Ursula Ann Ross
November 2, 1934 – July 20, 2019
Ann Wyatt Ross 84 of Secaucus died on Saturday July 20. 2019 at the Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank. Ann was born in England and has resided in Secaucus for many years.
Ann was a member of the Red Hat Club the Secaucus Senior Citizens and the Kiwanis Club.
She was predeceased by her beloved husband Carmen Ross.
She is survived by her sons Charles and his wife Tara Ross and David Ross; her grandsons Ryan and Luke Ross.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday July 24th from 4 to 8 PM at the Mack Memorial Home 1245 Paterson Plank Road Secaucus, funeral services starting at 7 PM. Cremation will be private.
- Visitation Wednesday, July 24, 2019
- Funeral Service Wednesday, July 24, 2019
Ursula Ann Ross
August 2, 2019
Ann was a sweet friend of mine who I met when I worked in Meadowlands Hospital. She knew I enjoyed cooking and nwould often give me glossy British cooking magazines. We had some great talks about the Royal family too. I greatly appreciated those delicious fruitcakes she brought me at Christmas.
As you see, Ann was Special in many ways. Loved by many , she will be greatly missed by all those privileged to know her.
July 27, 2019
To our beloved Aunty Ann. It is with great sadness that I write message. It has been a real privilege to have you as our aunt. We shared a lot of laughs and good times. We are so pleased you and Carmen made it to Australia on a number of occasions and me also to New York to stay with you and the family. You are at peace now, no more pain!
You are together again with Carmen.
We will never forget you, lots of love Marion, Rod, Alley, Joel, Brodie, Ash, Ollie and Jax.
Philip (Benny) Wyatt
July 25, 2019
It is with fondness I remember my dear Aunty Ann, it was so wonderful to get to know you and Carmen on your visits to Australia, unfortunately I never saw you in America.
Your love and humour will live on and I know you will be reunited with your dear Carmen
Lots of love
Philip and family xxx
July 24, 2019
To our beloved Aunty Ann, we were lucky to have you come to Australia on multiple visits and attend our wedding in 1989. We were fortunate to come and stay with you and Carmen on 2 occasions in 2004 (Charlie and Tara’s wedding) and again in 2014. You were amazing hosts and took us to many places which was great. We still laugh at the car air conditioner being set on full blast!! and watching Baseball games nightly and debating the politics of the world. You are now reunited with Carmen and we will always remember you.
Lots of love Neil and Jo your Aussie Nephew and Niece and our children Jordan and Madison and their partners Sarah and Leigh
Eileen (Lena) Rublowsky
July 22, 2019
I met Annie in Toronto in 1956. Oh My, Annie was so full of energy and totally fearless. She made a trip to the Yukon with some youth hostelers and had a great time.
Annie loved parties and gatherings as well as costume parties. One time she came to a party as a baby.
Later, we came to New York City and spent lots of fun evenings in Greenwich Village . Annie never drank alcohol to my knowledge.
Annie had two sons and while David was autistic, she loved David and Charles very much the same.
I will miss you Annie, wish you were here. XXXXXXX