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George Ross, Longtime Executive at Central Exterminating, Dies

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Ross, former general manager/vice president of Cleveland-based Central Exterminating, died on May 30. He worked for Central for 50 years.

| June 7, 2010

CLEVELAND – George Ross, former general manager/vice president of Cleveland-based Central Exterminating, died on May 30. Ross worked for Central Exterminating for 50 years.

Ross’s son-in-law, Chuck Kettler, currently serves as vice president of Central Exterminating.

In addition to working for Central Exterminating, Ross was a WWII Army Veteran.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 23114 West Road, Olmsted Falls, OH 44138.

Source: http://obits.cleveland.com/

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