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Roland H. Ross Jr.
  • Passed away on September 05, 2021

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Roland H. Ross Jr. was born in Niagara Fall, NY. He moved to New Smyrna Beach as an infant. He passed on September 5, 2021, at75 years of age. He leaves behind his wife of 56 years, Viviane, 2 daughters, Michele, and Kimberly, 5 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. He was a Navy Veteran and was employed at the Space Center for 43 years. He loved the outdoors, fishing, camping, hunting, bowling, photography, traveling and dancing. Services are private.

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  1. Tammy Van Winkle Hodgkins says:
    15 Sep 2021
    We will never forget our second Dad, the coolest second Dad and Mom who took a car load of us crazy kids to many bowling tournaments and put up with us, cheered us on, who took us to Disney World, who had the best parties...Halloween, birthday...and the sleepovers!!! Thank you so much for your service to our country and knowing you will rest in eternal peace in Jesus' loving arms...until we meet again....we love you, Dad.....

  2. Desiree Lewis says:
    13 Sep 2021
    Words cannot describe the loss our hearts feel. The most lively man we ever knew, blissfully asleep now free of pain and worry. We know you’re in The Kingly castle of Heaven looking down on us each and every passing day. Guiding us in the direction our souls feel we must go. You’re our guardian angel. To the man that brought me so much joy and love, to the man who taught me that nerdy things were cool. You’re more than just a memory, you’re a timeless legend. I love you so much Papa. One day when we meet again, I can’t wait to hear the tales of Heaven and your most current fishing stories. I miss you dearly.

  3. John & Kim McGee says:
    09 Sep 2021
    Your memories will never die, your stories are irreplaceable, the excitement we shared about our common love for traveling across America and the stories we told each other about our trips will be a lost joy that we will never regain, but we are also glad you’re in a place where you don’t have to fight so hard anymore. You will be deeply missed.

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