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In Loving Memory

Russo, Ross M.

Russo, Ross M.

Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Saturday, September 9, 2023. Loving husband of Patricia L. “Trish” Russo (nee Kayser). Beloved son of the late Rossolino and Edith Russo. Dear brother of Joann O’Neal. Loving fur Daddy of Gia and the late Nina. Our dear brother-in-law, uncle, cousin “Cuz”, and friend.  Mr. Russo obtained his Bachelors and Masters Degree in Business Mangement and worked in the automotive industry.  Ross was the proud owner of Russo’s Bar and Grill in Fenton, MO.


Services: Funeral from the Kutis City Chapel, 2906 Gravois, Sat., September 16, 9:30 a.m. to St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church for 10 a.m. Mass. Interment will be private.  Visitation Friday, 4-9 p.m.



9 thoughts on “Russo, Ross M.”

  1. Tricia, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Keep all your precious moments close to your heart. Hugs!

  2. Oh my Gosh, I wish i’d known. He has been on my mind. Haven’t seen him since Belvidere but was a great friend through my career at Chrysler and at Russo’s in Valley Park ,he always said Fenton😂 as it sounded better to him. I used to tease him about his nose😉. He was a great sport with those jabs. Well Russo, RIP man.

  3. Dear Trisha and family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. May your memories bring you peace and comfort. Plese know that you are in my thoughts during these difficult times. Trish, I am in St. Louis very often and I hope I can see you very soon. God bless you.
    Denys Navarro Jucharico

  4. Kathrine Segasture
    We are shocked and saddened to learn of Russo’s passing. Our hearts are broken for Trisha and those who knew him best. some of our favorite memories of Russo come from spending St. Patrick’s Day at their home in Dogtown. If we enjoyed ourselves to much at the parade and couldn’t remember their address, we could always find our way by looking for the Italian flag proudly displayed hanging from their front porch. Trisha would welcome us in making sure we all had plenty to eat and drink. Outside in the backyard Russo would be manning the grill with equal joy making sure everyone had enough to eat and something to wash it down with. We knew any story Russo was about to tell was going to be a good one if it began with “I gotta guy…”. Wel Russon now you have THE BIG GUY welcoming you home making sure you have eternal life. We will miss you, Godspeed our friend.
    The Segasture Family

  5. In Loving Memory of Our Dear Brother-in-law Ross “Cuz” Russo. You brought Joy and Laughter to Our Lives. Our Sister “Trish’s True soulmate. You are Loved and will be Greatly Missed.
    The KAYSER Family

  6. I just learned of Butch’s passing and am so sorry for your loss. Although we had lost touch in recent years, he was fun to be with & I always considered him a dear friend. We graduated Central HS together & Butch served as best man in my wedding many years ago.
    RIP, Butch. You will be remembered always.
    Love, Marilyn


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