05/02/1989 – 10/27/2020

Ross Patrick Mastro, 31, of Westminster, Colorado passed away on October 27, 2020. Ross was born on May 2nd, 1989 in Boulder, Colorado. Ross, a loving son, brother, and father, is survived by parents, Bradford and Donna; sister, Brenna; and daughters, Lily, Olivia, and Sloane. Ross is also survived by his aunts, uncles, cousins, and brother-in-law.

Ross had a humorous spirit and so much charisma. Ross enjoyed his summers staring at the stars in the sky in Western Colorado and days spent at the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool. Ross loved music, skateboarding, and snowboarding. He was a big fan of scary movies and the month of October. Ross spent time living in California and Florida, but always came back to beautiful Colorado. Ross truly loved his family and absolutely adored his three daughters.

Ross’ journey wasn’t always easy, but everyone he crossed paths with was blessed to have him in their lives. Ross you will always be dearly loved.

Memorial donations for Ross’ daughters may be made to www.gofundme.com/f/celebration-of-life-ross-mastro.

34 thoughts on “Ross Patrick Mastro”

  1. Ross remains in our hearts. Sending prayers to Brad, Donna, Brenna and all the family.
    Love always,
    Mark and Kathy

  2. I am so sorry to hear about Ross. We are thinking about you and your family and you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Donna & Brad
    So sad to hear about Ross. Your Family will be in our thoughts & Prayers. May he rest in peace.
    Carol & John Mastropietro

  4. I am so very sorry for your loss! Beautiful words for this young man! Prayers and Gods strength to you all! 💙 Thoughts are with all your family. 🙏🙏🙏

    1. Thanks guys. Got to see the kids in Colorado. That took the edge off a bit to lighten it up. They had questions. Still processing it in their own way. So are Donna and I. The kids will be here soon. We’ll see you soon I’m sure when the time is right. Love you both Brad Donna and Brenna

    1. So, so sorry to hear this sad news. He was way too young to be taken from this earth. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Brad, Donna, Brenna and Ross’s children.

  5. I love you all. I am just so heart broken. I will always have fond memories of Ross and his playful spirit.

  6. I am so beyond sorry For the entire Mastro family. Just heartbreaking. My deepest sympathies and lots of prayers to help all through this very difficult time.

    1. Thanks Sherry. Ya it sucks. We’re trying to deal. Just numb right now. Thank you for your kind words. Love you Donna Brenna and Me

  7. Ross was one of a kind character. He showcased kindness and a wonderful bit of humor that was always welcome. Ross will be missed.

    Take care. Be well.

    With love,

    thiggy

    1. Thiggy,

      I apologize and don’t be offended. I don’t know how you knew Ross. We’re in a fog. I so appreciate how you reached out to us. If you have a story or just let me know how you knew ross I would appreciate it.
      Brad Donna and Brenna.

  8. So sorry to hear of your loss Donna and Brad. You guys are definitely in my prayers! You were always so kimd when we lost our son. If you guys need anything please reach out to me. 9703667751

  9. That is the most beautiful tribute that I’ve ever read. I wish that I had known Brad. My heart breaks for your entire family. I’ve experienced the loss of a loved one. Nothing hurts like the loss of a son or daughter though.

  10. So very sorry to hear of your loss. Praying right know that you and your family will sense the Peace of God through Christ that passes all understanding during this most challenging time.

  11. Thank you Ron. Honestly I don’t know you. But I’m thinking you’re one of Tammy or Brenna’s friends. Regardless, Donna myself Brenna and Tammy are so grateful that you took the time to acknowledge my son.

    Thank you so very much
    Brad, Donna, Brenna and Tammy

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