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99 September 17th, 2012 General Hospital’s Beloved John Ingle Has Passed Away!

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In very sad and heartbreaking news for soap fans, those of General Hospital and his family and colleagues, John Ingle (Edward Quartermaine) died this Saturday according to a Facebook post from his family!

The post read:  “John Houston Ingle  May 7, 1928 – September 16, 2012 – Father, Husband, Grandan, Great Grandan, Brother, Uncle, Friend, Teacher, Inspirer, Mentor: May You Soar with the Angels. You will forever hold a special place in the deepest corners of our hearts. You were joy, light and love. Goodness at its very best. For the rest of our days, we will all do our best to continue to make you proud. Rest in peace and continue to spread your generous spirit in the heavens above.  Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. With love forever, from:. your 5 – J. Ingle Belles and the family, friends and loved ones you leave behind.”

When Ingle made his final appearance last week on GH, the family also posted this heart-tugging message on September 10th about his health and how much it meant to him to be part of a GH taping one last time:  “As our Dad moves closer and closer to joining our Mom, I thought I would share a bit of much needed “happiness” for the Ingle clan. For those of you that have followed Dad as “Edward Quartermaine” on General Hospital for all these years, I wanted to let you know that Dad was able to return to the set on August 24th, for what will undoubtedly be his last performance on the show. His scene was small and he had very few words…. but his presence on the set was monumental. Beginning with a standing ovation by the entire cast and crew as we entered the set, to the line of people waiting to hug and wish him well, it was a day that he (and we) will remember forever. Several months ago, Dad had said that ” if he only had one more day on the set of General Hospital, he would feel like he had won”…. On that Friday, with the help of one of his caregivers (Anthony), a wheelchair van and 2 of his daughters, (myself and Chrissy), that goal was realized. Entering the set of GH was emotional for Dad and it was obvious why he has loved being there all these years. Chrissy and I joked and said it was the ONLY “Hospital” we have enjoyed visiting since January! Ha! The filming did not take that long and Dad did a good job.”

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“The cast and crew were patient and worked with Dad to get a scene that was meaningful. Standing there watching the monitor, we were struck by the reality that it was not Edward Quartermaine who was on the set….it was Dad surrounded by people who love and care about him. It was truly a wonderful afternoon. None of us know what tomorrow holds, but today we will hang onto the memory of August 24th and the love and support that was shown for our Dad. For anyone who might want to see the show, it is being aired tomorrow (September 11th), on ABC at 1:00 p.m. (PST). This is a new time slot for GH, for those of you who watch the show. The producers said it was September 11th, but then we heard that it may be a two-part episode. Might want to set your tivos for both days just to be sure. Last but not least,”Thank You” again to all of our family and friends for your love, prayers and support over these past few months. We truly CAN feel it:-)”

Ingle died at 84 and now will join is beloved wife, Grace Lynn who passed away back in February whom he was married to for 57 years.  Before getting into acting full-time, Ingle was a highly regarded acting teacher teach for three decades!

We will continue to bring you thoughts from the world of daytime as the day goes on Ingle’s passing.   Our thoughts and prayers are with Ingle’s family at this time.

Soap fans, please fee free to share your thoughts on John’s passing and his run as the amazing Edward Q. on GH here!

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  1. Claudia Kurzyna says:

    He was such a lovely man He will be remembered in my prayers. I am a long time fan of General Hospital. I have watched it since I was in high school in the late sixties.

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    Adria replied

    So sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Ingle (I will always know him as Edward). I loved Edward and Lila………..and enjoyed them on GH for many, many years. It makes me very sad that they are both gone now. My deepest sympathy to him family……………….

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  2. Jules says:

    A giant of a man in the world of acting, having been a professional one himself for many many decades, as well as offering his immense talent and knowledge in the form of teaching new crops of actors trying to hone the craft.

    I’ve only heard beautiful things about Mr. Ingle. May he rest in peace with his beloved wife.

    And for the show, we have so few Q’s as it is. This one really stings. Now they HAVE to bring back Alan!!!! We need a patriarch and Alan is the ONLY one that fits the bill! Do the right thing FV!!!

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  3. ricardo says:

    john ingle rest in peace my dear friend. we will all miss you john ingle as edward quartermaine. he was a wonderful actor and very caring person. please do not recast edward quartermaine.

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  4. Kristyl says:

    I can only cry at the moment. I loved him dearly. He was so kind and had a beautiful smile. He was like a dad in so many ways. Father to many of us out here in the world. Broken hearted, but glad he’s with the love of his life now. K

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  5. Trapper says:

    Very sad. He joins all of the other wonderful GH actors that have passed away over the years: John Beradino, Emily McLaughlin, Lucille Wall, Anna Lee and others. They were all a joy to watch.

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    Amy replied

    I remember them all, also. Great GH memories.

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  6. kim delmotte says:

    so sad to hear of his passing seen him on the show last week a great actor there will be only one edward quartermaine he will be missed my heart goes out to the family

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    Tali Smith replied

    John Ingle was the second Mr. Q – I couldn’t believe they recast when David Lewis passed, but Mr. Ingle took over the role immediately and never looked back. They both did a great job. Hope they DO NOT recast this time altho’ the Q family is running thin!

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    MBmomof3 replied

    Agreed. We fans were blessed with TWO great actors as Mr. Q. No recast please. I believe they tried to recast John Ingle with Jed Alan. A fine actor, but it didn’t work.

    RIP John Ingle and thanks for the memories.

    Please bring back Alan!

  7. mary says:

    Very sad news I send my sympathy to his family and all the folks at general hospital. Mr. Ingle was truly a class act. You will be missed.

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  8. Pinters says:

    sorry for your loss….Edward Q was a hoot!!! All that bickering back & forth. We loved it all. RIP

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  9. CTwildheart says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with John’s family and friends, I’m so sorry for your loss. God bless you all

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  10. pamela says:

    Rest in peace John Ingle. We will miss you playing Edward Quartermaine. Our thoughts and prayers to his family. I have been watching General Hospital since high school.

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  11. candy bigleman says:

    With much love and respect, thanks for all the yrs. Rest in Peace

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  12. Wanda says:

    I have enjoy John Ingle as Edward for so many years. He made me laugh and cry. You will be sorely missed. See you in Heaven.

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  13. Annie says:

    He holds a special place in my heart as the narrator of the children’s animated classic “The Land Before Time”. Wonderful actor who will be sorely missed. Condolences to his family and castmates.

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    MBmomof3 replied

    Mine too. My daughter was a fan of that movie series and I just loved hearing his voice.

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  14. SharonB says:

    He was a great actor and will be missed by all that truly knew him. His last scenes on General Hospital were brilliant and timeless. RIP John Ingle and your GH character Edward Quartermaine. Sympathy to his Family and Friends

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  15. annette.lee says:

    I loved John so much. He was Edward Quartermaine. He will be missed . I was so glad to get see him again on his last appearance On GH. May John rest in peace.

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  16. Patti says:

    I’m so saddened to hear the bad news – I cried the day that scene played. He was a GREAT Mr. Q. Mr. Ingle/Mr. Q now you may R.I.P. with your beloved wife of 57 years Grace Lynn & on screen Lila (Anna Lee).. <3… Thank you for the many great years of acting on GH as Mr. Q. You will be GREATLY missed on GH!!!!!

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  17. Patrick says:

    I’m so sorry. What a champion of a Man. He emanates a big heart.

    He beamed…. happiness.

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  18. Lynette Ryder says:

    I am so sorry to hear of John’s passing. I have been a fan of GH for a long time, and will miss seeing him. I don’t think anyone can replace him as Edward Quartermain. My prayers go out to the family he will be truley missed.

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  19. Marty says:

    I thought nobody could replace the first Edward Quartermaine (David Lewis), but then here came John Ingle. He made the role his own and was brilliant! RIP Mr. Ingle.

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  20. Amy says:

    John Ingle will always hold a special place in my heart. He was always nice to meet at the fan gatherings and took the time to speak to you. I will miss him.

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  21. C. Teetsel says:

    The world lost a gentle soul in John Ingle. In the last few years he brought a true sense of love & appreciation to Edward Quartermaine. You could see that he loved Jason & Michael, but in the wisdom of years, he’d learned to accept them & the lives they’d chosen to live but love them all the same. I’ve no doubt that kindness, unconditional love, & sense of family is something that John Ingle personified in life, & it came across in his performance. God Bless & rest in peace.

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  22. heidi says:

    So very sad!!! Just a few days after that sweet episode aired… had hoped it wasn’t the last we were going to see of John/Edward. He is a truly talented human being and from interviews a lovely man! My sympathies go out to his family and friends and all of his colleagues at GH. We will miss him terribly! Enjoy… John and thank you!!!

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  23. Christine says:

    (Crying). No celebrity death has had me in tears. John Ingle in his final days reminded me so much of my own dearly-departed Grandfather (complete with the hat). :-)

    What a wonderful legacy Mr. Ingle has had. What a beautiful sentiment and story from his family. No one should be sad. He is with the love of his life now. It must have been so hard for him the last several months without her, but they are together again and I am happy for him. He will be greatly missed on General Hospital. :-(

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  24. Christine says:

    I also wanted to add, in case some of you did not know:

    “Long before John Ingle stepped into the footlights, he was helping young people realize their acting aspirations as a teacher at Hollywood High School and at Beverly Hills High School. In fact, Mr. Ingle was the founder of the well-respected performing arts departments at both schools.

    After he graduated from Verdugo Hills High School — where he was Senior Class President — Mr. Ingle attended Occidental College to study theater and journalism. He graduated from Oxy in 1950 with a degree in theater arts and went on to get his teaching credential a year later. In 1955 he joined the faculty of Hollywood High and also began teaching at Los Angeles City College at night. Mr. Ingle moved to Beverly Hills High in 1964 where he taught performing arts courses for the next 21 years. During his high school teaching days, he also taught classes at UCLA for fifteen years. Among the more famous of his students are Albert Brooks, Nicolas Cage, Richard Dreyfuss, Joanna Gleason, Barbara Hershey, Swoosie Kurtz, Stefanie Powers, David Schwimmer and Jonathan Silverman. Mr. Ingle began his own acting career the same year he retired from teaching.”

    Mr. Ingle’s passing will truly be felt throughout Hollywood as he has touched so, so many lives.

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    Tali Smith replied

    Thanks for the info Christine – nice tribute to a wonderful man & actor!

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  25. Cat Storzum says:

    OMG! I just saw his last episode last week. What a character was Edward Quartermaine! When John first replaced Edward, I wasn’t sure I’d like him. But he grew to be a wonderful character. With his passing, it seems like I lost my father. He will be missed. My heart goes out to the Ingle family, AND to all the friends and fans of General Hospital. Rest in Peace, Mr. Q! Sincerely, Cat

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  26. Angela says:

    John Ingle was a terrific character actor. I enjoyed him on Days of Our Lives and General Hospital. It was amazing to learn of Mr. Ingle’s awesome career as an acting teacher and the lives he touched. We will always miss Edward Quartermain on GH. I am so glad the Frank Valentini and the GH family worked to have such a moving final scene for all of us. God Bless John Ingle and his incredible life and family – on and off screen.

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  27. heidi says:

    Michael you should put the interview up that Kimberly Mc did with him on her kimmeabreak site… it shows what family man he was and how much he loved acting and teaching.

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  28. Maria Padula-Larsen says:

    I am so very sorry to hear this, he was a great actor.

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  29. Michele G. says:

    So sorry to hear of John’s passing. I really enjoyed watching his character on GH. I have been watching the show since 1977, when I was in grammar school. He will truly be missed. I send out my deepest sympathies to his family & friends & may he rest in peace.

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  30. Jeffrey says:

    my last time I saw him was n hospital when Tracy gave antiodes to Drake’s daughter instead of Edward Quartermaine last week or 2 weeks. I will be miss him dearly, We(sob) will be miss you,old friend(I cried).
    RIP to John Ingle aka Edward Quartermaine

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  31. Bonnie says:

    When John first took over the role from the original Edward, David Lewis, I thought he is so different. But over the years John became the only Edward to me. His gruff exterior was coveing up the softie he was inside. He will sadly be missed.

    To get an idea of how wonderful he was check out Kimberly McCulloughs interview with him on UTube.

    Rest In Peace Mr. Ingle

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  32. Christy says:

    John Ingle portraying Edward Quartermaine was one of my favorite rascals on TV. He was ornery as all heck, but there was always that twinkle in his eyes, which was of course a bit of Mr. Ingle shining thru. I will miss them both dearly!

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  33. Diane says:

    I have been watching GH since my days in college(many years ago) and Edward has always been a pivitol character in all that is GH—John was Edward in every sense of the word–strong yet tender–with always a twinkle in his eye–he will be missed by all who love GH and him!!! May he know all the happiness and pleasure he has brought to so many people for all his years here on earth!

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  34. Teresa says:

    Such an amazing man and actor. He will be sorely missed. So thankful we got to see him one more time on GH. That was a very powerful scene. Condolences to the family.

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  35. Donna says:

    So sad to hear of the passing of John aka Edward Quartermaine…Though it was shocking to read I was not at all surprised…I saw John’s last show & could tell then that he was not very well…Now I know why GH did not let Edward pass from virus that plagued Port Charles….John will be so missed by all of us who live our lives with General Hospital…may he rest in peace…:(((((

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  36. Marji says:

    Rest in peace John Ingle. We will miss you and our beloved Edward Quartermaine. You were the heart and soul of General Hospital. Your legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of more people than you can possible imagine. A true legacy has been lost.

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  37. SZima says:

    A kind and caring man who will be missed!

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  38. Jen says:

    John Ingle will truly be missed by all the fans of GH. He seemed like a kind soul and a wonderful teacher. Just think of all the great actors who had the chance to learn from this master of his craft through the years. RIP John.

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  39. debbie hernandez says:

    am very sad to hear of his passing ive watched him for years and i loved his character he will be missed my thoughts and prayers are with his family and his gh family also rip john

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  40. Priscilla says:

    My deepest condolences to the family at home and the GH family. I saw his final episode. I had no idea this would be his final appearance. He will be missed.

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  41. Ida says:

    Thoughts and prayers to his family and the TV family i have been watching General Hospital ever since in came on TV. Edward will always be missed along with Lila. God Speed Edward with the angels now.

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  42. Grace says:

    I have tears in my eyes as I read the article. I am so profoundly saddened by his passing……. there are no words.

    May god bless John and may he rest in peace with his lovely wife Grace Lynn. My prayers are with his family, his friends, his GH family and all those who loved him!

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  43. Robert says:

    RIP Mr. Ingles!

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  44. Linda says:

    There can never be another Mr. Q. There are few actors that cannot possibly be replaced and Mr Ingle is one of those. I will miss him. I realize that Mr. Q was only part of the man Mr Ingle; and there are many venues in which he will be missed. The most by far by his family and close friends. Will keep you in prayer.

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  45. 1loveabcsoaps says:

    Tears……. ( Never cried for a REAL LIFE passing cast before) TEARS….

    This MAN will be MISSED, OMG will he be. The comediac tming, the love and protection of his family and great grand-children- You FELT it through the TV screen. He made you a BELIEVER.! The cast felt it, who worked opposite of him. His GH ” children” were also his beloved children.
    Listen, I LOVED the 1st Edward Quartermain, David Lewis (didnot like the 2nd) and then John (3rd) came in and I took a liking to him immediately. When he was out sick OR off over on Days (the althernate wasn’t as bad as the 2nd Edward, but now one could replace John BUT David (1st) because these TWO men were exceptional playing this part. Now I don’t know WHAT they will do. With ALL the changes in Daytime TV, and GH, I CAN’T IMAGINE having to ADAPT to not seeing John Ingle. People, I loved….. this man. If you wererfeeling Bad, watch John as Edward. If you’re feelong good, and what to get yyour laugh on, watch John as Edward. This character filled a void and his role was multi-dimentional ( Susan Lucci are you listening) .
    I hope they DONT kill off the character because the Quartermain family has about fallen apart. I do….. hope they do a show in his honor showing old clips, and maybe have Tracy dream he has died (which takes us to the old clips) and THAT be the days show, displaying his picture ‘ In Memory of ” at the very end. Then…. after a long search (and very little mention) a new Edward appears, and Tracy tells him, ” I have a dream you died. ” Of course the new Edward shouldn’t appear until around December or January, and mention of Edward (being alive) should only be spoken, SHORTLY beforehand. We need….. this character. Although, I HATE to see another Fantastic Edward Quartermain go.
    To John Ingles family: John was a star he on earth. Now, he is a shinning star wth the Greatest Superstar’s of ALL time (fortunate enough to be invited). You are BLESSED ot have the REELS of work and his many dimentions on camera. You are also blessed to have had him so long, and have such an amazing life with him,, especially as an educator. During your time of lost, know that myself, and soooooo many people are sharing the grief. What a blessing, he passed very peacefully, the way everyone wants to go. That maybe a testiment to HOW HE lived his LIFE.
    Tears…..
    May God be with the family during this time.

    Sincerely,
    1loveabcSOAPS~

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  46. Cindy says:

    A truly kind, humorous, gentle man so full of life. A pleasure to have met him several times and richer in life for it. Loved hearing him whistling in the halls of the GH studio with that joy for life just emitting from him. Heartfelt sympathy to his families both personal and GH. The world has lost an amazing gift and heaven has gained an angel. Will miss you so. May you and Grace be driving together once again in the yellow mazzeratti you so enjoyed. RIP

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  47. 1loveabcsoaps says:

    Barbara T…… (where are you)
    Heather……
    Etherl…….
    david…….
    Scott……
    Debi……
    Heidi…..

    Where are you/? What a devistationg blow. Been away and loged on today to talk to my ole friends, only to discover, I have lost one of my BEST soap friends, and Hero!
    I was already feeling kinda blue,, NOW, I am Devestated. : (

    Barbara, I’m surprised you haven posted already.

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  48. Kathleen says:

    My heartfelt sympathies go out to John’s family. It was wonderful to get to see John as Edward Quartermaine one last time on my screen. I cried during that episode. He was a wonderful actor as well as a wonderful man. God Bless!

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  49. Diana says:

    Mr. Ingle’s time on GH was nothing short of amazing. He was a gifted actor, and an integral part of GH. It will be sad to no longer see him as part of the GH family. I was touched by his final performance, especially after reading how it came to be. Thank you to the family for sharing that with his fans. What a beautiful gift to him, the cast/crew and the viewers that he was able to have that last performance, and in such a relevant storyline. Blessings to his family, including his GH family. He will be greatly missed.

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  50. Polly says:

    So sorry to hear of his passing. He was a wonderful actor & did an amazing job as Edward Quartemaine for years. May he rest in peace with his loving wife, and can say hello to his GH wife Anna Lee,.the lovely Lila Quartermaine. prayers to all his family & friends, he was a wonderful man!

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  51. julee says:

    Mr. Ingle will surely be missed…he was a father/grandfather to all of the GH fans. He is now reunited with the love of his life. hugs and prayers to his family and his GH family.

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  52. LeAnna Laine says:

    I am saddened beyond words. I loved the character of Edward Quartermaine. When I watched the episode the other day I knew somehow that it was his final episode. I had no idea he was sick or had been until I saw him and realized he was so frail.
    He will be missed and remembered always. So happy he is with his beloved wife again.n..

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  53. Patricia Mason says:

    My prayers are with the family he was a join he will be missed.

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  54. Gloria E says:

    I cried at “Edward Quartermaine’s” last scenes with “Tracy” & I could tell the emotions between John Ingle & Jane Elliot were real…I lost my dad on Sept 18th of 2004 & my condolences to John Ingle’s family..it’s such a loss when you are talking about an incredible human being like he was & like my dad was…I am so happy to learn the wonderful things about him I didn’t know…but there are certain people you can just look at them & even if they are acting a part you tell they are a great person…
    I bet the people on the set of GH certainly feel the loss also so my condolences to them as well ….a fan of GH for almost 50 years…

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  55. Robbyrob says:

    How can one become Edward Quartermaine after David Lewis so brilliantly started him off? John Ingle did that and more. His Edward made you annoyed one moment, shed a tear the other, and laugh hysterically in between. You can tell how much Mr. Ingle loved being on GH and how much the GH family loved him. Jason Thompson was very touching in his tweet that he wasn’t acting when Patrick gave Edward the thumbs up for saving Emma…those tears were real, as were mine.

    I want to thank Ingle for countless years devoted to not only teaching acting but showing how it can be done every day as Edward. He truly loved the show, his castmates and was truly a family man. Thank you to Frank & Ron for bringing Edward(and John) back for an episode that truly was a tribute to both the actor and his iconic character. We will miss you.

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  56. debi says:

    i,m so sorry may god be with his family and lift them up in prayer he will be missed

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  57. Sandy says:

    Have watched General Hospital since I was a teenager.Now 66 and still watching.My prayers are with Mr. Ingles family.He was great as Edward and will be missed by all.

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  58. Debbie McClendon says:

    So sorry to hear of his passing. I remember his scene on GH just this month and thinking how nice it was to see him. I feel he may have missed his wife terriably. He is at peace now, and my prayers go out to his family and his friends at the GH family. This has been a sad year of losses. He will be very much missed!

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  59. Ces says:

    This makes me so sad. I’m glad he got to do one more show and I’m sure everyone on the set was more than happy to patiently wait as he finished his scene. I remember when he came on GH to replace David Lewis and he just took over the role and made Edward his own. Sad day.
    RIP Mr. Ingle and condolensces to his family.

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  60. Mary Fergen says:

    Such sad news! I’m teary as I write this. So glad that John Ingle got his wish and had one more appearance on the show that he loved so much! Rest in peace, sir, you will be greatly missed……

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  61. Elizabeth Owens says:

    God bless,John Ingle(Mr. Q)

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  62. susan M. says:

    That is so sad….He will be dearly missed……………………..

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  63. Linda says:

    May God bless Mr. Ingle and welcome him home.

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  64. PAM says:

    I have been a GH fan since I was a little girl and used to watch it with my mom when Phil and Jessie Brewer were the main characters…and for years I have watched John Ingle portray Edward with so much zest and passion…his last episode was so heart felt!! I will pray for peace and healing for his family and for his GH family!!! May you rest in peace John (Edward) We will all miss you!

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  65. matthew borlenghi says:

    John- Thank you for nurturing my talent when you were my drama teacher in high school. I will always remember love for you. You ARE the light. MB

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  66. Lisa says:

    I cried when I saw his last scene on GH–it was so sad and touching. I’m crying now of this very sad news. My heartfelt condolences to his family and to the GH family. You just couldn’t help but love him as Edward Q. He’s now reunited with the love of this life; may he rest in peace.

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  67. Nikki says:

    I knew that he had been ill and I had hoped he would recover and be able to light up the set of GH once again. :( I had no idea how truely sick he is but I am grateful and in awe of the amazing last scenes we, the viewers, got to enjoy of him. Edward’s moment with Patrick and Emma brought my mom and I both to tears and I appreciate his and his daughters’ sacrafice and dedication to make that happen, as well as the GH crew. His family and friends will be in my mind as they mourn the passing of this talent and amazing man, I know I will be. :( I hope GH does not try to recast because despite not originating the role, John Ingle will always be Edward Quartermaine to me.

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  68. Kath says:

    Job well done .. touched so many hearts .. so often.
    Godspeed John Ingle.

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  69. MJ says:

    Thank you Mr. Ingles. Just thank you.

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  70. Sandy Rigali says:

    I have enjoyed watching Edward Quartermaine for many years. His final curtain call was special as he gave his thumbs up to save Emma….a nice way to leave his fans. May he rest in peace.

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  71. Wendy Riche says:

    John Ingle was an inspiration to all of us who had the honor of working with him.
    He will always be in my heart.
    I wish him a safe journey and thank him for the bounty of love and grace he bestowed upon us.
    Although it’s a sad day, everyday with John was joyful
    and I am very grateful for being a small part of his life.

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    1loveabcsoaps replied

    Your a CLASS act. Always have been.

    1loveabcSOAPS~

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  72. lew s says:

    Such a loss. He will be greatly missed.

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  73. PAUL WILLIAMS says:

    So very sad to hear about the passing of John Ingle! Not only has daytime lost a treasure, but so has “GH” itself! But what a reunion it’ll be in nheaven when he joins John Beradino, Emily McLaughlin, Anna Lee, and the original Edward, David Lewis! I ask 2 things of the GH folks: To do a very special tribute to Mr. Ingle, and please DO NOT recast this role!!!!!! RIP, John, and thank you for always giving your best, because you were the best!!!!!!

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  74. Nita says:

    Im so happy that i was watching the day of his last day on GH> I felt sad watching his last scene it felt so real and now it has become a reality.
    He will be missed by all his fans peace to his family and his friends at GH.

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  75. Kathryn Stout says:

    I love and will miss that kindly face. He had so much class. We GH fans have had the pleasure of him for so many years. He seems like family to me. I wish only healing for you his family. How lucky for you to be his real family. May John rest in peace with his wife. May God bless.

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  76. Donnalynn says:

    RTP I will miss you and the good times I had watching you on General Hospital
    say Hello to my mon (Gladys) she never missed a GH day
    John/Edward

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  77. Phyllis Pequignot says:

    My thoughts n prayers to all his family,including his GH family.he will be missed very much..R.I.P. <3<3<3

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  78. Dior says:

    I was shocked to here about the passing of John (Edward). I have been watching GH since I was in the 4th grade. He is now with his loving wife both on and off the screen. His last performance was just beautiful and peaceful.

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  79. Rebecca Castro says:

    You are the funniest, wise, most loved man on General Hospital. I know I look forward to your scenes. You will be missed as you begin your jurney with the angels. May God keep and watch over you, your family, colleagues, friends and fans. You will be missed.

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  80. Terri says:

    Mr ingle will inded be missed. I was so fortuneate to meet him in person an chat for a moment, several years ago at a soap event. He was a true gentleman and will be missed.

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  81. aria says:

    Its so sad, hope his family knows he was very much love by fans, We will miss you John Ingle, may you rest in peace, I’m happy you will be with the love of your life, your wife.

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  82. Doe says:

    John Ingle was the embodiment of Edward Quatermaine. He had that role down pat! He could have been a member of anyones family. It wa so nice to see his final scenes that gave him a good send-off. He will always be missed. Thank you John for wanting to do those final scenes. May you rest in peace***…..

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  83. Loretta Justice Jamar says:

    Our family is very upset about this.. John Ingle was the grandpa we would all love… he reminded me of my grandpa… we love him and will miss him so much. RIP John Ingle ♥

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  84. Troy Turner says:

    As a wheelchair-bound male who receives home-health care-it does my heart good to see that Mr Ingle’s loved ones and caregivers cared enough to make this last wish happen. For some of you on this thread, I’m shocked at what I’m reading. While we ALL want GH to do right by EQ, now isn’t the time to ask for that. I’ve always known that soap casts were microcosms of a family unit, and what occurred on the GH set just proved that theory correct. But, now the family of GH is grieving, and that needs to be respected. The show WILL go on, and I am POSITIVE that John’s passing will be respectfully represented-they wouldn’t have gone to all this trouble if cast and crew didn’t respect him in the first place. As for future Q plans-all that will happen in due time.

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  85. Jackie says:

    R.I.P. Mr. Ingle. You will be missed by millions of GH fans. <3

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  86. Georgeanna says:

    What a great man Mr Ingle was. He rememinded me of my grandfather, a wonderful and careing man. He was a husband,father ,a grandfather, and a friend to everyone on the GH.
    I have been watching GH forever. When Lila died it was very sad, now they will be together too.
    R.I.P. Edward Quartermaine you will be surely missed…

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  87. mitch edwards says:

    edward quartermaine was a major staple to the show and no disrespect to any of the others that played him he was my favorite! he had a kind and gentle soul that came across on screen even when he was being a villian ,,he still had that presecnce about him! he seemed to be the real deal and he left a void that will never be filled! rip jhon engle!

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  88. Lisa Weiner says:

    I was shocked by the passing of actor John Ingles, he did an excellent job playing the role of Edward Quartermaine on General Hospital. He was very talented and I will miss watching him on tv’s General Hospital. Lisa Weiner

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  89. cindy milano says:

    I loved John Ingle’s and his Edward Quartermaine. I have watched General Hospital for 49 years, since I was 6 years old. That show is like family to me. I especially loved the holiday episodes. The Thanksgiving one comes to mind when Edward would sing, We Gather Together (I have an episode on my DVR). This scene is moving to me. I will really miss him now. His last scene was great. I hope the show honors him in some way. Thank you John for all the great years!

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  90. patricia rhodes says:

    I AM SO VERY SORRY TO HEAR THAT EDWARD HAS PAST AWAY.ME AND MY FAMILY HAS WATCH GH FOR MOST OF MY LIFE,AND STILL WATCHES IT TO THIS DAY.HE IS GOING TO BE VERY MISSED BY EVERYONE THAT KNOW HIM.R.I.P.

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  91. josie says:

    The world has lost a legend. Thanks to his children for sharing your dad to the world all these years. He will be missed.

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  92. Kate Lewis says:

    I had always admire John’s work in many shows and movies he was in. I always consider him like one of the grandpa’s to me giving me a whole lot of advice and love through watching him play a grandpa on GH where at times he was a tough cookie with cursing etc. and then he was a gentle as a Teddy Bear who loved and cared for everyone around him. I always wanted to meet John as well as many others on GH and most of the ones I wanted to meet have either died in re-life or were killed off on the show or both–Or they were suddenly replaced with someone else playing them. John I. Will always be remembered as a good person, a loving actor and a family member to everyone including those who he had worked with for many years. I would always enjoy watching more and more the classic re-runs of GH and other shows with him so, I’ll never forget such a wonderful man with a great smile too. I love you John –Rest in Peace
    You will always be loved by this number one GH fan, A fan with a heart disease and just wants to show love to others who lose loving people who don’t deserve to die when we all deserve to live a whole lot longer than expected for. God Bless You John’s family. Kate Lewis Its too late to hug John but, I hope its not too late to hug others in his life in his family or from his soap opera t.v. show family called General Hospital. I love you John may God and his Angels watch out for you and watch over you for life & may you watch out for me and watch over me. I still need my all time favorite actor there for me.

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