Joseph W. Ross

Born: Sat., Jul. 27, 1929
Died: Tue., Jan. 28, 2020


Visitation

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Jan. 30, 2020
Location: Tancrell-Jackman Funeral Home


Funeral Service

10:30 AM Fri., Jan. 31, 2020
Location: Tancrell-Jackman Funeral Home


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Uxbridge- Joseph W. Ross, 90, passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on Tues. Jan. 28, 2020. A loving husband and father of 8, he was the beloved husband of 49 years to Olive (Seagrave) Ross.

Joseph is also survived by his children: William Ross and his wife Katherine of Uxbridge, Jo-Ann Brannan and her husband John of Blackstone, Irene Croteau and her husband Normand of Cumberland, RI, Brian Ross and his wife Beverly of Baltimore, MD, Paula James and her husband Kevin of Gainesville, VA, Glenn Ross and his wife Aaina of Randallstown, MD; also his two sisters: Lorraine Lavallee of Uxbridge and Shirley Griffith of Blackstone; 16 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren, as well as several nieces and nephews.  Joe was also the father of the late Nancy Lanagan, and Alan Ross.

Joe was born in Uxbridge, the son of the late Exziphir and Annette (Savage) Ross. He attended Uxbridge schools.  Following his tour in the U.S. Navy as an Airplane Mechanic, he began his long career as an auto and small engine mechanic. He enjoyed woodworking, and tinkering with lawnmowers at home, going out to breakfast with his daughters on Sundays, and being a great-grand father. A family man, known for his great sense of humor, Joe was loved by all.

His funeral will be held on Fri. Jan. 31st from Tancrell-Jackman Funeral Home, 35 Snowling Rd., Uxbridge with a service in the funeral home at 10:30 AM. Burial will follow in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Uxbridge. Calling hours in the funeral home will be held on Thurs. Jan. 30th from 4-8 PM & prior to the funeral home service on Fri. from 9:30-10:30 AM. To leave a condolence message for his family please visit: http://www.Jackmanfuneralhomes.com

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Heather
   Posted Tue January 28, 2020
Grandpa Jo led a long life of 90 years. I remember how proud he was of his garden every year and how he was always tinkering with woodworking or engines. I remember his fondness of the dogs he had through the years. He got to enjoy many years of retirement. He is now at peace. But he will be missed by those of us left behind.

John Lavallee
   Posted Tue January 28, 2020

Among the Clouds Basket was sent by John .

You will be missed Uncle Joe. The memories you left behind will be shared and remembered for years to come. Love always, John and Linda Lavallee


Paul & Shirley Welch
   Posted Thu January 30, 2020
Uncle Joe, You will be missed by many, but most of all you'll be miss by Paul an I. Our Tuesday mornings will never be the same, the four of us spending hours playing Fill or bust. Which you really enjoyed when you knocked me back and won the game.
You would always help Paul with his tractor issues. And we enjoyed the family cook outs you had.
We would always talk politics, both of us are Trump supporters, and you were so happy when you received a letter and a picture of Trump from the White House for your years of service in the navy, and turning 90 years old.

Also we will never forget your smile and how proud you were when you received pictures on your phone of your great grandchildren, and asked us to take them off your phone and make copies of them.

These are just a few memories.
So Rest In Peace Uncle Joe
Love
Paul & Shirley Welch

Angelique Boucher
   Posted Sun February 09, 2020
I remember when we used to come over your house and you used to come over our house. We all used to play cards together. We had an overall good time all together. I remember that you said you were in the navy a long time ago. That's why when we had the parade I held the navy flag. I also remember you, me, and Arissa used to go leaf collecting and look at the different leaves. It was you and Arissa who got me involved in that. These are some of the memories of my beloved uncle Joe. You were a hero! Thank you!

Best wishes to Auntie Ollie
xoxo

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