As the new day’s dawn had broken, Ross McCoy finally surrendered to our Lord, after a long fight. His body was battered and broken, his spirit mighty and strong. And after a good fight the Lord decided Ross had had enough. Ross left with the Lord into His eternal care. On Tuesday morning October 12, 2021 after a month of struggling for his life. Ross was truly graced on this Earth with the opportunity to have lived two lives, he gave hope to the hopeless and freedom to the imprisoned. He never gave up a chance to help another person. His recovery was so important to him.
There was never a dull moment when Ross was around. He sang like Johnny Cash but danced like James Brown. He was a lover of antique motorcycles and even more he loved his sons Colt and Dylan; his sisters Jane McCoy, Jean and Pete Phillips, Karen McCoy, Rachel McCoy; his little brother Drew McCoy and sister in-law Amy Aquino too. He was an amazing husband, loving and always supportive of his wife Daniella McCoy.
Ross passed away peacefully in his sleep to return to his beloved mothers’ arms. He will no longer suffer, but he will be sorely missed by all who loved him. May the angels wrap their wings around his loved ones and may the Lord rest his mighty soul.
Visitation will be from 1-3 p.m. Friday with funeral service following at 3 p.m., Friday, October 15, 2021 at the Palo Pinto County Cowboy Church. Burial will follow at Millsap Cemetery.