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Carolyn Elsie Frost

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Born on the 1st of March, 1930 to Jeremiah B. and Fern M. George, Carolyn Elsie Frost chose the 4th of May to reunite with her loved ones who preceded her in death. The middle of three children, she was born and raised in West Seattle where she graduated from West Seattle High School and attended the University of Washington. While working as a teller she met the love of her life and on December 6th 1952 became the loving wife of Major Jack Trenough Frost, US Army Retired, a career military man who served in WWII and Korea. She lovingly accepted her role as a homemaker and officer's wife and they produced four offspring: Jill Anne Brown, Janet Lynn Kircher, Jack Trenough Frost II, and Jeffrey George Frost. They traveled extensively throughout the US and Europe (children in tow) finally settling back in West Seattle where they remained very close to her siblings and mother. After her husband died she went back to school at Whatcom Community College and got her AA in Business Computers and Accounting. She leaves behind 8 Grandchildren (Robert, David, Jennifer, David, James, Sarah, Jeffrey, and Jacob) 5 Great Grandchildren (Daylon, Zachary, Ethan, Jake, and Nathanial), a Daughter-in-law (Tamara), a Son-in-law (James), a Grand Daughter-in-law (Sahra), a Grand Son-in-law (Brian), many extended family and many friends. The last of her generation, she was preceded by her mother (Mame), her father (Popdad), sister Patricia Welch and her husband William, brother Jeremiah George, her best friend Charlene George, as well as her husband Major Jack. Carolyn had many passions and interests including; her family and friends, J's i.e. Jack, Jill, Janet, Jack, and Jeff, pink roses and lavender, Nola, clocks, antiques, 4th of July parties, white wine with TWO RINSED ice cubes in her special mug, knitting, quilting, framing, Friday night impromptu parties, frogs and roosters, poetry/prose, Robert Service, Edgar Guest, beaver parties, kalaloch, writing limericks, crosswords in ink, and birds. The service will be held at Greenacres Memorial Park, 5700 Northwest Drive Ferndale, WA 98248 on Friday, May 16th, at 11:00 am. Please join us afterwards in a celebration of her life and her generation. At her request, a party will ensue with music, dancing, and general Frost/George/Welch debauchery. We will raise a flask to one classy lady and her generation. The address is 1073 Ridgeway Drive, Lynden, WA 98264. Please share your memories at www.farewelltributes.com.

Published in Bellingham Herald on May 11, 2014
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