cancer. 

Roxane was born April 27, 1965 in Oak Park, Illinois to Kenneth and Nancy Keyser.  She was proceeded in death by her mother, Nancy Proctor Keyser.  On December 10, 2003 she married Dan Ingle in a small ceremony and he survives. 

She graduated from Marion High School in 1983 and has held various retail positions throughout her lifetime.  She enjoyed sewing, traveling and spending time with loved ones.  She most treasured her beloved K9 companion Kiki Bear. 

Survivors include her husband Dan Ingle of Marion; stepson Matthew (Amanda) Ingle of Silverdale, Washington; two brothers Kevin (Becky) Keyser and Brad (Leigh Ann) Keyser both of Marion; as well as several nieces and nephews.  Special thanks to her caregivers Aunt Diane Keyser Pritchett, cousin Nancy K. Proctor Motsinger both of Marion and Yvette Labonte King of Goreville. 

Memorial contributions can be made in Roxane’s honor to Hospice of Southern Illinois 204 Halfway Road Marion, IL 62959.

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5 Guestbook Messages

  • Guest: Mary

    From: , Illinois

    Date: July 14, 2020

    Dan I’m so sorry

  • Guest: Mary

    From: , Illinois

    Date: July 14, 2020

    Dan I’m so sorry wish
    We could have have seen her

    week. Ago

  • Guest: Lynn Cox

    From: Cambria, Illinois

    Date: July 15, 2020

    I am so sorry to hear of Roxanne passing; I went to school with Roxanne & kept acquainted with her throughout her retail career & patronizing where she would work. She was always so kind, helpful to others & had such a gentle personality! It was an honor to know her! My thoughts & prayers will be with the family- May the Lord comfort & strengthen you in days to come.

  • Guest: Javeita

    From: Marion, Illinois

    Date: July 18, 2020

    Dan…my heart aches for your loss. I enjoyed working with Roxanne, and will treasure the wonderful memories we had. I will keep you in my prayers. We all certainly long for the time when there will be “no more sickness & death”(Revelation 21:3,4)

  • Guest: Teresa Parks Bloodworth

    From: Marion, Illinois

    Date: July 26, 2020

    I went to Marion High School with Roxane and first met her in our typing class. I remember her as a sweet and friendly person. Sorry to the family for your loss.