Misty Lynn Gross’ sun rose on November 10th, 1986 in Baltimore, Maryland to Faith Calvert and Charles Gross Sr. Her sun set on September 28th, 2023, in Cambridge, Maryland.\n\nAnyone who knew Misty, knew that she was such a beautiful and strong woman. She was a total goofball, and always smiling and laughing. She was the type of person if you were around too much your smile bones would ache from laughing so hard. She was the life of the party and was down for any and everything. She was a ride or die friend. If you needed to laugh, cry, scream, shout, party, or even just cuddle and watch movies, she was the one to call. She never hesitated to put others before herself and made it her mission to make everyone else happy. She was so ditzy and full of life. She was what we would all call “should’ve been a blonde,” type of girl. If she could be anything she would be a soldier, she overcame everything that ever came her way. She wouldn't want us to cry, she wouldn't want us to be sad, and she most definitely wouldn't want this to stop us from living our lives. She would want us to continue to be strong and remember her as she was. We should be celebrating that her fight is finally over and she is no longer in pain. She was so young and still had so much life to live. As much as we hate to see her go, she is at peace. She doesn't have to fight anymore, and she is where she is meant to be.\n\nMisty is survived by her daughter Arianna Yuman, son Davian Gross, Ayriel Gross, who was like a daughter to her, brothers Charles Gross Jr., Cody Gross, and Zach Lorenzo, mother Faith Calvert, father Charles Gross Sr., grandparents Jody Lehman-Lynn, Wayne Lynn and Bob Lorenzo, as well as her aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.