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Ross Sutcliffe

Sutcliffe, Ross We regret to announce the passing of Ross Sutcliffe (January 7, 1946-April 2, 2019). Ross is survived by his wife of 50 years, Nadine; his 2 sons, David and Murray and their partners Penny and Julie. Also survived by his grandchildren; Asha, Alex (Meaghan), Kyle, Ashlyn, Thorne and great-grandchild; Atticus. Cremation has already taken place and, although the family appreciates all offers of condolence, there will be no memorial service per Ross' requests.13333813
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Deepest sympathy
Posted by Michael and Lise Charlton (Acquaintances) On Friday, April 19, 2019
Was saddened to hear this news. He was indeed a soft spoken man with a non-threatening personality. We entrusted our car to him at Autoworks with the utmost faith and trust. I only knew Ross through his garage but we always felt "at home" with him sitting across from him in his office. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers to his family.
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Posted by Marsha Stanley (Neice) On Saturday, April 13, 2019
Aunt Nadine and family,

We are so sorry to hear of Uncle Ross' passing. I regret that so much time has passed since our families were last together. He will always be remembered with a great smile and joyful laugh. May you find comfort with many memories through these difficult days. Xxoo

Sincere sympathy
Posted by Eddie and Cathy Haley (Acquaintance) On Friday, April 12, 2019
Ross was an incredible skilled mechanic. He was well respected in the community always honest and fair. Our thought and prayers go out to Nadine and family. Please know you are all there in our thoughts and prayers.

Cathy and Ed

Sincere sympathies
Posted by The Paulitzkiís (Friends & business acquaintances) On Friday, April 12, 2019
Nadine & family,

We were so sorry to hear of Ross’ passing. Dave was quite upset to hear the news. He has many wonderful memories of Ross going as far back to his childhood. We hope your memories of him will comfort you as you deal with his absence. You are in our thoughts.

Posted by Gary Croteau (friend) On Thursday, April 11, 2019
Ross and his wife Nadine were customers while I was

in business in EL. Ross was a quiet and soft spoken

gentlemen with a great sense of humor. To Nadine

and the family our deepest sympathy. Gary and

Pat Croteau

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