I remember Richard from his days in Denver Colorado. He was a fine looking young man.
Johnetta Tave - Denver, Colorado
I meet Richard in 1951 at Manual High school,and we remained freinds all our life. Be at peace Richard Railroad ross
you will be misseed.
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY OF RICHARD ROSS. I WILL TRULY MISS RICHARD. FOR YEARS RICHARD WOULD ALWAYS SEE ME AND TEASE ME ABOUT HOW I ALMOST RAN HIM OVER WITH MY VAN WHEN I LIVED IN THE MEADOWVIEW AREA BY HIM. WELL NOW ITS YOUR TURN TO SHINE IN THE LIGHT OF GODS EYES! REST IN PEACE RICHARD! I WILL MISS YOU!!! SAY HELLO TO MOM AND DAD FOR ME AS I KNOW THEY ARE GLAD TO SEE YOU!
To the Family of Richard (Railroad)Ross,growing you Railroad was a good friend of my uncle, Ralph Johnson. I have fond memories of the stories the you to tell us on my granmother's porch.With every story there was a meaning.I will always remember his smile. May God Bless the Family and Friends.
My Deepest Sympathy to the Family
sorry for your lost.my sympathy to the family
Good people never die, they live for every in our hearts. Much love from your friend Michelle
Richard (railroad) Ross was a man of honor in it's highest degree he not only met my father at American States Elks lodge at the five point,s in Denver Colorado they also played pool at Bennie Hoopers pool hall , ate at Pierre's Supper Club,watched Flip Wilson at the Rossonion Hotel.They also attended meetings at the Porters and waiters club.They also knew the same people at the american Legion,The KC Lounge, and Cloud Nine and Ready Room 1 and the Jet Set on Colorado Blvd and they both as I did ate pig ear sandwiches on the five Points in Denver Colorado.To his family you have my heartfelt condolence I like you Loved him as if he was my own father and I thank God for Blessing me to have known him.He was a True Elk and a Distinguished Gentleman & Statesman
Old Truckers never Die they just get a peter built>
OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE
THEY JUST FADE AWAY RIP
YOU ARE NOW A CITIZEN OF HEAVEN
YOU EARNED YOUR 14K GOLDEN WINGS