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Jeremy Lee Ross

Born: Wed., Jul. 11, 1984
Died: Thu., May 14, 2020


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Jeremy Lee Ross

July 11, 1984 – May 14, 2020

 

 

Jeremy Lee Ross age 35, passed away on May 14, 2020, with his family at his side. He was born on July 11, 1984 in Richmond, Indiana. Jeremy attended Lincoln High School and went on to work as a pipe layer for the gas utility company. When Jeremy was not spending time with his longtime girlfriend Bev Gillen; Jeremy looked forward to playing a round of golf or some one on one basketball with his brother Kevin. When the two of them were not competing against each other they enjoyed a relaxing day of fishing or watching sports together. Jeremy also loved listening to music and hanging out with his friends.

Jeremy will be greatly missed by his family, his mother Karen (Shipley) Ross, his sister Krissy Ross and brother Kevin (Emily) Reece, he is also survived by his grandmother Mildred Fuller his nieces Sierra and Mercedes Ross and Oaklynn Reece. Along with his Aunts, Uncles and Cousins and all his friends whom he considered his family especially his lifelong friend Mike Klein. Preceding Jeremy in death is his maternal grandfather Virgil Shipley, step-grandfather Donald Fuller and his aunt Kathy Roszell.

A private service will be held for Jeremy. All are encouraged to share a memory, offer condolences, or sign the online guest registry at fisherfunerals.com. Fisher Family Funeral Services is honored to serve the Ross Family

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Mom
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
I'm so grateful to St. Francis hospital for taking such good care of Jeremy. They went out of their way so I was able to spend time with him. I'll always be thankful for that. He was my sidekick, he helped me a lot when I needed some muscle. I'm going to miss him so much! His smile and laugh was so contagious. Mom loves you, Jeremy. I'm broken without you💔

Amanda Angel
   Posted Sun May 17, 2020
So sorry to hear of Jeremy's passing! we attended elementary school together! He was always so nice, funny, and polite! always jokin around! prayers for his family and close friends!

Dustin Hickman
   Posted Thu May 21, 2020
Man you lived life to the fullest didnt ya.....always had the most interesting stories, freshest kicks, and prettiest girl under your arm. Oilfields, miami, bloomington, all the way back to Capt Ti---uh....Kevin and Em's apartments in Indy. I'm sorry that you are gone brotherman, but you lived more deeply and fully than a lot of 70yr olds. I've lost to many people to that stuff so i do not want to let you off the hook. You and by bestie Mark C (rip 2014) taught me that if you want to live life all the way to the last drop, you have to move forward. Without forward momentum, people with our energy and balls get stuck. I'm so sorry you weren't able to shake that stuckness, but you now serve the ultimate purpose: you are the guardian angel for your niece and (hopefully nephew).
Please watch over your brother, your mom, em, and the kids. And watch out for the stuck ones too. Sometimes we need one of your size big af Jordans to kick our ass out of the stuck and get us moving forward....Not all stars shine forever- some burn brighter and more fiercely than the sun itseld. It's too bad bc those are the best stars, but they also burn out more quickly than regular ones....but nobody remembers the normal-they remember the bright, brilliant light and aspire to catch up.
I hope you are trading stories with your pops up there. Love ya Big Jeremy, til we meet again.

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