I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I knew Frosty for many years. In my broadcast career I had the privilege of broadcasting his games on cable tv for 8 years. I came to know him well. I have never failed to interview him on my radio football broadcasts of 40 years. I did interview him last fall at a Puyallup football game that frosty attended. he was always kind, complimentary and one of the most sincere people I have ever met. I had great respect for him and he for me. He presented me with a copy of his book and signed it by saying "enjoy the adventure, you are a pro." I cherish that book and the words he wrote.I will miss him as will all who knew him. A legend, a bigger then life man, who touched countless lives in so many ways. A humble and inspiring person. So long Frosty, it was truly great to have known you.