Mr. Ross Allen Ingrando
- October 11, 1934 - January 25, 2013
- Crosby, Texas
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The staff of American Cancer Fund™ at www.AmericanCancerFund.org is sorry to hear of Mr. Ingrando’s passing. We have just received a memorial donation in his name and our sincere condolences go out to his family.
Posted by: American Cancer Fund - Hillsborough, NJ Feb 15, 2013
The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Uncle Ross is how incredibly involved he was with his family. He was never to busy to lend a hand or words of wisdom. He was always very encouraging and showed us all just how much he loved us through his actions. I'll never forget how much he loved little babies, pool time, golf, and Aunt Linda's little dogs too! ;) Everything he did had a purpose and meaning.
Posted by: Sarah Geralds - Haltom City, TX - Niece Feb 13, 2013
A brother is a blessing, Of a rare and special kind; A blend of strength and courage; A truly priceless find.
I did not compose this but it so fits the love and respect I hold for my brother Ross. The moments spent together were always cherished with the only regrets being there wasn't enough to squeeze another round in...
I do know he'll be swinging; probably through the front nine but I'll catch him heading toward the club house and we'll pick up on lost time.
God Bless You Brother
Posted by: TOM GERALDS - Garden Ridge, TX - Brother-in-Law Feb 09, 2013
I'll always remember my uncle and godfather with a smile on his face. Nothing really ever seemed to get him down and his outlook on each day was always positive. He was so supportive of me and the rest of the family. I believe I grew up to be a better person for having him in my life. I still have the picture of him and I when they visited me in Louisiana. Uncle Ross, you will always be remembered
Posted by: Grace Geralds - Blanco, TX - neice Feb 08, 2013
Linda, just heard the news yesterday. I am so sorry for your loss. Ross was always such a joy to be around. i will always remember how much joy he brought to your life which made our family very happy. Much Love to you and your family,
Posted by: Kellie Butaud Skarda - Baytown, TX - Cousin Feb 06, 2013
Having experienced knowing Ross as a new employee being viewed with cautious optimism, to a respected professional worthy of admiration and trust, I must say that the passing of Ross is a loss to us all. But having known him my, life ,and many others that he touched, have been richer for it.
With deep respect: R.B.Owens.
Posted by: R.B.Owens - Baytown, TX - Former employer and friend. Feb 05, 2013
My deepest sympathy and prayers to Linda, all the children, and all Ross's brothers and sisters. Ross was a dear "brother" and made a difference in my life and his brother, Ray Ingrando (deceased 2009). I have lots of fond memories of family gatherings at brother Roland's and Robbies home in Houston throughout the years from 1986 - 2008. Linda and Ross also treated us to several camping trips with our dogs and their doggies....I especially remember the wonderful 70th
Posted by: Della Ingrando - Highlands Ranch, CO, CO - sister-in-law Feb 02, 2013