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Subject: TV & Film Production Accountant M. Ross-Michaels

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Date Posted: Thursday, February 13, 01:59:00pm

Mark S. Ross-Michaels
1952 - 2020

Mark was born on December 19, 1952, in Toledo, Ohio, as Mark Steven Ross (the oldest of five children) and passed away suddenly on January 24, 2020.

After graduating from Roy C. Start High School in 1970, Mark was always interested in "show business." From summer-stock theater, Broadway in New York City, to the big screen in Hollywood, he did all the cliché jobs actors do, until their big break comes along.

In 1985, Mark worked as an Assistant Accountant on a TV series and learned the entertainment accounting ins & outs. He legally changed his name to Mark S. Ross Michaels because of rules in the entertainment industry and not having the exact same name. He is best known as Ross to his coworkers and friends. You can see Ross' extensive credits online at www.IMDb.com and search M. Ross-Michaels.

He was predeceased by his parents, Frances H. (Plocek) Ross and Bernard J. Ross and his nephew, Lamar Ross. He is survived by his brothers, Dean (Carmenita) of Toledo, Ohio, Scott (Kathy) of Hilliard, Ohio, Tracy (Tami) of Parrish, Florida and sister, Dawn (Phil) Leo of Las Vegas, Nevada; as well as several nieces, nephews, an aunt, and many cousins.

Ross was loved and cherished by his family, friends, and co-workers. He made an impact on everyone he met. His kindness, thoughtfulness, selflessness, humor, and spirit will be missed forever and a day. The world is a lot less colorful without him.

Interment and a Celebration of Life will be scheduled in the Spring/Summer in Toledo, Ohio.

Published in The Blade from Feb. 16 to Feb. 17, 2020.


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