Kent Alan Rossi, 68, born and raised in Los Gatos, California passed away at his home of Hollister, California on Sept. 24, 2023.
There will be a Celebration of Life- Open House on Oct. 14,2023 at 1pm. At his home in Hollister, Ca. Kent Graduated from Los Gatos High School in ‘73. He went on to join the US Air Force where he served his country proudly.
He always LOVED driving and began his career in the Transportation Industry. Here he spent the remainder of his working career serving at different levels in Transportation. From behind the wheel himself to being the walking talking map for dispatching. He knew directions to everywhere before there was GPS. He loved Photography and would drive around for hours (back when gas was cheap(er)) just taking in the landscape and Natural Beauty. He began getting into Modeling photography as well and won many prizes with his work. He was always “The Man behind the Camera”
Kent was welcomed through the pearly gates by his mother and father, Irma and Mario Rossi as well as his beloved dogs. Leaving behind his beloved wife, Diana Rossi, children, Michael Brennan (Michelle Faulk) and Julie Stacey (Brian Stacey), Bonus Daughter, Brianna Miller. Grandchildren that he absolutely cherished more than anything, Mario Brennan (Marissa Brennan), Abigail Stacey, and James Stacey, Bonus Grandchildren Austin and McKenna Miller and Chris and Aiden Faulk. Auntie Lola Alaberti and slough of Nieces, Nephews, and Cousins and a lot of Friends that have become Family, Wanda Roszel and John Ball amongst many others. As it stated in his yearbook from ‘71 …
Always the man with a Smile”. That was Kent. He laughed a lot and had the biggest Heart. He is Greatly missed!
We are asking all donations to be made in memory of Kent Rossi to the PANDAS/PANS clinic of Stanford Children’s Hospital. Where he was a proud supporter of this disease that his granddaughter has been fighting for the past 9 years. https://my.supportlpch.org/give/214383/#!/donation/checkout
Gone is the man behind the camera but your photographs will live on forever.
Until we meet again!