Our dad, granddad, friend, and husband J.D. Frost passed away Tuesday, October 16, 2007, at his home on the Frio Ceilo ranch. He was born April 30, 1921 in El Reno, Oklahoma.
JD was a career military officer serving 24 years that spanned WWII and the Korean War. After retiring as a Major in the USAF in 1963, he embarked on a second career that he loved as a school teacher in Weslaco, TX and Laredo, TX.
JD was preceded in death by his parents, Mary and Dr I.N. Frost and grandson Mike Frost, JR. He is survived by the love of his life for 64 years, wife Anna Frost; children Annita Jake Meyers of Houston and Mike Terri Frost of Austin; brother, Carol A. Frost wife, Peggy of Laredo; 9 grandchildren numerous nieces and nephews.
JD Frost was a long time member of Sacred Heart Church and a member of the Knights of Columbus in San Antonio and Uvalde.
The family wishes to express their gratitude to Dr. Isaac Sosa and all of the nurses, aides and staff of at the Uvalde Memorial Hospital, Amistad Nursing Home and Hospice of Uvalde.
Services will be held at Sacred Heart Church in Uvalde on Monday, October 22, 2007. Rosary will be at 9AM, Mass will be at 10AM, reception to follow at the Knights of Columbus Hall.
Interment will be at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, TX at 2:15PM on Tuesday, October 23, 2007.
Arrangements are by Rushing-Estes-Knowles Mortuary.
I have fond memories of him as my teacher in Laredo TX. He was a great story teller too. God bless.
James KnightWasilla, AK
Mrs. Anna Frost, my heart is deeply sadden for the loss of your dear husband,Jean.He had so much love for you and you for him I always admired the both of you even more when you would bring him to town and you would stop by the store and I would be able to out and see him .May God continue to give you strenght. We love you, always.
Yolanda G MorenoUvalde, TX
our deepest condolences to your family. Ceci has loved and enjoyed your family support. you made our family part of yours without a problem. Thank you again and our thoughts are with you.
oscar, rosie anita,gracie laura, jorge hector javi rick and all our cousins the Garza family.
villarreal family cecis familyLaredo, TX
Dear Aunt Anna, Mike Terry and Anita Jake
Johnny and I want you to know we are so sorry for Uncle Jeans passing. I want all of you to know that our prayers and thoughts are with you. Please accept our apologies for not being able to attend. The children and I send you our love.
Again we are so sorry.
Johnny Ceci Frost and Family
Ceci Frost FamilyVicksburg, MS
I am so very sorry I can not be there to help say fare well to my Friend Uncle.Jean Deatly Frost.
He was a teacher,a war hero,a sportsman,and the older of the two greatest men I have ever known in my life.
He put a roof over my head while my parents relocated to Laredo.Him his younger brothermy fathertaught me to fish,hunt to love the outdoors.I was blessed in that it was more like I had two fathers than a father and an uncle.
I love him dearly will forever miss him.The world is less without him heaven is that much greater.
Vaya Con Dios Tio.
Johnny FrostVicksburg, MS
We want to send our love and prayers during this sad time for all of us that will miss him. Our deepest sympathy to all of you.
Carol and Peggy Frost
Carol and Peggy FrostLaredo, TX