Died: Sun., Apr. 4, 2021

Funeral Service


9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Sat., Apr. 17, 2021
Location: Stuart Mortuary Chapel

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Ar’Mon Marshall Wingo was born on August 25, 2000 to Tamara Mayes and James D. Wingo at Community East Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana.  Ar’Mon was blessed to have a  father/son relationship with Kevin C. Marshall Jr. (Stepfather); which placed him in a unique position in the black community of consuming the love of two strong black men. 


Ar’Mon attended Ben Davis High School where he played football and was on the wrestling team. He also played football for Dad’s Club at Watkins Park. Ar’Mon enjoyed discussing the sport of fishing and basketball with his dad, and he possessed a love for cars.  He had an appetite for food, and loved to cook, which led him to enroll in Culinary Art classes during high school.  Ar’Mon being the determined and talented person that he was became an accomplished self-taught Barber. Ar’Mon was born into a family of believers and gave his life to Christ at a young age, he was baptized under the leadership of Pastor Kenneth Sullivan at New Direction Christian Church of Indianapolis, Indiana.  Ar’Mon along with the rest of the Wingo clan enjoyed dressing to impress when given the chance to attend church. They would style and profile for pictures after service. This eagerly became a tradition on Easter Sunday!  Ar’Mon was very loving, caring, and committed to his friends, and family; and he prided himself on being available for other’s when they needed him. This was especially true when it came to his brother Carvoni and brother’s from another mother (Tyrone, and Shawn).  Nevertheless, of all his accomplishments, Ar’Mon was most proud of being a present, loving, and a nurturing father to his children.


Ar’Mon from a young age was wise beyond his years and had an old soul, and much of this was due to his loving and devoted relationship with his grandfather whom he so endearingly called “Pawpaw”, He and his paternal grandfather, ran errands, went fishing, and fixed cars together. Their classic bond lead to Ar’Mon learning how to accomplish many unusual lessons which included driving a car by the age of ten.  As he began to mature, he longed for those he loved to take notice and embrace his quest into a more positive and mature lifestyle. Ar’Mon called his parents and/or visited them daily, and when in disagreement with them, his response became softened and sheltered in humility. Ar’Mon had blossomed into manhood, these changes seemed to occur following the blessing of fatherhood to his two wonderful children A’Myraa and A’Vion.


Ar’Mon passed on Sunday, April 4, leaving an immeasurable impact on those who knew him. He was an awesome father, a beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, and a true friend who will be deeply missed.


Ar’Mon was preceded in death by his paternal uncles; Dale Gibson and Kenneth Wingo. Those left to cherish his loving memory are as follows: daughter, A’Myraa Temple; son, A’Vion (Marshall) Wingo and their mother, Tyra Temple, mother, Tamara Mayes; father, James D. Wingo; stepfather, Kevin C. Marshall; brother, Carvoni Marshall; stepsister, Kalaya Marshall; brother, James D. Wingo;.


His maternal family, grandmother, Virginia Robinson; uncle, Roy Horton (Alice); aunt, Mesina Mayes; uncle, James Mayes (Carla); paternal family, grandmother, Kathy Chaney; grandfather, James W. Wingo; aunts Monica Keller (Glen); Kendra Wingo; and Alexandria Edmondson; uncles, Dequin Chaney; Jamar Wingo (Jordan), and Kenyona Wingo; his step family, grandmother, Kimberly Marshall; grandfather, Kevin Marshall Sr.; Cortney Gadis (Latifha); Kevin Marshall (Monique); and Patrick Marshall. And a host of Aunts, Uncles, cousins, friends, and extended family.


Humbly Submitted………………….The Family


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The Compassionate Friends
   Posted Thu April 15, 2021
Dear Family:
We, the families of The Compassionate Friends, send you our heartfelt condolences on Ar’Mon’s passing.
The Compassionate Friends is an international grief support group for parents, grandparents and siblings who have suffered the heartbreaking loss of a child. Our only mission is to provide comfort, hope and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or daughter, brother or sister, or grandchild, and to help others better assist the grieving family.
We meet monthly on the first Tuesday at the First Baptist Church, 99 W. Main St, Greenwood, IN 46142 and on the third Thursday at the Epworth United Methodist, 6450 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46220.
If and when you are ready to do so, please join us for either, or both, meetings.
We Need Not Walk Alone. We are The Compassionate Friends.

The Compassionate Friends
Central Indiana Chapter
(317) 250-0351 (Jodie)

Kenyona wingo
   Posted Thu April 15, 2021
LONGLIVE AR’MON auntie will never 4 get u

Kevin Bass
   Posted Sat April 17, 2021
Pooh im so sorry 😞😢 Mr. Bass will always love you and Mooch I will never forget all the talks we had you were a very talented young man and im praying for your mother who was my best friend ❤🙏🏽♥continue to RIH pooh😪😪

Menyon Garcia
   Posted Tue April 20, 2021
Im so sorry for the whole family's loss.

Long Live Ar'mon Wingo

india and caleb (cee)
   Posted Sat April 24, 2021
Wingo you will be miss but now you got your big bro Caleb with you. Wingo please take of him like you did when I was always around. I Miss him so much. to wingo family he was a good man. im sorry for your lost

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