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In Loving Memory

Ross, Mercides Lethia

Mercides Lethia Ross  Saturday, December 16, 2023.  Beloved wife of Lowell Ross for 51 years; dearest mom of Charles Robert (Lisa) Ross, Amy Renee Ross and Kayla Marie Tidwell; dear grandma of Erica (Adam) Roberson, Jacob (Rachel) Ross and Alexander Ross; great grandma of Pennelope Cook; dear sister of Phyllis Martin, Rev. Fred (Holly) Martin, Kathryn Story and the late Alfredia Freeman, sister-in-law, aunt, cousin and friend.

Visitation at Parkton Assembly of God 1670 Old State Road M Barnhart, MO 63012 Wednesday, December 20, 2023, 10am until service at 12pm.  Interment Shepherd Hills Cemetery.  Arrangements by Kutis South County Chapel.


5 thoughts on “Ross, Mercides Lethia”

  1. I will always cherish all the years if fun and laughs we have had together. I’m honored to have known you and be able to call you family. I am deeply sorry for your family and wish them all the healing and prayers and to always remember the good times they had with you. All my love Christy

  2. I am so sorry for you loss. She was a beautiful woman and was loved. She lived a full life with her children and a great man that is her husband. She will be missed but never ever forgotten. She will always be with you in heart,spirit and soul. She is your angel and will watch over the family always.

  3. Mercides what a wonderful woman. A true Christian inspiration to everyone she touched. Thank you for the Love you shared. RIP🌹our angel 😇

  4. This lady here was such a special and unique woman. I’ve known her my entire life & there never was a kinder soul. She was my rock, she wasn’t my sister in law, she was my sister. I know you are running down the streets of gold now and you are whole again. Losing you is tough, but knowing where you are is a comfort. Until we meet again sis. I love you

  5. Mercedes was very nice to me when we met just that one time I brought things for Amy’s ministry. She helped me carry everything in. Offered be a drink and food I think. I know the love Amy and Kayla had for her and Alex made her very happy and rejoiced getting to love and take care of him. I pray God wraps all her family and friends in his loving arms and lets the family know he has her now and she is the happiest she has ever been.


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