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Follow live updates here. Ingham is survived by his children, Lyn, Debbie, Robby, and John; 10 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. “He tends to be: ‘If you think it’s a good idea then do it’," said Robby, who barred the chicken business, preferring to spend most of his working career in fashion. Bob Ingham, along with his brother Jack, built the Ingham's company into the largest producer of chickens and turkeys in Australia. The Australian Racing Museum and Hall of Fame is dedicated to telling the stories of thoroughbred racing in Australia and preserving the rich history of the “Sport of Kings”.
Funeral services will be by invitation only due to COVID-19. “But most business lessons are learnt when you make the mistake.
“Geoff [Morgan] and I have a unique combination of skills.”, “It’s like a marriage … if you take away what a partner gives … you can’t conquer the world.”.
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On selling the business to private equity firm TPG for $880 million in 2013, Ingham retained the house in which he and his late wife Norma (who died in 2010) raised their four children.