Phyllis Joan Gross of Barefoot Bay, Fl. Passed away peacefully at the William Childs Hospice House on July 26, 2022. She is survived by her husband Ralph L Gross and three children, Ralph (Carolyn) Gold of Golf Shores, Alabama, Roger (Carol) Gold of Cheektowaga, NY, and Joanne (David) Beyer of Barefoot Bay, FL. Phyllis is also survived by six grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren.
Phyllis enjoyed life and making friends wherever she went. She loved being with her husband and riding their Harley Davison as often as they could, going miles and miles just to enjoy a great ride!
She was a member of the Legion Riders, Abate, and the Rolling Thunder motorcycle groups.
To honor Phyllis’s life there will be a private Family service at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery on Thursday August 11, 2022 at 10 AM, followed by a Celebration of life at the American Legion Post 81, 2909 Harbor City Blvd. Melbourne, FL from 1 PM – 3 PM.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to William Childs Hospice House, 381 Med Plex Way, Palm Bay, FL 32907.
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