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Ingrid Wolter

INGRID M. WOLTER (nee Peterson) age 75, beloved wife for 54 years of Lyn; loving mother of Brad (wife Ellen), Tracey Wolter, and Kierston Huffnagle (husband Kirk); devoted grandmother of Gabrielle and Tyler Parsson; cherished daughter of the late Carl Peterson and Frances Perryman; dearest sister of Paul DuFour (wife Janine), Michael DuFour (wife Karen), Richard Parrish and the late Noel Parrish; dear aunt and great-aunt of many.

Ingrid was born on December 8, 1941 in Norfolk, Virginia and passed away on November 27, 2017. She was a resident of Mentor for 3 years, formerly residing in Novelty. Ingrid was the owner/operator of a printing computer security business. She also worked for Lowes Greenhouse and the Woman Wellness Center. Ingrid loved golf, writing, painting and an avid reader. She was artistic, loved to cook and shop. Ingrid will be remembered most as an outgoing, social, and very caring woman who was an excellent cook. She was positive, funny, witty and will be dearly missed.

Contributions may be made in memory of Ingrid to Women Safe (

Cremation by DeJohn Crematory. Celebration of Life Service Monday December 4, 2017 at 10 AM at THE FUNERAL HOME. Burial following at Riverview Cemetery. Family will receive friends to pay tribute to and celebrate the life of Ingrid at THE DeJOHN FUNERAL HOME & CELEBRATIONS CENTER OF CHESTERLAND 12811 CHILLICOTHE ROAD (Rt. 306, just south of Mayfield Rd.)  SUNDAY 3-7 PM.


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  1. We were devastated to hear of Ingrid’s passing. We spent a lot of time together here in Texas. We ran across the golf course to each other’s houses. We will miss her so much. She and Lyn had become part of out Texas family.
    She loved all her family so much and I feel like I know you all a bit from her talking about you.

    • Gabby Parsson :


      Thank you so much for this. I have been thinking a lot about you and my Nana these past couple of days and how she loved you and ‘the girls’ so much.

  2. To the family of Ingrid Wolter –
    Ingrid was my dear friend and neighbor and I will miss her.

  3. Deanna Malvicino :

    We are so sorry about Ingrid’s passing away. She was such a beautiful person! She had the biggest heart & was loved by so many! She will be missed dearly. Will be thinking & praying for her family, especially Lyn. Love you all ,Doug, DeeDee, Breanna & Michael.

  4. Hi Kierston,
    So sorry to hear about your mom. My prayers are with you and your family. Please be strong at this time of loss.
    Sincerely, Sabrina/Sterling

  5. Brenda Patacca :

    My deepest condolences to all of you. God bless. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  6. I’m so very sorry about Ingrid she was my sister in-law I will truly miss her not forgotten always in my ❤

  7. Ingrid is my first cousin, only one year older than myself .
    We grew up together. I have so many wonderful memories or our time together . One special memory Is spending our summers at our grandparents cabin in the Valley Of Enchantment, near Crestline, California.
    My heart goes out to Lynn and their children .
    I know how much it hurts to lose someone you love. The only thing that I can really say is that Ingrid is not in
    Pain anymore.
    We will all be together again someday .

  8. Kristine Thut :

    What a complete shock to hear about Ingrid’s passing. She was one of my bridesmaids at my wedding, business partner, and friend. We would not see each other for years, and then out of the blue – we would catch up as if the years were minutes. She was that way. A bright spirit and personality that I was privileged to know. Be at peace my friend.

  9. To Lyn:
    I am so sorry for your loss. As your golf partner for several years, I remember you speaking of Ingrid many times. She was a positive influence in your life and an anchor to you when you needed it. Again, I am so sorry,

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