A celebration of life service was held July 13 at the Zion Baptist Church, Jersey City, for Aladine Q. Ingram, 31, of Jersey City. He passed away July 4 at the Jersey City Medical Center.He was born to Eva Ingram and the late Norman Cohen. He was educated in the Jersey City public school system. Aladine was an extremely gifted child and he chose to exercise his many gifts. He loved his family and friends unconditionally and held them close to his heart, this love was evident in the ways he encouraged his family to share private time. Aladine was always available to assist anyone in need, whether it was donating his time or money. As young as he was his friends looked up to him for guidance. Aladine believed in demonstrating love no matter who you were. He leaves to cherish his memory his mother, Eva Ingram; one son Aladine Hicks; grandfather Green Ingram, Grenada, MS; two sisters Keisha and Cookie; three brothers, Arelius, Compton and Carlson; three nieces, T’naisa, Zyonah and Dior; six nephews, Arelius jr., Kreyvon, Carlson Jr. Shawn, Jaquez, Damion; seven aunts, Rosie Boyd (howard) Gwenda ingram, of Westpoint, MS (Mae), Bettie Lewis (Charlie), Johnnie Ruth Connerly, Elder Henry Ingram (Pearlie Mae), Billy Jean Ingram, all of Grenada, Ms. Lilly Mae Jones (Junior), Chicago, IL, Estelle Johnson, JC , Evelyn Ingram; two special cousins, Ana Feliu (Michael), Ashley Ingram all of Woodbridge; and his godmother, Georgia C. Jersey City, and a host of relatives and friends. Services arranged by the Funeraria

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