Mavis-Ross-Obituary

Mavis Ross

New Milton, West Virginia

Mar 15, 1964 – Dec 17, 2012 (Age 48)

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McCullough Funeral Home Obituary

Mavis Anne "Aggie" Ross, 48 of New Milton, Rush Run Community, passed away December 17, 2012 at the United Hospital Center in Bridgeport as a result of injuries sustained from a work related accident. She was born in Parkersburg, a daughter of Robert and Maureen (McCray) Whitehair of Harrisville. "Aggie" worked for David Bowyer Farms. She loved being outdoors and was an avid hunter. She especially loved coon hunting, deer hunting and bear hunting with her daughter Sara. She was president of the Doddridge County Coonhunter's Association and had rescued over 200 dogs for Animal Control in the Doddridge area. Aggie had a great love for animals and people. She never saw a stranger. Surviving is her husband Fred Ross, daughters Teresa Setola (Chris Davis) of Morganton, NC and Sara Bennett of the home, son Kevin Setola(Lindsay) of Clarksburg, sister Lilly Whitehair of Parkersburg, brother R. D. Whitehair of Charleston and her grandmother Mavis Johnson of Clarksburg. Memorial services will be Thursday 7PM at the McCullough-Rogers Funeral Home, Pennsboro with Pastor Chris Davis officiating. Visitation of friends and family will be from 5 to 7PM. Memorial contributions may be made in Aggie's name to the Doddridge County Coonhunter's Association, PO Box 222, West Union WV 26456.

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I am so sorry about the loss of your mom and wife! My prayers are with you! She was a great friend and sister-n-law! I will truly miss her!

Sympathy & our prayers go out to the family of Aggie. May the Lord be with you in your time of sorrow. Bill Ross

My Thoughts and Prayers are. With the Family during this very diffcult time and the days ahead!

Aggie was a very unique person. A lot of memories of her as my sister-in-law and friend. She will be greatly missed.

SO, SO VERY SORRY for your loss -- Aggie was great woman whith many gifts -- the twinkle in her eye, quick smile and willingness to help will not be forgotton ---

Bob and Moe..and Family...I am so sorry. She was a great gal and will be missed..Please call me any time...loves and hugss

Bob, Our heart goes out to you and Maureen. You are in our prayers. Betty and A. B. Kelchner