Tributes to funny, witty and kind-hearted Cumbrian man



Tributes have been paid to a popular Carlisle man who has died suddenly.
Dean Ross, 38, died at the city's Cumberland Infirmary after suffering a cardiac arrest while with friends.
His parents Harry and Pat Ross, of Wetheral, say Dean was "loving" and will be remembered for his humour and wit as well as his charm and sensitivity.
Dean moved to Carlisle in 1984 with his parents when they took over the Howard Arms pub in Lowther Street.
Then aged six, Dean was a pupil at the city's Brook Street Primary School before moving up to join Trinity School, in Strand Road.
He was 12 when... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 19
Source: News & Star
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