MANY BLESSINGS and PRAYERS TO FAMILY...A GREAT INTERVIEWER, JOURNALIST and FAMILY MAN...........MAY GOD KEEP and COMFORT ONE
Admiration is such a small word when used in describing Sir Frost's attributes. My condolences to his family. He was such a wonderful interviewer and journalist that few can stand up to his talents. God bless all of his family & friends. The rest of us will remember him dearly.
O Love that wilt not let me go I rest my weary soul in thee. Rest in Peace,
Deepest sympathy to his wife and family rest in peace David. Always remembered.
My prayers are with family and friends at this sad time. May God bless and comfort you with fond and precious memories.
Our prayers are with you. May your memories bring you comfort and peace.
May God bless you at the gates of heaven. Rest in eternal happiness.
SAD LOSS OF A BRILLIANT MAN. JM DUNEDIN FL
The world lost a brilliant mind, engaging personality, and person of taste who raises journalistic standards. Thank you, Sir David.
To the Frost Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I hope you can appreciate that the comfort we receive from God's word gives us hope for the future and sustains use now. Ps. 9:9 Please read
May the God of Love comfort all of David's family and friends. God bless. Maureen McClendon
To the Frost family and friends. May the God of all comfort (Isaiah 61:1,2).be with you at this time of your loss
I remember him first, Sir David on " That Was The Week That Was" tv show. It was groundbreaking for America but was a transplant from the BBC as usual. Very Witty Man.
May the god of all comfort be with you and your family during this Time of sorrow. My deepest sympathy.
May God be with you during this time of need.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Thanks for the memories of coming in from school and watching good interviews.
Rest in Peace, Sir David.
I was honored to meet Mr. Frost in 1980. I talked to him about his impressions of John Lennon and what it was like to interview Mr. Lennon. Mr. Frost impressed me as being very cultured as well as kind. He seemed very happy to chat and I'll always remember that conversation I had with him. The world has truly lost a good man who did something to redeem society and make us think as well as to laugh.
May the God of peace and all comfort, be with David Frost's family, fans, and friends during this difficult time.
when the beatles played no more -he talked them into playing on a show THIS WORLD NEEDS MORE PEOPLE LIKE DAVID FROST -WHO TALKS TO PEOPLE LIKE HUMANS -REST IN HEAVEN MY FRIEND -YOU LIVED A GREAT LIFE --.
MR.FROST was an inspiration to so many may the memories of His journalist live on.May the family have peace,John 14:27.
This is a sad loss in the world of journalism. My deepest sympathies to the Frost family. May the God of all comfort help them to endure this time of loss.
May the Frost family find their stromgbold in the God of all comfort at this time. Nabum 1:7. Mr.Frost was well known news commentator when.I was young.I would like to offer my condolences to the family at this time.
My sincere sympathy to the family, may the God who gives peace be with all of you.
Fond remembrance of a wonderful man. May he rest in peace.
I loved his down to earth style and his charming accent. Pat M. Danville, Va.
The late David Frost was an international giant in bcstg./journalism. Here in the U.S. he hosted his own syndicated pgrm. in the Early-1970s called "David Frost Show". He had interviewed the late U.S. Pres. Riohard Nixon in 1977. He'll be deeply missed.
We loved his interviews and seldom missed them.
RIP Mr.Frost now Interviewing the angels.Our Sympathies to his Family.Margaret & Eddy.
David Frost was not only a journalist & interviewer, he was what I believe an exceptional human being. He carried out his duties to the BBC and others in an exceptional manner He is without a doubt the best of the best, when it comes to news coverage.He should be remembered as Sir David Frost.. My condolences to the Frost family.
I always enjoyed his interviews
'If an able-bodied man dies can he live again?
All the days of my compulsory service I shall wait,
Until my relief comes.
You will call, and I myself shall answer you.
For the work of your hands you will have a yearning."
Very sad for the loss of such a great man. may H
"And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”(RE. 21:4,5) Until then may the God of all comfort bring you peace and hope.
I saw David Frost when he came to U.W Whitewater Wisconsin in the fall of 1078.It was really interesting of how he had talked about his interview about president Nixion.He will be missed
We will see him again. John 5:28
I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2.
my condolences to the family of Mr Frost, he will be truly misssed. May the comfort of God family and friends help you through this difficult time. 2 Corinthisns 1:3,4
My sincere condolence to the family ,,,,
My family and I are sorry for your loss. In time of sadness we find comfort from the Bible 2Cor1:3.
It's so sad that we don't have such a courageous, strong person and interviewer like David Frost. He brought truths to the world when it was needed. My thoughts are with the family.
My deepest condolences to the Frost family during this difficult time. May you find comfort in knowing that when God restores Paradise, he will undo all causes of suffering. (Ps 37:11) Then our tears of sorrow will become tears of great joy.
Sir David Frost you will be sorely missed. May you rest in peace.
Thoughts and Prayers to the family. l loved watching Sir David a long time ago.
One the world's besy since Larry King came famous in U.S. I like Paul Harvey..too
David Frost, may your home be heaven and it's everything you wanted it to be...
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
YOU WERE THE BEST DAVID, WILL MISS YOU IMMENSELY.
MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOUR FAMILY AND
FRIENDS...REST IN PEACE SIR..A JOB WELL DONE..
"A LIFE THAT TOUCHES THE HEARTS OF OTHERS GOES ON FOREVER"
I was shocked when I saw that David Paradine Frost had passed away. I remember him like yesterday, of course, everyone will remember him with the Richard M. Nixon interviews, but in my younger days, I remember a brash, funny, and hilarious, but true guy who could sling out a joke as the best of anyone. He use to be on the British comedy show, "That Was The Week That Was". I can still remember the theme song to that show, and always hum it to myself sometimes after all of these decades. I was glad David was made a "Sir" a very prestigious title in the United Kingdom, given by her Royal Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, II! I will never forget this guy and no one else should either. You may not have always agreed what he said, but he was always for the little girl or guy who was pushed around by big government, but delivered his message with a salty tongue, a wink in his eye, and later a bit of humor with a zing to it! Just loved it! This guy is going to be terribly missed, hope he doesn't drive God and Jesus crazy!
He shall be fondly remembered by me and
surely by many others, as well.
May you rest in peace, Mr. David Frost!
What a shock to read about David Frost's passing. He will be sorely missed. Always enjoyed his interviews. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. R.I.P. David Frost.
Sir David Frost had one of the best regular talk shows on the air during the 1960s and produced the British satirical series "That Was the Week That Was" during that timeframe, which had a short-lived American counterpart, both of which foreshadowed the type of comedy for which SNL would later become renowned.
When I think of David Frost, I remember his interview with Tennessee Williams. I loved and miss them both.
my sympathy goes out to the frost family at the loss of an outstanding journalist and host. the one show that I will always remember was in 1968 when he had the Beatles on his show and they sang "Hey Jude" I can only imagine what famous people he will be interviewing now. rest in peace.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Oh my, what a loss Mr. Frost's passing is to the world. It was always an event to watch his interviewing talents. I hope your next chapter is as wonderful as your last. I bid you well.
My condolences to the family. May thw words of Johnn 5:28 comfort you.
This man made no secret of his own feelings and passions, and was so much the better for it. He blatantly told off a racist and clearly adored Elizabeth Taylor when he interviewed her. Thanks, Sir David, for being the great man and journalist that you were.
May the eternal light shine upon him.....
My prayers, thoughts & condolences go out to the family, friends & collegues of the wonderful David Frost. He was a brilliant interviewer & journalist, always incisive, charming & witty. I watched many of his interviews with the famous & infamous and they were always entertaining & educational. It seems to me, that I first saw Mr. Frost on a show called "That Was The Week that Was," which really highlighted his wit & comedic flair. David Frost was a unique talent, a gifted reporter & writer, & will be missed. He was taken from us much too soon.
mr. frost was a great interviewer & i will remember his voice and his professional manner in handling difficult questions. we look forward to the time when he will return to his youth and hear his voice again - job 33:25.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
God Bless you and your family.
Watching the David Frost interviews was always a TV staple in our home. My sincerest condolences to the family, friends, and fellow fans of David Frost.
Resting in the arms of Jesus
Will always remember you ~ God bless you and your loved ones.
To the Family and Friends of David Frost,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I admired Mr. Frost for his fair, insightful interviews. He was a man of integrity.
in God's care rest in peace