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Robert Thaddeus “Bobby” Ingersoll passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 at the age of 26. He was born on October 19th, 1994, in Beverly, Massachusetts, and grew up in Danvers.
Bobby is survived by his mother, Valerie Mroz, his sister, Amanda Ingersoll, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and a great many friends. He is predeceased by his father, Robert “Bob” Ingersoll, his maternal grandparents, Colette and Thaddeus “Ted” Mroz, and his paternal grandparents Margaret “Rita” and James “Jim” Ingersoll.
In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing and golfing with his friends and generally loved being outdoors. An avid sports fan, he rooted fiercely for the New England Patriots and played fantasy football every year. In addition to being a fan, he played soccer, baseball, and football growing up before finding wrestling in high school. He also enjoyed video games and could often be heard across the house laughing and yelling with his friends as they played late into the night.
To those that had the pleasure of knowing him, Bobby was a kind and caring soul, wishing to do anything for the people around him. Some may have thought him quiet, someone with not much to say, but if he was comfortable with you he had no problem spilling what was on his mind. He was always ready with a quip and had jokes for days. His smile lit up the room and his laughter filled it with warmth. A dreamer with big plans, he had his head in the clouds but always made sure his feet were on the ground. He confronted the world head-on and walked tall in the face of it.
Still, beneath that brave face, he was fighting his own mind and battling addiction. It’s a brutal, vicious disease that doesn’t discriminate. Over and over he tried to get his life together and overcome his demons. He wanted to live and didn’t give up. Despite his valiant efforts, Bobby lost his battle.
Services will be private with a celebration of life to be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to To Write Love on Her Arms, a charity dedicated to the fight against mental illness and addiction. https://twloha.com/donate/
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