Richard J. Ross 186th (2009 - 2010) Assistant Minority Leader

R Wrentham
Richard J. Ross


State House
Room 419
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: 617-722-1555
Fax: 617-722-1054

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Richard J. Ross lives in Wrentham MA, and is the owner of R. J. Ross Funeral Home. He enjoys history, reading, volunteering, and spending time with his family.

Personal Information

Profession: Business Owner/Funeral Director - R. J. Ross Funeral Home

Career Highlights

  • Wrentham Cooperative Bank (Director); Pond Home (Director); Community at Pond Meadow (Director)
  • Kennedy Donovan Center (past President)
  • Hockamock YMCA; Lions Club
  • United Regional Chamber of Commerce; Mass Audubon

Education & Public Service

  • American University School of Government
  • Harvard University
  • New England Institute of Anatomy, '75
  • Wrentham Historical Commission (1974-2003), Wrentham Conservation Commission (1977-'78)
  • Wrentham Refuse Disposal Commission (1977-'78), Wrentham Board of Health (1979-'80)
  • Veteran's Agent (1981-'82), Burial Agent for the Board of Health (1981-2004) ;Mass. House (2005-2010)
  • Mass State Senate, May 2010 (to fill vacancy) to present
Norfolk, Bristol and Middlesex -- Consisting of the towns of Franklin, precincts 1 to 4, inclusive, and precinct 7, Millis, Needham, precincts A to C, inclusive, I and J, Norfolk, Plainville, Wellesley, precincts B, F, and G and Wrentham, in the county of Norfolk; the city of Attleboro, ward 1, ward 2 and ward 3, precinct A, and the town of North Attleborough in the county of Bristol; and the towns of Natick, precincts 6, 7, 9 and 10, Sherborn and Wayland in the county of Middlesex.