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Richard Grant Ross

March 7, 1951October 15, 2021
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Richard Grant Ross, age 70, of Everett, Washington passed away on Friday, October 15, 2021. Richard was born March 7, 1951.

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Harry Young

October 26, 2021

To my special Friend Grant Ross,
Thank you for all the wonderful memories and times we shared together. It was such a pleasure working along side you all those years and I was blessed to have known you. From sitting next to you in the cockpit of an airplane to jamming out to the Beatles on our guitars, life was great with you in it. My condolences go out to all your Friends and Family. Grant was a great man and a role model for me. May you rest in paradise eternally.
Solemnly,
Harry Young

Randy Shoemaker

October 26, 2021

Grant, you were always a good friend, fellow guitar-player, flight instructor (you gave me the stick all the way to Arlington!), and door-sales mentor. From our going to see World War 2 fighter planes to jamming with our band in our basement studio you were always there to share your talents and your smile. You will be sorely missed.
My guitar gently weeps.

Trudy Cady

October 26, 2021

Grant - forever a gentle man. I worked with you for only a few years but knew you far longer. I never heard a cross word from you and you were always willing to jump up and help anyone. You will be missed.

Jeff Dille

October 22, 2021

Dear Grant, You were a great friend and pal, I loved all the great times we spent together, keep flying and rest in peace

Mickey Gourley

October 22, 2021

My Dearest Grant, My heart is heavy from hearing this news. You have always been a positive influence on my life, and I truly appreciate our conversations about the spirit and God. "The Answer" bible that you gave me in March of 2005 is dog-eared and loved. When I opened it today, the first page was a verse we often spoke about - John 13:34. I give you a new command: Love each other. You must love each other as I have loved you.

You walked the talk, and I will miss you terribly. Rest well my friend.

Jack Willis

October 22, 2021

Grant, I thought a lot about you when I heard this news of you.
I really want thank you for all that you did when you were working at Mom & Dad's store. You were the life of the store. If you hadn't been there Don Willis Furniture would have been gone way before it's time. You knew where everything thing was, and what things needed to be done. Any of us that were looking for something and couldn't find it, would ask you and you knew exactly where it was. What an amazing memory even then.
You were so great to work with. I was very sorry when you left the business and moved on. Don't know if it was your choice or what, but your loss was a big loss to me.
One other thing, My daughter Erica told me a you were the person that taught her how to whistle. She was really proud of that accomplishment. I never new that till now. Thank you.
Rest easy my friend, you will be totally missed by a lot of peoples lives that you touched.

Carol Tomco Sandusky

October 21, 2021

So many fun memories with David coming to the house you shared with George, fun with Frank and Pam, motorcycles, going up to Abbotsford Air Show, eating breakfasts in Lake City, teaching me to add salt on salads, hanging out at the cabin and the many parties. You told me some years ago you had a picture of me and my mom at one of the parties when she came to visit! I adored your mom! Thank you for helping Michael in his Sr year. You will always be a part of my memories of fun times in the "good old days"! May you be at peace and full of love surrounded by family, old friends and Angels! I'm writing this as if you can read it because I know you will know.
Condolences to your family!
Much Love, Carol

Carey Tremaine

October 21, 2021

Every memory of mine that has Grant in it is a good one. Always positive, ambitious and fun to be around. He was always working so he had his own car for cruising around Lake City and Wegewood when many of us did not. A very talented guitarist he had a knack for being able to play and sing many of the Beatles songs. Safe to say our youth and those happy days are gone but many great memories of a good friend remain. He will be missed.

Suzanne Douglas

October 20, 2021

Dearest Grant,
Forever you, the gentleman, the kind hearted and thoughtful man, we lay you to rest. When I see a red airplane, and hear Blackbird playing, I know it's you...
Every March 7th, I will still call you. I won't miss.
Fly free and happy, and know you will forever and always be in my heart...(you knew that anyway).

One tear is what we share...forever more.
Suzie

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