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Lottie Gross was born in Leslie County, KY, on April 18, 1933 to her parents, Daniel Harris and Cinda Lewis Harris. She entered her eternal home, with our Lord, Jesus Christ, on March 19, 2021. She taught school for 35 years in Leslie County, many of those years were in a one room school. She retired from Hayes Lewis Elementary in 1988. Due to the death of her mother when she was nine, she spent her formative years at Laurel Mission at Greasy Creek in Leslie County, and grades 8-12 at Mt. Carmel High School in Breathitt County. She had degrees in Education, Guidance, and Counseling, from Cumberland College, Union College, and Eastern Kentucky University. Since retirement she has lived in Grainger County, Tennessee. She enjoyed reading, gardening, traveling, fishing, but her favorite thing was spending time with her family.
Lottie married Henry Gross in 1954 when he returned from the Korean War. He was the son of Dewey Gross and Rebecca Pennington Gross of Baker Fork, KY, in Leslie County.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Gross, her parents, father-in-law, mother-in-law, sister Mossie Day, two brothers, David Harris, and Bob Harris. Also preceded by brothers-in-law Chrisley Gross, Johnnie Gross, Morgan Gross, Willard Gross, Elmer Whitt, Bruce Woods, Ray Pennington, and Wilmer Day, sisters-in-law Parlie Whitt, Mallie Pennington, Daisy Gross, and Ruby Harris, and son-in-law John L Boggs. Some beloved nieces and nephews preceded her in death.
She is survived by one son, Donnie Gross (Sandra) of Yeaddiss, Ky, one daughter, Patricia Boggs (Mitchell Davidson) of Bean Station, Tennessee, grandsons Anthony Boggs (Gina), Shane Gross (Rhonda), and Christopher Gross (Kristin), and granddaughter R
Memorial visitation for Mrs. Charlotte "Lottie" Gross is for family, friends and the public. It will be held Friday, March 26, 2021 at 6:00-8:00 P.M. at the Dwayne Walker Funeral Home, Hyden, KY. The immediate family, including the children will not be able to attend due to illness from Covid 19. They would like to take this opportunity to express their sincere appreciation to all who attend out of love and respect!
*The family ask that all attending the memorial visitation comply with the mandate issued by the State of Kentucky and Governor Beshear. Masks and face coverings are required. Please avoid physical contact and observe social distancing.*
Private Interment will be held at the Hurricane Cemetery
You may send your condolences to the family @dwaynewalkerfuneralhome.com
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