Veronica Ann Ross

Veronica Ann RossMs. Veronica Ann Ross, age 55 of St. Marys, Ga. passed away unexpectedly at Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville, Fl. on Tuesday July 22nd, 2014.

Ms. Ross was born on April 28th, 1959 in Manhattan, New York to Essie Kitt & Calvin Reginald Ross. She enjoyed spending time with her family listening to music and cooking. She loved singing, humming, and was so generous. She made Everyone Laugh. She was my angel on earth and Best Friend So I know she now watches over my children and I from above. I know that even if were able to Choose our parents in this world I would NEVER have been able to pick a better mother. My Heart will always Treasure the time I and My Children were given with her as She was truly a rare precious gem and a Very Phenomenal Woman.

Ms. Ross is survived by her daughter, Nicole J. Ross of Kingsland, Ga.; her mother and father, Essie & Calvin Reginald Ross of St. Marys, Ga.; her sisters, Renee Monsanto of St. Marys, Ga. and Monique J. Ross of Riverdale, Ga.; her brother, Calvin Reginald Ross, II of New York; and her grandchildren Alexis J Ross-Brown, Jaylen Xavier & Bakari Ross.

A memorial service was held on August 1st, 2014 at Young Zion Missionary Baptist Church 4500 HWY 40 East, St. Mary’s, Ga 31558.

IN APPRECIATION
The Ross Family Wish to Convey Our Deep Gratitude for the Thoughtfulness expressed in Prayers, Messages and Other courtesy’s extended during the loss of Our Loved One.

May God continue to Bless and Keep all of You in His Loving Care. God Loves You and We do to.

MISS ME
When I come to the end of the road
And the Sun has set for Me,
I want no rites in a gloom-filled room.
Why cry for a Soul set free!
Miss Me a little, But Not Too long,
And Not with Your Head bowed Low.
Remember the Love that We once shared,
Miss Me but let Me Go.
For this Journey We All Must Take,
And Each Must Go Alone.
It’s all part of the Master Plan,
A Step on the Road to Home.
When You are Lonely and sick of Heart,
Go to the Friends We know
And bury Your Sorrows in doing Good Deeds.
Miss Me, But Let Me Go.

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