Justin’s biggest inspiration in life was his father, Brad. Justin always wanted to be like him, and as he grew older, Justin worked hard to become the kind of man that would make Brad proud. After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007, Justin worked for his father’s real estate development firm (Ingerman). The icon to the left is a link to the Ingerman website. Justin believed deeply in the firm’s primary focus, which is to develop outstanding rental communities for low and moderate-income people.
Through the use of social media, people all over the world can now connect more easily than ever and create groups about particular people or areas of interest. The icon to the left links to the Justin Michael Ingerman Memorial Page on Facebook, which was created in his memory for all to share and reminisce about Justin’s life.
After Justin’s passing in 2009, his parents and sister (Brad, Laurie, and Danielle) created a scholarship fund through Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. The scholarship is for new law students who exhibit characteristics and qualities similar to ones that Justin possessed. Scholarship recipients are selected by a committee that includes Brad, Laurie, and Danielle should they meet the criteria for candidacy. The Temple icon is a link to the Justin Michael Ingerman Scholarship page on Temple University’s website.
The endowed chair program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has been an essential part of their ability to attract and retain the most talented physicians and researchers from across the country. In 2014, Brad, Laurie and Danielle generously made a contribution and created a long-term relationship with CHOP through the creation of the Justin Michael Ingerman Endowed Chair in Palliative Care