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Elbert "Bud" Ross

September 6, 1939 — March 23, 2020

Elbert "Bud" Ross

Bud was born September 6, 1939 to Elbert Emer and Elzina Dayley Ross in Burley, Idaho.  He passed away on March 23, 2020 from Parkinson's Disease in his home, surrounded by family.  He fought valiently for 15 years.

He was a devout member of his faith (LDS) and had served a mission to the Central States Mission. In 1964, he married the love of his life in the SLC temple, a marriage that would last nearly 56 years.

He was a hard worker, who provided well for his family.  He joined the Army National Guard and served over 30 years, which became his main career serving most of that time at guard headquarters in Draper, UT.

Bud was a fire cracker who loved to share his stories with friends and family alike.  Whether he was singing songs with his baritone uke or working on a project in his woodshop, he was always pursuing his passions.

Preceded by his parents; Deone Ross and Howard Ross (siblings).

Survived by Donna Dickman Ross (wife); Showna Ross Scott, Russ Ross (Joanna) (children); Alix Wallingford, Devyn Lambert, Matty Scott, Isabella Ross (grandchildren); Darlene (Ross) Passey, Elaine (Ross) Cox (siblings); and Mason Wallingford (great grandson)

A private family graveside service will be held at Grantsville City Cemetery on Saturday, March 28th.

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Graveside Service

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Starts at 3:00 pm (Mountain time)

Grantsville Cemetery

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