Carl Victor Ross

May 21, 1923 - April 9, 2022
Carl Victor Ross

Carl Victor Ross, 98, passed away peacefully in Trinity, FL, on April 9, 2022. He was surrounded by his loving family, including his wife of 75 years, Jane.  Carl and Jane had five children; Cheryl Crawford (Thomas), Maureen Morelli (Frank), Joe Ross (Barb), both deceased, Mike Ross (Karen), and April (M.C.) Paul (Jeff).

Carl served in the Army, Air Corps during WWII, as a mechanic and could fix anything. Carl was proud to follow in his father’s footsteps working at Mt. Carmel Hospital for 38 years. After retiring, Carl and Jane traveled the world. He loved gardening and was an avid Buckeye fan, golfer, and fisherman.

He was loved by his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

A celebration of life will held on Friday, May 6, 2022 at 10:00am at St. Joseph’s Cemetery Chapel in Lockbourne, OH.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Gulfside Hospice of Pasco County.


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  • April 14, 2022
    Frank Morelli says:
    Carl “ Dad “ Daddy “ granddad “ what a guy Hard worker , good sport , fun , loving , athletic, fixer to name a few On his 98th Birthday he joined in a game of corn hole in the back yard with assistance from son Mike He pitched the bean bags like a softball into the skit a lasting image .Prior to that he pitched in planting the spring flowers grabbing a shovel digging a hole for the plant ! “What a guy “Thankfully we had dad nearby the last 6 months & shared each moment of these precious memories ❤️

  • April 14, 2022
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  • April 26, 2022
    Pat Clouse says:
    When I was 27 I met Carl and he became my boss at MCMC in Maintenance dept until he retired. He was the most kindest loving caring person anyone could ever meet. He was more like my dad than a boss, he and Jane always giving me advice. I loved them both dearly. I've been telling my daughter we got to go see Carl and Jane but never made it. I'm so sorry I never made it. He and would talk and laugh so much about crazy things that would happen in the shop or out in the hospital. All the times I would visit them we would have the best times talking and laughing. Prayers and thoughts and love to all.

  • May 02, 2022
    Robert Losee says:
    Carl hired me to work in maintenance at MCMC in 1968 while I was still in high school . I was drafted into the Army in March of 1970 , Carl welcomed me back when I got discharged in October 1971 . I retired from MCMC in October 2012 . Needless to say Carl & his father were big influences in my life . The world has lost a excellent example of the Greatest Generation .