“Mr. Ross istalled a furnace and baseboard heat in our home when I was a youngster. As this required his being everywhere in the house, he encountered us girls everywhere. We enjoyed him tremendously. I recall when the work was complete, I didn't want him to go. I cherish fond memories as this. I am proud he chose me as his little helper.
“I became aquainted with Mr. Ross in 2011 while visiting my father at Marshall Healthcare. Dad & "Red" had worked together years ago on the Cutler Naval Base. We saw each other often at the nursing home, & always chatted for a bit. He was a sweet, kind man, devoted to his wife. I was very sorry to hear about his cancer. I pray for comfort for all his family.
“Your Dad always had a smile and very interesting to talk to ... will miss him.
praying for the family,
“We were sorry to hear of your loss. When we'd go to Nana Denbow's to visit, one of the highlights was to ride the 4 wheeler up to the "house on the mountain" to see what new things had been added. Bernard was a special man with many talents. He will be missed.
Catherine Hauser Mahar
“Julian and family, our deepest sympathy.
Karen and Wendell White
“Dear Julian, Sandra and Barbara,
Sorry to hear of your loss. I could not ask for a better neighbor. He was a solid pillar of the town and it's history.
Sorry to hear of Reds passing spoke with him last summer at Public Masonic Supper. I worked with him at Cutler a very nice gentleman ,Bruce and Cora Parkinson, Green Cove Springs. Fl.
“To Bernards family. We are so sorry to learn of Bernard's passing. He was a good friend and a real history buff. We enjoyed his stories about Lubec in the good old days. We will miss him.
“You have my condolences. I always enjoyed his company and his stories.
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LUBEC - Bernard Merrill Ross, beloved father, passed away Jan. 27 in Lubec. He was born Jan. 21, 1924, to the late Robert and Emma (Denbow) Ross. He graduated from Lubec High School in 1943. He grew up on his father's farm in West Lubec beside Spruce's Pond. Bernard proudly served his country in...Read More