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Edna Gross

12/22/1937 - 01/02/2019

Obituary for Edna Gross

Edna Gross age 81 of Hamilton passed away Wednesday January 2, 2019. She was born December 22, 1937 in Cincinnati, Ohio the daughter of the late John and Nettie (nee Kirl) Clark. Edna was a bus driver for the Cincinnati and Hamilton City Schools. She enjoyed camping, playing cards, and spending time with her family. She is survived by her husband James Gross, Sr.; seven children Sonny Caudill, Maria Dill, twins Johnny Caudill and Annette Hagenschneider, Margie Hajer, Ginger Link, and Jimmy Gross; several grandchildren; numerous great grandchildre, a great-great granddaughter, and two sisters Ginny Mulligan and Alice Clark. Visitation at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield on Wednesday January 16, 2019 from 5:00 PM until the time of the memorial service at 7:00 PM. www.websterfuneralhomes.com

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When I was young, I remember Dad would take Linda, Dan and myself to Aunt Edna and Uncle Rolland's house in Sharonville. Aunt Edna was always smiling and always in the kitchen. She had her hands full with a house full of children. She would be folding laundry. I swear she would have mounds of clothes. I was always amazed at how much laundry she would be folding, which to this day is a chore I avoid at all costs. Not Aunt Edna, she was folding, smiling, and laughing with whomever was there. She hosted many in her home, family and friends alike. Usually the kids were sent outdoors to entertain ourselves while the adults played cards and such. She had a smile that would light up a room and alaugh that just made you smile. You can see what a person she was by the love her childdren have for her. Unfortunately when I grew into an adult the time spent with her became nonexisting. I find myself today wishing I had taken more time to keep the connection with her and others that have left this earth to their heavenly home. Aunt Edna, while our paths have not recently crossed, my love for you remained. Love you always.
- Judy Cocklin
Edna... helped me when I didn't know what I was going to do. I had three young kids in school and trying to work 60 hours a week. Edna was a God sent. She got my kids off the bus for me . Fed them took them to parks and museums. She was their adopted grandma. My mom lives in another state she filled that place in my kids lives. They are grown now with kids of their own. But have so many great memories of their times with edna. My children and I was blessed to have edna in our lives. She will be so dearly missed. Love always. Angel
- Angel Corey
SHE WAS AND ALWAYS BE ONE OF THE GREATEST WOMEN I'VE HAD THE PRIVLEGDE OF KNOWING. SHE MADE SURE TO LET ALL OF HER GRANDCHILDREN KNOW HOW MUCH SHE LOVED US AND WAS ALWAYS THERE TO BE THE EARS IF WE NEEDED TO TALK AND THE SHOULDERS IF WE NEEDED TO CRY. SHE WAS AMAZING!!!!! I WILL FOREVER CHERISH OUR TRIPS TO THE CAMP GROUNDS FOR LONG WEEKENDS AND SUMMER VACATIONS AND THE DAYS OF SITTING AROUND THE DINING ROOM TABLE DOING PUFFY PAINT SHIRTS AND PAINTING CERAMICS WITH HER, SHE WAS ALWAYS SO CREATIVE AND SUCH A BEAUTIFUL PERSON INSIDE AND OUT. I'M GOING TO MISS YOU GRANDMA AND WILL LOVE YOU FOR ETERNITY!!!!!
- JAIMIE BOWLING

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