Condolences for William Bradford Ross, III

Beth Mylroie posted on 12/4/20

Dearest Robinette, Clearing out files I came across your beautiful xmas card from 2012. I am so very sorry for your loss and that I was not aware until now. Gerry loved Brad like a brother. Often referring to him as "Uncle" and still to this day, our children will refer to him as such. Perhaps we can pick up the pieces and re-establish that wonderful friendship from long ago that began with Brad introducing himself at a "cotillion" we attended as newly weds ...peace and love


Rachael Ross Harwood posted on 12/18/17

Mrs. Ross, I am so sorry for your loss. Mr. Ross was such a kind and loving man! He will truest be missed at Sportsmans Grille. I am so glad that he stopped by for one last visit! I apologize I didn’t make it to the service, I am just now reading this. Hope to see you soon. Love you and praying for you!


Gail Burns posted on 12/18/17

Brad, you will be greatly missed. I will miss our talks, your laugh and your positive disposition. I know you are at peace now. Robinette, my thoughts and prayers are with you.


Rick and Mary Howard posted on 12/14/17

We were so very sorry to hear of Brads passing. We will never forget Brads good humor. Brad knew so much history about Virginia, Maryland, and Wyoming and we all enjoyed his storie in the times we visited the farm. Sending prayers to the whole family.


Susan and Mark Shaffer posted on 12/13/17

Dear Brad and Family, Mark and I want to extend our sincerest condolences. We have memories of sitting with your dad and having wonderful conversations at the Farm. We also know from many conversations with you how much your dad meant to you. Please accept our prayers and blessings for your entire family. Warmest regards, Susan and Mark Shaffer


Cindy (Cary) Smith posted on 12/12/17

We are so very sorry for your loss Robin and family.


Jo Beth Stoddard posted on 12/12/17

I remember going to Maden Farm for some Ross family function when I was younger and being surrounded by the warmth and love of the Ross family. At the helm that day was Uncle Brad. He was in joyful spirits and made sure everyone was having a great time. Thankful to have spent time with him and his wonderful family. Sending prayers of peace to the Ross family.


Joan Waynick posted on 12/12/17

Robin, I am so sorry for your loss. I think of you often, and offer my sincerest sympathy.