Robert D. Ross Jr.

Born: Sun., May 1, 1949
Died: Sat., Oct. 5, 2019

Memorial Service

11:30 AM Sat., Oct. 12, 2019
Location: Fellowship Room Terryville Congregational Church

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Robert D. Ross Jr passed away peacefully October 5th  2019 at Ingraham Manor in Bristol Ct.   Robert (Bob) was 70 years old. He was the loving husband and best friend to his wife of 37 years, Laurie Ross (Fritz), loving Step-Father to Danielle DellaVecchia (Ritchie) and her husband Dean, proud Grandfather of Ryan and Abigail DellaVecchia, and dear brother of Dale Ross and her Fiancée Robert Dudley.
Bob was the son of the late Robert and Eleanor Ross. Like his father, Bob proudly served in the United States Marine Corps. Semper Fi!  Bob will be fondly remembered by extended family and friends whom most were his coworkers from Gems Sensors where he worked for the majority of his life.
A brief Memorial Service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday October 12th in the Fellowship Room of Terryville Congregational Church 233 Main St Terryville CT 06786, with a Casual Celebration of Life to follow.

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Dale Ross
   Posted Tue October 08, 2019
RIP big brother. Once Marine, always a Marine. I'm sure the Marine Corps band is ready to play Semper Fidelis just for you! (Our personal joke).

Karen Lugo
   Posted Wed October 09, 2019
So sorry for your loss. Bob was a wonderful caring person. Work with Bob at Gems and was a great Boss. Prayers Going out Laurie and family!

Gary Holden
   Posted Thu October 10, 2019
i am greatly sorry for your loss, Laurie. I can't believe Bob is gone. The times we had; and I was so proud to be his best man. I always missed him and thought about you two so many times. May he rest in peace. My prayers are with you.

Philip Roberts
   Posted Thu October 17, 2019
Bob was my nest door neighbor growing up. He moved in up on Oak St when we were about in third or fourth grade. From than time until about a year after he got out of the Marines I played, walked to school and even worked together with Bob. Over those years I interacted with Bob more than anyone in my life. Bob, Mark Lasrich and I walked to school together for years and the two of them were the only reason I ever made it to school on time. When Bob was looking for a job after his discharge I was already working at GEMS and put in a good word for him in getting the job. We car-pooled to work for about a year.
After I got married and moved away we lost contact with each other. But with just about every thought of my childhood there was also a thought of Bob. I wish now that we had stayed in touch. He was a good friend and a good man.

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