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In Memory of Jason Ingli

Gathering of Family and Friends

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Thursday October 21, 2021
O'Connell Family Funeral Home
520 11th Street South
Hudson WI, 54016

Jason Edward Ingli, age 42 of Roberts WI passed away on October 16th, 2021, at United Hospital in St Paul MN with Sarah at his side.  Jason was born May 14, 1979, to Jerry and Linda (Wallin) Ingli. Graduating for Mounds View High School in 1998, where he played football and made many memories and friends for a lifetime.

On September 2nd, 2006, Jason united in marriage to Sarah Carlson, and together they were blessed with three amazing children Amelia Jane, Sophia Ellen, and Henry Edward William.  His family was his everything.  Watching and teaching the kids how to walk to most recently his oldest how to drive.  He was there for every moment and was the strong one when they would get sick. Spending as much time with Sarah and the kids as he could, they really were his whole world. Many family trips that took them to Florida all the way to Duluth and everything in between. Always taking the scenic route.  

There are not many that can say they loved their job, but Jason was one of the lucky ones.  Working at UPS in Minneapolis since 1998, Jason worked hard to achieve the title of Driver and spent many years doing just that. Even through the ups and downs he was able to make UPS his second home and fostered many deep and meaningful connections that created a family.

Jason’s height could be off putting but deep down he was a gentle kind sweet person.  With many referring to him as a Big ol’ teddy bear.  He has many hobbies but the one that he looked forward to the most was his annual hunting week with the guys.    He might not have been the best shot, but he made the whole experience better.  His favorite thing to do was changing the channel on the tv to something no one liked then getting up and leaving the room, so everyone left were stuck watching what he had put on.  The guide was his go to.  His laugh and smile were contagious, Jason was always known to be the butt of any joke and was ok with it.  He was laid back and easy-going attitude made his very easy to love.  

Jason will remain in the hearts of his wife Sarah, children Amelia, Sophia, Henry.  His mother Linda Wallin, Father Jerry (Patti) Ingli, siblings Mark (Amber) Ingli, Mary (Terry) Powers His mother-in-law Patty Carlson, Sister-in-Law Jessica (Jack) Dahlen.  He was welcomed in loving arms by His Father-in-law Kevin Carlson, Grandparents in law Bob and Donna Carlson among many other loved ones that were gone too soon.

To say he will be missed just doesn’t feel adequate of a word, he has left holes in many lives that will never be filled. 

A gathering of Family and Friends will be held from 5 pm to 8 pm on Thursday October 21st at the O’Connell Funeral home in Hudson WI.

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    • I first met Jason sorting at UPS. He was a great guy to work with. He loved his family. He was very easy to work with. I’m going to miss his jokes, his laugh, everything actually. He made it easy to come in to work everyday. I felt like I could talk to him about anything. I’m going to miss you Jason. Work won’t be the same. I’m blessed to have work with him. Sending prayers to the wife and kids. I’m sorry for your loss.

    • I am so sorry for this great loss. I only met him a few times, but liked him right away. You could tell he was a family guy and loved his children. Sending prayers and big hugs to all of you!

    • Great man! Always talked about his family and how important they were! He was also one of the first drivers to talk to me when I started at UPS. He is and always will be a brother to the entire UPS family!!

    • When I met Jason for the first time, he was so warm and kind, and I felt comfortable around him immediately. He was tender-hearted and goofy, and made it obvious that his family was the center of his life. I wish I had been able to know him better. Jason, you will be missed dearly ❤️