Many of the people who attended Army Sgt. Matthew Ingram's funeral knew him as the soldier. However, to his mother he will always be her little boy.
"I cuddled him and went to him when he was sick. Remember him when he was praying," said Patricia Ingram.
When one has a loved one in the military, injury or death is always at the back of the mind. Holly Ingram she knew immediately something was wrong.
"When they came knocking on my door I knew what it was," said Holly Ingram.
Iit;s Ingram's own ten month old daughter Cloe who his wife believes will carry on his memory.
"He wasn't afraid to die. He is in a better place. All I can do is honor him and raise our daughter right," said his wife.
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