Earline Ross

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Earline Ross, a beloved member of the Columbus community and a retiree from General Motors, will be celebrated for a life well-lived and memories cherished. Born in Maybeury, WV on June 29, 1944, Earline was a graduate of East High School in Columbus, Ohio and excelled in her career at General Motors.

Family was at the center of Earline’s world, and she found joy in spending time with her children and grandchildren. An accomplished cook, she would often gather her loved ones around the table to enjoy her delicious meals. A devoted member of Triedstone Missionary Baptist Church, Earline generously served in the Nurses Ministry, Usher Board, and shared her beautiful voice in the church choir.

Earline’s genuine love for literature led her on many adventures through the pages of her books and the challenge of word searches. She touched the lives of many and will be remembered for her kind heart, warm smile, beautiful dimples and unwavering faith.

She was preceded in death by her parents Early Houston English Sr and Corrine Moore English.

Left to cherish her memory, children Derrick Lamont Ross Sr., Horace Ross and Chrystal Lynn Ross; grandchildren, Artae Lamar Ross, India Tutt, Derrick E. ( Tiara) Ross Jr., Derrion L. Ross, Brandon L. Evans, Travis D. Cole, Christopher Ross, and Auntae Cox; sisters, Brenda M. English and Diann Harris; brothers Early H. (Patricia) English Jr. and Shawn (Jennifer) English and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Visitation 10:00am and Home Going Service 11:00am Saturday March 9, 2024 at Triedstone Missionary Baptist Church 858 E. 3rd. Ave.

Earline Ross leaves behind a legacy of love, devotion, and kindness, embodied by her children, grandchildren, and extended family. In her honor, let us gather to celebrate a life well-lived and a spirit that will forever be cherished.

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  1. Dr. Mary McWilliams

    Loved my Ms. Earline. I will always cherish our pew giggles on Sunday mornings before, during and after service. Between her and Ms. Hattie’s cutting up, it was never a dull moment over in our corner. It was always comforting to see her in her spot- 4th row on the corner, left side behind Ms. Hattie with her candy bag. She will be missed.

  2. May this beautiful soul and cherished cousin rest in the arms of Jesus. We will miss you.
    Cousin Carla

  3. Carol Jefferson “Cuda”

    My sincere condolences and prayers go out to the family. She was such a loving person and I will never her kindness towards me when Artae introduced me to his granny when I first moved into the city.

  4. UAW Local969 Retiree Chapter

    UAW Local 969 Retiree Chapter send our deepest condolences at the passing of Earline. So, many of our members remember working with her at the plant. And how helpful she was during Operation Feed. Earline was always kind and willing to help others on the job. Our membership will be keeping your family in our prayers.

  5. Elder Delores Greene

    Earline was a sweetheart. She was kind. and considerate and showed her love for Christ. She will be missed. You have my condolences

  6. Shantee Tiller

    Condolences. May the Peace of God comfort family and friends. May Aunt Earline rest in peace.

  7. Anthony D.Tutt

    I am sorry for your loss and praying for your family love and comfort to you a s you trust, lean and rely on god and each other

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