|Birth: ||Oct. 25, 1945|
|Death: ||Jul. 23, 2013|
Silver Creek Mortuary,
LeRain Lee Frost
October 25, 1945 ~ July 23, 2013
LeRain Lee Frost passed away after complications due to a brain tumor on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 in Mesa, Arizona. She was surrounded by family and friends.
LeRain was born October 25, 1945 in Snowflake, Arizona to Arthur Lee and Leah (McNeil) Lee. She was the eighth of nine children and was raised in the Lakeside area while attending school primarily in Snowflake.
As a 1963 graduate of Snowflake Union High School LeRain performed as a Loboette, earned the coveted Crisco Award, and enjoyed dancing. She was a talented artist, seamstress, quilter, gardener, and educator (just to name a few.) She also worked as an instructional aid for Holbrook Unified School District for 35 years and served in her community as well as her church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
She is survived by her husband, Robert Ray Frost, three children, Mashell (Muff) Frost, Robert Boyd Frost, Shawna (Frost) Knudsen, and eight grandchildren, Bryce Boyd Frost (22), Dallin Dean Frost (18), Krysta Mashell VanDeventer (15), Tara Lee Frost (12), Maleah Michelle Frost (7), Christian Dane Knudsen (6), Harper Rae Knudsen (3), and Jorgen Donald Knudsen (1).
A viewing prior to the service will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, July 29, 2013 at the Holbrook Stake Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Services will begin at 10:00 a.m. after which an interment will be held at the Woodruff Cemetery.
The family requests in lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Missionary Fund for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Funeral arrangements were made through Silver Creek Mortuary of Taylor, Arizona.
A New World
by LeRain Frost
A new world is coming with laughter in the streets.
This new place is where everyone wants to meet.
The sun is shining its big yellow smile,
It's sure to stay and last for awhile.
People are busy and bustling about.
There are no unkind words or ugly shouts.
The fields are full of tall yellow corn,
And you can hear the rooster crow each and every morn.
The streets are wide, the homes are neat.
Everyone has white shoes on their feet.
There is a church where the people take turn,
All is in order as they teach and learn.
On Sunday they gather so kindly they greet
Music is sung so soft and so sweet...
Arthur Lee (1907 - 1998)
Leah McNeil Lee (1908 - 1987)
Maintained by: S. Frost
Originally Created by: Sharla
Record added: Jul 24, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114324289
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