Wesley Ingram, D.O. Wesley Mark Ingram, D.O. was born on October 23, 1961 in Valentine, NE to parents Francis and Tomisene Ingram. Growing up in Eagle Butte, SD, San Carlos, AZ, and Carnegie, OK he enjoyed playing many sports as well as 4-H and band. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1983 with his degree in Physiology and Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1987. He married Patricia Karpuk on May 10, 1986 and together they welcomed 3 sons into the world. After moving to Claremore, OK, Wesley began his medical practice at Oologah Family Clinic. Over the years he served as a doctor in several different offices in Claremore and Owasso, including Omni Medical Group and Urgent Care of Green Country. Wesley was a caring father and a devoted husband. He was an active member of his church, serving as an usher, teaching in his Sunday School class, and stepping up in other areas as needed. He was always happy to help others learn, whether it be a medical student who needed someone to shadow, or a group of Cub Scouts learning to build their first campfire. Wesley also enjoyed using his skills as a doctor to help those that were less fortunate. He travelled to Mexico and Costa Rica on mission and provided free medical care to those in the community in need. He also enjoyed serving as Team Doctor for the Oologah High School football team for many years: something that combined his passion for football with his passion for medicine. Wesley passed away on Friday, December 8th in St. John's Hospital in Tulsa, OK. He was 56. Wesley is survived by his father, Francis of Carnegie, OK; his wife, Patricia of Claremore, OK; his children, Garrett, Mark, and Brandon; his siblings, Leisa of Tulsa, OK, Desiree of Stillwater, OK, and Michael of Hurst, TX. He is preceded in death by his mother, Tomisene of Carnegie, OK. Services for Wesley will be held at 11AM at First United Methodist Church of Claremore, OK. Dr. Ray Crawford will officiate the ceremony. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you send donations to the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association OEFOM scholarship fund or First United Methodist Church, marked for the Volunteers in Mission Ministry. The family would like to thank the members of First United Methodist Church and the staff at St. John's Hospital for helping them through this difficult time.