Sydna L. Ross, 58

Sydna L. Ross, 58, of Hampstead passed away on Monday August 24, 2020 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington. She was born in Wake County the daughter of Mary Frances Jordan Ross and the late Clifford Ross.

Sydna loved the Ocean and the Beach and moved closer to it from Wake Forest years ago. She has been a Hairstylist for many years and worked in an Assisted Living Facility where she was the Stylists and fell in love with all her clients there.

A memorial service was at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon August 27, 2020 in the Chapel of Bright Funeral Home.

Sydna is survived by her mother, Mary Frances Ross of Wake Forest; a brother, Marty Ross, her significant other, Jefferson Curtis of Hampstead; two aunts, Doris Cooley of Youngsville and Marie Jordan of Kinston; numerous cousins.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to the South Main Baptist Chapel c/o Gary Vassar 104 Lake Side Dr. Louisburg, NC 27549.

Friends visited with the family following the service.

A service of Bright Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Wake Forest, NC.

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