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Sunland Memorial Park, Mortuary & Cremation Center

15826 North Del Webb Blvd, Sun City, AZ

OBITUARY

Audrey D. Ross

December 12, 1929August 1, 2019
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Audrey D. Ross was born on December 12, 1929 in Detroit, Michigan and passed away on August 1, 2019 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Services

  • Funeral Service Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Reception Thursday, August 8, 2019

Memories

Audrey D. Ross

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Lisa Flores

August 9, 2019

The very first picture on my phone is this one of our two Mom's!
The heart that Audrey had for others is a rare gift to the many people who had the privilege to know her and be blessed by her goodness. And the legacy lives on -- you are all proof of your mother's great character. With Love, Lisa

Helen Rinne

August 7, 2019

Audrey Ross will forever hold a big place in my heart. She was the kindest, most generous and loving woman. Audrey and I share a love for animals, especially dogs. She was a dog whisperer and always willing to help our four-legged friends. I recall running into Audrey on AJ’s patio early one Sat morning, after she found a stray dog. Audrey was lovingly cradling this very old frightened dog, promising to find his owners. Thankfully (for me) she was successful in reuniting this toothless dog with his joyful owners. Audrey was also my prayer warrior over the years. She helped me pray for many loved ones, in need of God’s blessing. I am eternally grateful for the blessing of Audrey Ross in my life. Love, Helen

Marlene Hoffert

August 7, 2019

Dearest Judy, Matt & girls & your sisters , What can I say to help to lighten your hearts. You all will miss this lovely lady so much. Judy, we have been so fortunate to have our Mom's into their later years. I visualize my Mom doing the same as her health is good but her balance & walking is shaky. Uses a walker. She was 102 in July. My deepest sympathy to all of you. Knowing that death is part of the wholeness of life and inevitable, it does nothing to lessen the sorrow felt when a beloved one dies. It does, however, make present the truth that living is sacred, so that we might give thanks for them, for the privilege of knowing them, for the gift and blessing they were. May God send you comfort and peace at this sad time.
Love to you all,
Marlene

Nancy Tourville

August 6, 2019

I am one of the many lives your mother touched. She had a lovely smile and a kind heart. I enjoyed keeping in touch with her the last 20 years and talking with her. I always ended my call telling her I loved her. She always said “I love you more”. RIP Aunt Audrey — I love you more.

Nancy

Catie Mathews

August 6, 2019

My love and adoration towards my grandma was heightened after I had kids. Hearing about her life as a mother and wife as her husband was away at war has only proven to me what an incredibly strong woman she was. We moved to Arizona just over 2 years ago, and being able to bring Marley to see her are now some of my favorite memories. The way she naturally reverted back to being a mom/grandma and taking care of Marley without hesitation was a beautiful site. They were two peas in a pod. Knowing she is dancing away in Heaven with all of her memories (and her cat, Sam!) is a blessing that we know only God can provide. I love you, Grandma!
xoxo, Catie

Gregory Tourville

August 6, 2019

On December 12, 1929 you came into the world crying and frightened while your family was smiling and full of joy. On August 1, 2019 your family was crying as you left your human experience of your spiritual life but you were smiling and happy as you returned to the Creator's promise of an eternal life of joy and peace.

Love ya Aunt Audrey

Kenzie Willneff

August 6, 2019

My dearest Grandma,

Words can’t describe what my Grandma means to me. She took care of me my first three years allowing my mom Judy to go back to work. I was truly blessed to have such a strong, loving and godly woman to call my Grandma. I was so lucky being able to know and to have shared such wonderful memories with such an incredible person. I hope that I am able to make her proud and will forever hold on to her sweet laugh and quick wit. I will see you one day Grandma, until then when I see a butterfly I’ll know it’s you saying hello. I love you, Rest In Peace Grandma, XOXO

Sharon Macrina

August 5, 2019

Dear Audrey's Family,
I will always remember this special lady and her compassion, generosity, kindness and smile. She was truly the role model for humanity. I'm sure our Lord made her a beautiful home in His Paradise that she so well deserved. I celebrate her life and now with most reverence, her resurrection. We were all so blessed to have her in our lives.
Love,
Sharon

Lynn Pescatrice

August 5, 2019

LYNN PESCATRICE - long time friend and admirer of Audrey

I will always remember Aud’s beautiful collection of teacups, and I loved listening to the stories of each person who gave her the teacup and how they were all part of the family she loved. I especially loved the story of Aud’s grandmother who used to take her to the movies and they watched a number of movies at one time then walked home late at night. I loved to go to the movies with Aud as well, and remember waiting in line in the summer with her many times, but it was worth it to be with her.

No matter where Aud lived I would watch her enter a room and light it up! She started talking with her fellow residents, touching their arms, making then feel they were not alone and that they mattered. Audrey always made time to care and listen to others, whether it was the waitress at lunch, a person in the grocery line, or me.

She leaves behind four beautiful, compassionate children and all their families, and Audrey will live on through their love, generosity, and humor. I will forever remember her soft hands, her laugh, and her unconditional love for me for so many.
GOD BLESS YOU DEAR AUDREY....LOVE, LYNNIE

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