Edward Low Ross, 61, member of the Temple Quarry Chapter. , and well-known railroad worker, died Dec. 4, 1969 in a Salt Lake City hospital of natural causes.

Mr. Ross worked 26 years as a clerk with the Union Pacific Railroad Company. He was a member of the Promontory Chapter of the Railroad Historical Society and the Old Timers Club No. 10. Active in church work, he was assistant High Priests group leader and a genealogist. He attended Snow College for two years.

He was born April 1, 1908 in Austin, Sevier County, Utah, a son of Joseph and Clara Lowe Ross. He married Grace Harden April 26, 1937, the marriage being solemnized later in the Salt Lake Temple.

Survivors include: widow; daughters, Marianne, Taylorsville; Nancy Loveless, Kearns; six grandchildren; on brother, Nile, Salt Lake City; sisters, Mrs. William (Helen) Barnett, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Albert R. (Ila) Jensen, Brea, Calif.

The funeral service was held Dec. 6, 1969 at 4330 South Redwood Road and burial was in the Valley View Memorial Park.

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