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Ross, William “Jay”

Ross, William “Jay”

February 25, 1965 — September 2, 2018

William "Jay" Ross, 53, passed away unexpectedly on September 2, 2018 at his home. Visitation will begin at 10:00 am, followed by a service celebrating Jay's life at 11:00 am, on Thursday, September 6, at Park Lawn Northland Chapel, I-35 at State Route 291, Liberty. Burial will follow in Converse Cemetery, Lathrop, MO.

Jay was born February 25, 1965, in Chillicothe, MO, the older of two sons of Randall and Wilma "Winnie" (Williams) Ross. They preceded him in death. He worked for Midwest Locomotive for 18 years.

Jay leaves his wife of 26 years, Sherril (Matthews) Ross; brother, Ernie Ross; daughter and son-in-law, Sarah and Dan Peterson; grandchildren, Emma and Daniel; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.

Service Information

Service: 11AM, Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Park Lawn Northland Chapel

Visitation: 10-11AM, Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Park Lawn Northland Chapel

Burial in Converse Cemetery, Lathrop, Missouri

Ross, William “Jay”'s Guestbook

We're sorry for your loss, our prayers are with you.

Claude & Nancy Thurman

Great person and neighbor and will be greatly missed. Deepest Sympathy to Sherril and family

Kelly & Ronoka Eaton

RIP. Old Friend

Rick Baska

Sherril, I am so sorry for your loss. Sending thoughts and prayers for strength in the coming days and weeks.

Nathan Gronberg

Sherril, Sarah,and family.. Keep your hearts filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together.

Fraziers

We are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts and prayers go out to Sherril and family. Words can not express enough the heartfelt sorrow that we feel in Jay's passing.

Phil & Danna Moser

I can not find the right or wrong words. I lost my drinking buddy, my friend, the best brother a girl could of had. I will miss and treasure every moment we shared. I love you more then words care say.

Mary Duffy

God said to Love Thy Neighbor and that is exactly what Jay constantly did and in big ways! He helped me countless times over the years fixing my lawn mower, weed eater, leaf blower, car, etc. Many times after a huge limb fall in my yard from a storm Jay would be right over with his chain saw already cutting it up for me. I never had to ask. He would just come over in the yard and help. Jay did nice and loving deeds for tons of other neighbors as well. He was brilliant in fixing and repairing practically anything. In addition, Jay was the heart and soul of our neighborhood! Everyone knew him! He was hard working, funny, and incredibly kind! He treated my daughter as his own and watched her grow up! There is NO better example than Jay of how to love another human being! Thinking about him makes me a better person. RIP in "Brother Man!" You have 100% positively affected my life! You are the true definition of how to love thy neighbor! Thank you for blessing us for your amazing non stop acts of kindness and love! We are all grateful for knowing you!

Jason Key

he was the best brother ill ever have . ill miss him very much. my thoughts are with you

crystal coughran

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