Emanuel Esque Martini Ingram Sr. 32 of Cambridge, Maryland, formerly of Millsboro, Delaware entered into peaceful rest on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at University of Maryland Shore Medical Center @ Easton. He was born November 26, 1986 to Emanuel and Teresa Hodge at Milford Memorial Hospital in Milford, DE.\n \n\n Emanuel was educated in the Indian River School District. In his “winddown” time he enjoyed participating in online gaming and riding four-wheelers with his buddies. He was known by many names: “Two” by his father; “Boosi” by his fiancé, and “Mannie”, “Q’E”, “Q”, and “Puddin” by other family members and friends.\n \n\n Q was currently employed at Katie Mae’s Restaurant in Cambridge as a chef. Cooking was his passion and he loved creating his masterpieces. The compliments he received motivated him to find bigger and better ways to present his scrumptious creations. Q loved his family, and his family and friends loved him. His children were his world and the center of his heart. His fiancé was the apple of his eye. Q was a genuine jokester. He could tell you a story that would be so believable. You couldn’t help but laugh when you found out at the at end that it was just something he made up. Often, he would make the story up as he was telling it.\n \n\n Emanuel is preceded in death by his sister Va’Lisa, paternal great grandparents: Genora and McKinley Hodge; paternal grandparents: Betty Showell and Fredrick Lawrence; maternal grandparents: Violitus and Juanita Ingram, and his nephew Quron Preston.\n \n\n In addition to his parents, Emanuel leaves to cherish his memories a dedicated and devoted fiancé Tashina Fowler who was the love of his life; 2 daughters: Emajah Ingram and R’Myia Rosado; his son, Emanuel “Quron” Ingram; a brother, Steven (Tomeise) Harris ; his sister, Quayshetta (Rozelle) Hopkins; 2 uncles: Michael Matthews, Freddy Jr; 7 aunts: Duralene Preston, Bonita Williams, Bethenia (Rudy) Drummond, Voletta Ingram, Vannessa Ingram, Sabrina (Donald) Isler, and Valeria Marshall; special brother-cousins: Jeffrey “Jay” Taylor Jr, Carlos “CJ” Hammond, Xavier ”KJ” Waters; 1st nephew, Dwayne “ Peanut” DaShiell; special brother- friends: K. Deshaun ”Jitty” Dixon, Brian “B-More” Gardner; his nephews: Christopher, Jawan, MyTez, Myrion, and Steven Jr; a niece, Tamia; a great niece, A’Lonna; and a host of cousins, other relatives, and friends who loved him dearly.