Clinton Cooper Ross, born June 2, 1972, in Clarkston, Wash., to Bob and Donna Ross, was tragically taken from this life on Nov. 22, 2014, in Ford, Wash.
From early on, Clint was a happy, full of life, fun guy and one of the strongest men around, a gentle giant. Working hard was a passion with Clint. Everyone who knew him was amazed at his strength and power. Although, he frustrated a couple of his bosses because he pulled two chain saws in half after they got stuck in a log he was cutting.
He was always ready and willing to help others. He never met a stranger. He was an avid outdoors kind of man. He loved animals and especially liked to work with and train horses. He had many jobs throughout his short life but really enjoyed working in the woods like his dad.
Clint enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and spending time with friends and family.
He is survived by his parents at Cottonwood; daughters, Angela Ross and Cassy Ross of Culdesac; his soul mate, Crystal; sister, Jeanie (Dan) VonBargen; brothers, Scott (Tara) Ross, and Joe Ross all of Cottonwood; nieces and nephews, Shelby and Shayla VonBargen, Tanner, Devin and Wyatt Ross, Kendra and Ronnie Chandler, Tyler, Justin and Dalton Ross, all of Cottonwood; along with numerous aunts, uncles and friends, too many to count.
A Rosary was held Saturday, Nov. 29, with Mass following celebrated by Fr. Paul Wander at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Cottonwood. Internment followed at the Keuterville Cemetery.
The family suggests memorials be made to Animal Ark or any organization of your choice in Clint’s honor. Uhlorn Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
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