Linda Gail Pergram Ross, 74, of Owingsville, Kentucky, passed away peacefully on Friday, February 9, 2024. She was born on September 6, 1949, in Olympia, Kentucky, to the late, George Washington Pergram and Ethel Montjoy Pergram. Linda was known for her sweet and kind personality. She was a beloved person who brought joy to the lives of her family and friends.
Linda had a fulfilling career at Bluegrass Industries, where she dedicated herself to her work as a seamstress. Beyond her professional life, Linda had a vibrant and diverse range of hobbies and interests. She found solace in the tranquility of fishing, enjoying the peacefulness of being surrounded by nature. She also had an unexpected passion for wrestling and could often be found engrossed in matches or cheering on her favorite wrestlers.
Family was always paramount to Linda, and she cherished the moments spent with her loved ones. In addition to her parents, Linda was preceded in death by her brother Robert Pergram. Linda is survived by two brothers: Donald Pergram (Darlene) and Orville Pergram (Barbara), her two nieces Evelyn Crouch (Robert) and Kim Hatton (Kenny). Additionally, two great nephews, Allen Crouch and Chris Hatton and a special friend and caregiver named Polly Shepard Lewis (Ricky Gee). Polly's unwavering love and support were invaluable to Linda during both good times and bad.
Linda Gail Ross will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. Her sweet nature, kind heart, and warm spirit touched the lives of everyone she encountered. She will forever remain in our hearts as a source of inspiration to cherish our loved ones and embrace every moment with love and kindness.
At the request of Linda herself, there will be no services conducted.
In Lieu of flowers, contributions can be sent to Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville to help with the funeral expenses.
The Michael R. Gray Funeral Home in Owingsville is caring for all the arrangements for Linda Gail Ross.