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Ross L. Mollohan

Together Again 

Ross L. Mollohan, age 88, of Doylestown, died peacefully Nov. 29. Ross was born April 4th, 1933, in Stinson, West Virginia to Russell and Bernice Mollohan. Ross grew up in Tuppers Plains, Ohio in Meigs County and later served proudly in the United States Army, stationed at Fort Lewis outside of Seattle, Washington. While serving in the military, Ross met and married the former Alice Westerlund in June of 1955. They were married for 64 years until her passing April 5, 2019. Ross spent his career as a professional truck driver, working for several companies during that time before retiring in 1998. In his spare time he enjoyed hunting and fishing with his four sons and attending their sporting events and activities. Later in life Ross and Alice enjoyed the company of their grandchildren, great-grandchildren and close friends. He is survived by his sons, Ross (Rebecca), Russell (Kimberly), Brian (Lynn) and Jeff (Kim); grandchildren, Erika Earnest (Mark), Sarah Voloschuk (Christopher), Elizabeth Dolence (Tony), Brian Mollohan (Selena) and Travis Mollohan. Also surviving are great-grandchildren, Jocelyn, Gavin, Kaleb, Lucy and Lyla as well as sisters, Glenna Sanders, Helen Milhone and Carol Anne Vance.  Funeral services will be private and limited to family members only. Burial will take place at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Seville, Ohio with military honors. His sons and their spouses would like to thank the Palliative Care staff at Summa Health Hospital in Akron for the wonderful and compassionate care Ross received. In lieu of flowers, please make a contribution to the charity of your choice.

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  1. Bob Powell on December 14, 2021 at 4:22 pm

    I knew Ross when we were young men in Tuppers Plains.I went in the Army on June1,1956.I was shipped to Fort Lewis in June.I visit Ross at his house maybe in July for a weekend.We went out the lake and I really enjoyed the weekend.I stopped at his home in the summer of 1959 when I was driving a t/t from Tuppers Plains.R.I.P. buddie.

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