Graham Ross Obituary, Death We would like to extend our deepest condolences to the Town End Farm family on the loss of Graham Ross (Meister), who was taken from this world much too soon. We are saddened by the fact that Graham was taken from us. Graham Ross was a valuable contributor to the operation of the farm and his absence will be keenly felt. We feel an overwhelming sense of loss due to the fact that he was stolen from us against our will. On December 8, 2022, at the age of 57, Partner, who had his full and complete dedication, loving father to Laura and Gavin, and closest father-in-law to Richie, passed away. Partner was remembered for his full and complete dedication, loving father to Laura and Gavin, and closest father-in-law to Richie. The man who was remembered as having Partner’s whole and undivided attention was “Partner.” One of Richie’s closest relatives was his father-in-law, who went by the name Partner. a loving grandpa who cherished the time he got to spend with his grandchildren, Rose, Zak, Tyler, and Jacob. He was devoted to his grandchildren.
As well as being Kath’s most cherished and highly remarkable brother-in-law, Chris’s best pal, and the brother Chris adores the most, he is also Chris. Chris adores him the most. Also, a Loyal Uncle to Michael, and a Dear Friend to an Uncountable Number of Friends, anyone who wishes to pay their respects is encouraged to do so at the Sunderland Crematorium on Friday, January 6 at 2:00 p.m. in order to do so. Also, a Devoted Uncle to Michael, and a Dear Friend to an Uncountable Number of Friends. The funeral service will take place so that we can fulfill this need. a loving grandpa who cherished the time he got to spend with his grandchildren, Rose, Zak, Tyler, and Jacob. He was devoted to his grandchildren. The members of our family and friends who are planning to attend the memorial service for Graham would be grateful if they could come dressed in whatever it is that makes them feel the most at ease.
We would appreciate it if they could come dressed in whatever it is that allows them to feel the most at ease. This is in line with the desires that Graham has communicated, and it would be to everyone’s satisfaction if they were able to grant his stipulations. Everyone is invited to share their recollections of Graham at the Hepworth and Grandage Social Club (henceforth referred to as “Heppies”) once the funeral service has concluded. In addition, there will be a variety of alternatives for refreshments accessible throughout this time. If you are a member of the deceased person’s family, please only send flowers to the funeral service. If you do not wish to send flowers, you are welcome to make a contribution to the Epilepsy Foundation instead. There will be a box at the crematorium for people to place their contributions in if they choose to do so. Flowers are welcome, but they must come from a member of the family in order to be considered appropriate.