Ronald E. Ross
1941 - 2020
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Ronald E. Ross

Chillicothe - Ronald E. Ross, 78, of Chillicothe, passed away at 12:57 p.m. Monday, November, 9, 2020 at Adena Regional Medical Center.

He was born December 14, 1941, in Columbus, OH to Mary Brown.

Surviving are children, Roni Lynn (Bob) McFerren, Warren (Jodie) Jordan, Lori (Toni) Jordan, Rhonda (Bill) Lott, Jodi (Brian) Bowen, and Jawnie (Armando) DiBernardo; grand and great grandchildren; a sister, Ruth Ann (Johnny). He was predeceased by his wife, Rose M. Ross; mother, Mary McDill; and father, Leroy Ross.

Ronald was a retired truck driver for Martin Brower and was a U.S. Vietnam Army veteran.

Private graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family in Greenlawn Cemetery, Frankfort, OH. Arrangements are under the direction of the WARE FUNERAL HOME.

You may sign his online register at www.warefh.com






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Published in Chillicothe Gazette from Nov. 10 to Nov. 12, 2020.
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November 13, 2020
To family, sorry for your loss, he was a good man.
Jerry & Linda Kerns
Family
November 11, 2020
I will miss him walking his dog by the house everyday. He was a very nice man. I knew I had not seen him walking for a while. Prayers to family.
DENISE SPAETH
Neighbor
November 10, 2020
I met Ron when I got a job at the local theater. Ron worked hard, and had a huge heart. He gave us all wooden crosses which I still have . I Spent a lot of shifts closing with Ron , he always had an awesome story or lesson for me to learn , always.
Ryan
Coworker
November 10, 2020
Sending my prayers and love to this wonder mans family and close friends. I met Ron at Danbarry where I was given my first job. He started my nickname of “Kayla Girl” He always knew how to put a smile on my face and make my worst days turn to the best. He would always show me pictures of his dog and we would laugh at our overweight cats together. I still have the small wooden cross he gave me over six years ago. Ron will surely he missed.
Kayla Daniels-Houseman
Coworker
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