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Arthur Gross

Arthur Louis Gross

Tuesday, December 4th, 1928 - Sunday, May 19th, 2019
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Obituary

Arthur Louis Gross, 90, of Thornton, NH. died May 19, 2019 at Speare Memorial Hospital, in Plymouth, after a brief battle with cancer.

Born in Norton, Massachusetts on December 4, 1928, he was the son of Clifford and Alexcina (Marien) Gross.

Arthur grew up in Beebe River, NH. and attended Beebe River Schools. He graduated from Plymouth High School, class of 1946, where he lettered in varsity sports. He then attended the University of New Hampshire. He was a long-time resident of Thornton.

Arthur worked at the Jack-O-Lantern for many years as a cook and at the front desk. He worked for forty-three years at Draper Corporation, in Beebe River, in the Management Department.

Arthur served the town of Thornton for 35 plus years as the Town Administrator and as a selectman. He was a life-long member of the West Thornton Grange, and a past Cub Scout Master.

Arthur was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting and fishing.

Arthur was predeceased by his wife, Irma Mary Gross, who died in June of 2009.

Arthur is survived by his children, Arthur C. Gross (Linda), Susan E. Superchi both of Campton, Anita C. Ross (Robert) of Thornton, 6 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, a brother, Arnold Gross (Laura) of Franklin, TN, sisters, Dorothy West and Janet Smith, both of Springfield, MO. one niece and many nephews.

A graveside service will be on Friday, May 24th, at 3pm, in the Pine Grove Cemetery, NH Route 175, Thornton. The Rev. David Kneeland, pastor of St. Joseph’s Church, in Lincoln, will officiate.

In lieu of flowers, donation may be made in Arthur’s memory to the PRHS Bobcats Football Team, C/O PRHS Boosters Club, Plymouth Regional High School, 86 Old Ward Bridge Road, Plymouth, NH. 03264. Checks made out to; Treasurer PRHS Booster Club. In the memo, Memory of Arthur L. Gross.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday, May 24th, 2019 | 3:00pm
    When
    Friday, May 24th, 2019 3:00pm
    Location
    Pine Grove Cemetery
    Address
    NH Route #175
    Thornton, NH 03223
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    Officiant
    Rev. David Kneeland
  • Interment

    Location
    Pine Grove Cemetery
    Address
    NH Route #175
    Thornton, NH 03223
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Private Condolence

Michelle Queen-Fairbrother

Posted at 03:58pm
Uncle Arthur, this is who you have been to me since I was knee-high to a grasshopper and you will remain so in my heart forever... I'm so sorry for your families loss and the Town of Thornton. Never have I seen two people like you and Aunt Irma that dedicated so much of your lives to your town! I'm sure I'll never witness this again. We all have so many memories of your both... Our first trip from Ohio to NH when there was not highway, only Route 3. The crank phone on the wall in your livingroom/diningroom. The bedpan that my mother wouldn't allow Aunt Irma to leave in the room for us... Always being there for us when we needed help as "flatlanders" that moved up to NH and became your Niece, great-niece and great nephew. Thanksgivings, Christmas times and just everyday times. When you and Aunt Irma stood up for my Mom & Dad at their wedding on that snowy November evening. I could go on an on and on... Mostly I will miss those beautiful eyes and amazing smile and great big hug! Rest in peace and find your beautiful bride you have been without for so many years, find my Dad too and talk a little hunting and fishing! He'll be happy you have joined him.
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Sally Davis

Posted at 06:56pm
Arthur was so welcoming to me when I moved to Thornton in 1999. We shared some experiences with town government and I valued his knowledge and his passion for being involved. He even got to the 2029 March Town Meeting and it was great to see him again. I a grateful for his friendship and Thornton owes him so much!

Sally Davis
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