Ross Fanucchi

December 13, 1954September 28, 2012
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Our son, brother, uncle and friend, Ross Fanucchi, has passed on to his next adventure. While this journey was far too brief, Ross surely embraced the full measure of all God and this world had to offer. Medical issues have been his companion for the past few years, but he rarely complained. His humor was, as always, what made the world love him.

Family and friends will gather at 1 p.m. this Sunday October 7, 2012 at Woodbridge Park on Sierra Blvd. in Roseville. We’ll share friendship and toast the memory of our dear Ross. Please consider joining in this celebration of an incredible spirit.


  • Memorial Gathering Sunday, October 7, 2012

Ross Fanucchi

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June 16, 2014

I remember working with Ross in the art dept. at Winterland Productions in San Francisco back in the late 80's. Despite his rough exterior, he really had a kind heart and was alot of fun to be around. He was full of vigor and could really carry a wild conversation...with plenty of stories he was willing to share. He had a fine gift in traditional art and it truly showed in some his achievements at work ..... you will be missed dear friend !

Peter Haden

January 3, 2013

Peter Haden went to college with him and lived near him in Topanga Cyn outside LA. I'm sorry to hear he's passed on and I wish you and your's the best.


October 9, 2012

With deepest sympathy to the family during your time grief. Psalms 46:1 says God is for us a refuge and strength and a help readily to be found during difficult times. May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.

Dino Tramontini

October 7, 2012

I was very saddened to hear about Ross having passed away. What a great, great guy Ross was. Always smiling, full of fun. Ross was fearless. I remember him trying out for the Roseville High wrestling team his senior year. Though he knew little about wrestling he jumped into it with both feet. It was a lot of fun having him on the team (if only for awhile).

Take care Ross you will be deeply missed.

Nancy Garcia-Lockett

October 7, 2012

Ross was a gentle and kind person. Even though he was two years a head of me, he always said hello and acknowledge me. He brought good memories to my High School years. My last memory of Ross was shared at my mothers home on 6th Street just a couple of years ago. My sister Teri came to town for a visit, (my sister Teri & Ross were the BEST of Friends) Ross was invited to share one of my mothers great Mexican dinners. Ross was excited and happy to join us! We sat and ate this meal as a "Family", we will cherish that special time forever. . .
Prays and condolence to the Fanucchi Family.

Ruth Campbell Cohen

October 6, 2012

Condolences to Ross's family. I knew Ross (and Cindy) as very young children in Roseville.

October 6, 2012

As Roseville High School classmates, I remember Ross being an extraordinary friend. His infectious smile, energetic and enthusiastic personality always brought everyone together. Memories of Ross are memories never to be forgotten as many friends gathered on the high school on the hill top.

I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that I am praying for strength and comfort for your family and may you find the peace of all understanding.

My condolences,
Lydia Garcia

Annette Wolcott

October 6, 2012

To my dearest 'artbeast', I will forever miss you. I hope you are up in heaven with my Uncle Ed( your wonderful dad), Nona, Auntie Lee, and Uncle Bill. Lean on them and they will always take care of you. Auntie Jeanette and Cindy we are all so sad at the passing of Ross, carry him in your hearts and he will be with all of you forever. Love and Many Kisses, Annette

Mark French

October 6, 2012

May God give his peace and love to all the family and friends of Ross. I can tell he was loved deeply and will be missed by many.

Michele Hall Hultman

October 3, 2012

God Bless Your soul Ross. My sympathies to your family and all his cherished friends. Michele Hall Hultman