Chevy Christine Ingebritson, 27, daughter, granddaughter, niece, sister, aunt, and friend to all, of Arvada, Colorado, formerly of Huntsville, MO, passed away Sunday, November 6, 2022 as a result of an automobile accident. She was born, July 6, 1995, in Moberly, MO to the union of Rob and Sam Ingebritson.
Chevy is survived by her parents Rob and Sam of Huntsville, MO, sister, Robynn Caples and her husband Lucas of Centralia, MO, brother Jake Ingebritson and his wife Allison of Huntsville, MO, her fiancé Cody Oldham of Arvada, Co, grandparents Connie Cockrum and Dean Linebaugh, Steve and Donna Ingebritson, and great grandma, Etta Ingebritson. Chevy was also survived by nephew Dominic Caples, and nieces Mallory and Maclaren Ingebritson, and Makenna Stufflebean, and many other relatives and close friends including cousin Dallas Stufflebean and best friend, Candice Baker and her husband Noah, and dog/son Ryder Micheal Ingebritson.
She was preceded in death by her grandfathers, James Richter Sr. and Virgil Cockrum.
Chevy was a 2013 salutatorian graduate from Westran High School. She was a dedicated student and participated in many extracurricular activities that she cherished dearly including choir, band, basketball, and golf. Chevy received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology from Missouri Western University where she was a proud member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. After graduation, Chevy served her community at Quest Diagnostics as an Imuno-Histo Chemist.
Chevy was a beautiful soul with many accomplishments throughout her short life. Chevy touched many people and left a mark on each and every person she met. She had an infectious laugh and smile that would light up a room. Chevy spread joy wherever she went. She was sarcastic and quick witted and would never let anyone tell her what to do. She was determined and driven to be happy and live life to the fullest. She was a wild spirit from the time she was born, including driving wild on her four wheeler or moving halfway across the country to Colorado. She met the love of her life Cody Oldham in Colorado where she was planning to get married in September of 2023. She loved her nieces and nephew more than anything in the world and was the best Aunt ever. Her dog Ryder was like a son to her.
If she wanted to do something, she was determined to make it happen. She had a way of rubbing off on you and keeping you accountable to happiness. She was kind and caring, understanding and such a good listener, but not afraid to call you out when you needed it. She was strong, independent, giving, and ornery.
She gave the best advice and the very best of hugs. Chevy was the very best of all of us and will be missed by many.
In lieu of flowers Memorial Donations to the Chevy Ingebritson Memorial Scholarship Fund c/o Central Bank, Moberly, Mo would be appreciated.
Words of comfort and support were shared with the family at Cater Funeral Home. Funeral services honoring Chevy’s life were held in the Cater Funeral Home Chapel. Committal prayer and burial followed at the Huntsville City Cemetery