Bob Ingram Obituary, Death Cause – The passing of Robert “Bob” Ingram, who had attended West Philadelphia High School and graduated in the class of 1979, has been announced.
Robert’s loved ones call him Mitchell or Mitch, and they do so with great affection. Mace is what his close circle of friends and acquaintances call him, but many of his employees refer to him as Ice Man. By pursuing his study even after he retired, he made the most of the time he had at his disposal.
Right after he received his high school diploma, he joined the United States Air Force. Over the course of his career, he served as an air traffic controller in the cities of Incirlik, Turkey, San Bernardino, California, and Bitburg, Germany. All three of these locations are in the United States. After completing his service in the Air Force in 1986 and being discharged with distinction, he went on to work in a number of jobs before finding a position with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Robert worked at the FAA Headquarters in Washington, DC, the Atlantic City Air Traffic Control Tower in New Jersey, the Millville Flight Service Station in New Jersey, the Morristown Air Traffic Control Tower in New Jersey, the Philadelphia Air Traffic Control Tower in Pennsylvania, the Atlantic City Air Traffic Control Tower in New Jersey, and the Charlotte Air Traffic Control Tower in North Carolina. All of these locations are in the state of New Jersey. After serving in various capacities for the government for a cumulative 35 years, Robert decided to call it quits and retire in March of 2017.