John Thomas Gross
November 3, 1958 - April 26, 2020
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John Thomas Gross, 61, of Fort Mitchell, KY passed away on Sunday, April 26, 2020. He was a member of St. Agnes Church, an advocate on behalf of the Americans with Disabilities Act in the Kentucky School Systems and an admissions representative for Brown Mackie College in Woodlawn, Ohio. John was a graduate of Thomas More College with a Bachelors Degree in English and Business. John loved walking, hiking, exercising, being outdoors, horse racing and most of all being with his family. He was preceded in death by his mother: Joann Gross and sister: Ann Gross. John is survived by his father: Kenneth Gross; his loving wife: Kathy Steinhaus; children: Abigail (Andy) France, Victoria (Trevor) Sigman, Jacob Gross, Aaron (Tabatha) Steinhaus and Nicole Steinhaus; brothers: Michael (Jelly) Gross and Christopher (Debbie) Gross; sisters: Mary Jo (Bruce) Stroup, Beth (Ken) Shumate, Susan (Ron) Harstad and Patricia (Kevin) Gribben; beloved grandchildren: Annabelle, Tristan, Thea, Savannah, Cali, Lou Lou and Nate as well as 13 nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be scheduled for all to attend at a later date. Memorials are suggested to: Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, 2045 Gilbert Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 and/or St. Elizabeth Hospice, 483 South Loop Road, Edgewood, Kentucky 41017. Connley Brothers Funeral Home, Latonia, KY is serving the family. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
Cousin Mic - May 12, 2020
Been thinking about my cousin a lot over the last couple of weeks and miss him dearly. Here are some of the words and places that won't be quite the same without him...John was the funny cousin and some of this will only put a memory smile on a few faces: Alpo Pies, facing out the back of a station wagon, Coke not pop, the quarry, Brown Bash, egg toss, corn hole, square dancing at a wedding reception in a fire hall, Covington, Genoa, Oak Harbor. Taking comfort knowing that Gramma Brown is laughing again. Miss ya man. Cousin Mic
Uncle Earl, Aunt Pat and Cousin Ron - May 2, 2020
We send our deepest sympathy to all the Gross family. We know how much John will be missed. We are fortunate enough to have been his uncle, aunt and cousin. We are so proud of the caring that he had for other people. Uncle Earl will miss the "back and forth" he always had with John, but John always came out one step ahead of him. Hopefully the sorrow will be over shadowed by all the good memories of John. Love to all, Uncle Earl, Aunt Pat and Cousin Ron
Rob,Mary and Ryan Wittman - May 2, 2020
To the Whole Gross Family, We are sending love, comfort & peace to you all as John is making his journey to a much nicer and peaceful place of rest. John was always such a joy to be around, as he always "lit up the room" where ever he was. Such a Special guy and we are honored and blessed to have been apart of his family and life. Soar high John, we know you will always be smiling down upon us. We will Truly miss you. Love to you all. Rob, Mary and Ryan.
Jerry & Marie Wittman - May 1, 2020
John was always so loving and caring, especially towards his family. Weekends together as kids on Superior Street in Genoa at Grandma and Grandpa's were some of the best memories. He will definitely be missed. Love to all of you.
Geraldine Girand (Jerrie) - May 1, 2020
To Ken, Kathy, his children, and entire family, I am so sorry for the loss of John. I talked to him at length at the funeral of his grandmother, my aunt Liz and I have said numerous times to my other "sister", Pat Wittman, he was such a nice, friendly, happy, handsome young man. May you all have the comfort of knowing how much he was thought of. God bless you all.
The Youtsey Family - Apr 29, 2020
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time!
Mary Chapin - Apr 28, 2020
Kathy, Abby, Nicole, Aaron, Tory and Jake, My heart aches for you in this time of loss. Johnny was such a good man and brought joy wherever he was. May God give you comfort and peace during this sad time. Remember Johnny was a blessing to all. Love, Mary Chapin