Farmer Gross, 77 of Sebastian Florida, passed away Friday, May 29, 2020 at Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital, Vero Beach.
Farmer was born in Curt, Kentucky and has been a resident of Sebastian for 22 years coming from Lebanon, Ohio.
Farmer was a United States Army veteran having served as a medic in Germany during the Vietnam War. He worked as an Elevator Mechanic for the Dover Elevator Co and the Miami Elevator Co. Farmer retired from the Dover Elevator Co. in 1998. After his retirement and relocating to Sebastian, he worked for the Windsor Golf Club, Vero Beach, Florida for 18 years. He was a member of the Italian American Club and was an avid golfer with two holes in one.
Farmer was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Menty Belle Gross; brothers, Cleatous, Eugene, Daily, Oramous Gross; sisters, Delcie Bowling, Hazel Henson, Christine Trowbridge and Malvory Jackson.
Farmer is survived by his wife of 52 years, Linda Gross of Sebastian; daughters, Melissa Ann Bonnett (Anthony) of Madrid, Spain and Amanda Gayle Koerner (David) of Sebastian; brothers, George Gross, Delmar Gross and Henry Gross all of Middletown, Ohio and numerous nieces and nephews.
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