Joseph Ingenluyff |

Joseph Ingenluyff

Funeral services will take place Friday for Joseph Robert Ingenluyff of Stateline, Nev., who died Nov. 24 near Pleasanton, Calif. Services will begin at 10 a.m. at Walton’s Sierra Chapel, 875 W. Second St., Reno, Nev. Following the services, Joseph will be laid to rest at Mountain View Cemetery at 435 Stoker Ave. in Reno.

Joseph was born Jan. 23, 1984, in Yokosuka, Japan. He loved to spend time with his family and was especially fond of the memories they shared when they lived in Hawaii. Joseph loved going to his family reunions and his job working in the warehouse at Lakeside Inn & Casino. He loved to spend time with his friends playing basketball, volleyball, softball, bowling, capture the flag and having fun at Altitude on Thursday nights.

A memorial was held Nov. 28 with many of Joseph’s friends, who shared such beautiful memories of him. He was so full of life and touched so many lives, it truly warmed the heart of everyone to hear all the wonderful memories everyone had of him. Words cannot express the joy Joseph brought to the lives of his family and friends, and his passing has left a void that can never be filled. Great solace is taken in knowing that Joseph’s spirit will always live on and he will be forever remembered. He was loved very much by those who knew him.

Joseph is survived by his parents, Michael Sr. and Laura Ingenluyff; brothers, Michael Jr. and Sean; sister, Sarah; grandparents, Harry and Ine Ingenluyff, Patricia and Don Nolan and Darwin Busick; uncles, Robert Ingenluyff and Gregory Busick; aunts, Susan Ingenluyff, Kelly Busick and Colleen Pogue; and numerous great uncles, great aunts, cousins and friends who miss him dearly.

Friends are invited to leave a message in the guestbook at Arrangements entrusted to Walton’s Chapel of the Valley in Carson City, Nev.