He had been associated with the League for 49 years and was made a Life Member in 1984.
Ingram was honorary secretary of Dorking Football Club until 1960, when he accepted an invitation to become secretary of the old Corinthian League.
When that league was taken over by the Athenian League in 1963 Ingram declined the position of secretary of that league and instead accepted an offer to become honorary Assistant Secretary of the Isthmian League.
The following season he became Fixture Secretary and fulfilled that role until 1971, when he became the honorary Secretary and Treasurer, a joint position at the time. During his term of office the League expanded to two divisions and its membership increased from 20 clubs to 44.
In 1977 he was appointed Vice-Chairman and held that post until he retired in 1989.
Ingram was a London FA Council member for six years and was subsequently made an honorary Vice-President. He was elected Life President of Dorking FC in 1997.
As a mark of respect clubs will observe a one-minute silence and wear black armbands in all Saturday's Ryman League games.
Everybody at Soham would like to send their thoughts to Ingram’s family and friends.