Funeral Arrangements Set For Former Vice-Mayor Of Lexington

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Updated: 8/06/2013 12:32 am
Funeral arrangements are set for former Lexington Vice-Mayor Ann Ross, who passed away August 3, 2013 at Baptist Health, Lexington.  She was 78-years old.

Visitation is Tuesday, August 6th from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at Kerr Brothers - Harrodsburg Road in Lexington.

Services will be held Wednesday, August 7th at 12:30 p.m., also at Kerr Brothers - Harrodsburg Road.  Burial will follow the service at Lexington Cemetery.

Contributions are suggested to:

Nathaniel United Methodist Mission
616 DeRoode Street
P.O. Box  31
Lexington, KY  40508

Ann Ross was born in Whitesburg, Kentucky.

She served on Lexington's Urban County Council, including a stint as Vice-Mayor.

She also ran unsuccessfully for mayor of Lexington.

She was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to the White House Conference on Aging and served as a White House Liaison.

She was also a civic leader, which included work as the founding Director of Ask Us, Inc., Director of the Kentucky Educational Foundation, Inc., Director of the Bluegrass Education Work Council and a Charter Member of the Suburban Women's Club.
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