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Janice Sullivan Ross

Janice2009Janice Sullivan Ross wife of Robert "Bob" Ross were both serving as Missionaries in Guatemala, died in an automobile accident on September 2, 2009. Memorial services for Bob and Janice will be held on Saturday September 26 at 2:00 PM at Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church under the direction of James and Sikes Funeral Maddox Chapel of Marianna.

Janice Ross was born in Marianna FL July 22, 1948 to Frances Day Sullivan and the late James M. Sullivan. After graduating from High School she went on to Florida State University where she earned her Master’s in Library Science. She retired as Librarian of the FSU Law Library in 2005. She is survived by her mother Frances Sullivan Walters, a Foster brother Jerry McIntyre of Quincy FL and numerous cousins and other relatives in the area. She is also survived by three step children of the heart Adam Ross, Jonathan Ross and Mary Ross as well as 4 grandchildren.

Together they began their mission in 2005 and were serving in Panajachel Guatemala.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Marvin Chapel Free Will Baptist Church building fund or to your favorite charity.

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