ABOUT TOWN: Stoughton Mourns Death of Young Veteran
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Ingemanson was the member of the Stoughton VFW Color Guard who carried the American flag at the Memorial Day, Veterans Day and July 4th parades. He passed away after a tragic fall at home.
"T.J.", a disabled Iraq War Veteran, died accidentally on Nov. 9 at the age of 32. T.J. is survived by his son Corey, his father Ted, his brother Robert and sister Catherine. He was predeceased by his mother, Paula Mulkay-Ingemanson and grandparents, Joan and Joe Mulkay.
He was a longtime highly decorated, extremely proud Army Reservist. He loved his military career and took great pride in his service in Iraq and Gitmo and also in the relief efforts during Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf.
T.J. was a longtime Home Depot Assistant Store Manager and cherished every friendship that he made during his tenure. He was also an avid Harley Davidson rider.
The funeral service will be held Monday evening (Nov. 14) at 7:30 at the Farley Funeral Home, 358 Park Street on Route 27 in Stoughton.
In lieu of flowers, donations in T.J.'s memory may be sent to Rose Coronella, 743 Park St., Stoughton, MA 02072 to be used for the benefit of his son, Corey.