Our loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother and friend, Ross Bray Green, passed away due to health complications. He was born in Union, Utah to Frank Bray Green and Melva Edith Price Green. He married his sweetheart, Elinora McCombs; she passed away in 2016.\r\n\r\nRoss worked at Kennecott for 30 years, most of those years as a truck driver. He loved his time there, but especially came to care for those who were in his car pool for all those years. Ross worked at several other jobs as his young family grew. He fought fires, skinned mink, delivered furniture and managed a condo complex.\r\n\r\nWhen you think of Ross, he would want you to acknowledge that he was a loving and supportive husband first and foremost—and being a wonderful father was his most important accomplishments in life. Deer hunting was his favorite thing to do, and as his family got older, he loved to be out in the mountains with them and his younger brother, Doug. He loved pheasant hunting as well; he raised Brittany Spaniels for many years. He also enjoyed hunting ducks, doves, and those special times he drew out for a whistling swan. \r\n\r\nOne of Ross’s favorite things to do was to go fishing. This was something he could enjoy with all of his family, whether it be up at Strawberry out in a boat, on the Weber fly fishing, or trying to catch “the big one” on the Provo River. Ross was a really good fisherman, but his greatest joy was watching one of the kids catch a fish. He would get so excited cheering them on, especially if it was one of the girls or one of his grandsons.\r\n\r\nRoss also coached both of his boys in baseball for many years, along with some of his grandsons. Ross still had contact with some of the young boys he coached almost 50 years ago—it is a testament to the kind of person he was to have made such an impact in the lives of young boys 10, 11 and 12 years old.\r\n\r\nSome of the great memories his family loved doing with Ross—besides hunting, fishing, camping and sports—came from when they went pine nut hunting together, or as his kids called it, getting pine tar from head to toe; also going together as a family to pick out the family Christmas tree that could take hours, but it was always the best tree on the lot. Ross also supported the girls in activities like dancing and ice skating when they decided that hunting wasn’t their thing.\r\n\r\nRoss is survived by his sons, Russell (Robin) Green and Richard (Linda) Green; daughters, Debbie (Vinh) Do and Lesa (Steve) Terry; 18 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; sisters, Judy Leoncini, Lela Bateman and Janet Smith; and brothers, Doug Green and Randy Price. He was preceded in death by his parents; loving wife, Elinora; daughters, Christy Ellis and Karen Wamsley; and sister, Patricia Morgan.\r\n\r\nFuneral Services will be Thursday, June 21, 2018, at 11:00 a.m. at Jenkins-Soffe Mortuary, 4760 S. State Street, Murray, Utah, with a viewing from 9:30-10:45 a.m. Interment: Valley View Memorial Park Cemetery. Online condolences may be shared at www.jenkins-soffe.com.