Frances Pauline Armstrong Ross, of Dacula GA, formerly of Doraville GA. went to be with the Lord on March 8th 2014. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 53 years Charles C. Ross Sr. She is survived by 3 children Charles & Charlene Ross, Gene & Margie Ross, & Jan & Richard Alexander, 7 grandchildren Brad & Jean Ross, Micah & Lynette Ross, Josh & Honey Bray, Jill & Jon Hutson, Suzanne Ross, Alissa & Scott Walsh, & Daniel & Iza Bray. Frances is also survived by 17 great-grandchildren & several nieces & nephews. Frances was the eldest of 5 siblings all of whom are deceased. She was a faithful member of Hebron Baptist Church in Dacula, GA since 1998. She loved the Joy Sunday School Class & her faithful friends there. She was a loving wife and homemaker, Mother, beloved Grandma, Mema, & GG. The family would also like to give a very special thank you to Mandy Norton & staff at Ashton Senior Living Center. A funeral service will be held at Wages & Sons Funeral Home Gwinnett Chapel on Tuesday March the 11th at 1pm with visitation from 11 am to 1 pm prior to the service. Reverend Mac Palmer will officiate. Burial will follow at North Atlanta Memorial Park in Doraville GA.

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  1. Ms. Frances was a special lady, always smiling. She was a role model for all of us.
    I will deeply miss her. My prayers and thoughts are with the family.
    Betty Wolfe
    Joy Sunday School Class

  2. To all the family of Frances Ross,
    Jan, Gene, Charles etc
    Your Mom will be missed greatly.
    You are in our prayers and thoughts as
    you celebrate your Mother’s long and wonderful life.
    May the Holy Spirit comfort and pour out his peace on all of you.
    I will always remember the great times I had as a kid always being
    welcomed in her home in Doraville all the times I was there
    visiting and seeing my dear friend Jan.

    In his Love,

    Kenneth & Charlene Vroman

  3. My family and I would like to extend our heart felt condolences to the family of Mrs. Frances Ross. She was such a sweet, amazing lady! Our family had visited with Mrs. Frances at her home on several occassions and she was always so hospitable. I remember one time she fed us pound cake with cherry ice cream. My children loved playing with her fat, little weenie dog, Rusty. Boy, she had him so spoiled! Mrs. Frances was always so easy to talk to and she loved people. My only regret is that I did not get to know her any sooner in my life. May God Bless You in the assurance that she is resting safely in the arms of Jesus.


    Jim and Julie Peevy (Carter, Caleb, Spencer, and Kate)

  4. May God comfort all of you at this time.
    You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Frances was a great lady and full of joy.
    We know she is rejoicing in her heavenly home.

  5. To the family of Frances Ross, I want to say that she was a terrific lady and you were truly blessed. I knew her through the Joy Class at Hebron. I would be very happy if I could be half the person she was. God bless and comfort all of you as you treasure your wonderful memories.

  6. I loved talking to Ms. Francis when I would call to set up her HVAC appointments. I have missed talking to her these last 2 years. Today I decided to see if I could find out what had happened with her and found her obit online. She was such a sweet lady. She would always tell me how old she now was each time I talked to her. Sometimes we would talk for 30 minutes. She just missed turning 100 before she went to be with Jesus. Love you Ms. Francis.

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