FROST, George Arthur

(1951–2021)

Our beloved George, son of the late George Allahar Frost and Olive Frost (née Jagessar), passed away on June 2, 2021, in Edmonton, Canada, at the age of 70. As we say goodbye, we think about his kindness, his gentle spirit, his resilience, and the joy and laughter he brought to the people around him.

George will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 46 years, Gillian, and his children Rachel (Nuno) Luzio, George Jr. (Ashley), and Nicholas (Catherine). George will also be forever remembered by his grandchildren Isabel, Sebastian and Simone; his siblings Phyllis Ruby Allahar, Kenrick (Elvina, div.), Lennox (Donna), Monica (Krishna, decd.) Narinesingh and Jean (Kenrick, decd.) Maharaj; as well as many family and friends who hold him in their hearts — from his native home of Trinidad, his chosen home of Canada, and everywhere in between.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions currently in place, a celebration of George’s life will be held virtually at a later time.

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Sherry Kowalchuk

George was a very dear friend of both my mother and myself. Many days the three of us spent together having coffee after he finished his carpet cleanings. My mother passed and George was always just a phone call or text away! To offer guidance, support, or just a good ole belly laugh. I will miss him dearly! RIP, my friend.

Sherry Kowalchuk

Shirley Anne Sarkar

I am still in shock after learning about the passing of my friend, George, whom I met in Trinidad many years ago. May he rest in eternal peace. My deepest sympathies to his family.

Debbie

Uncle Georgie you were my big brother when you were ready and an uncle when the time came for those rules. I have fun memories of you but what I hold close to my heart is the fact that some of your work mates shared the blessing of eternal life and I take a peace with the fact you are in a much better place. You are free from much pain and suffering. I also know that I WILL see you again. Rest now from your earthly journey.

You eldest brother my dad is confused at this time and can’t articulate what he needs to say. His eyes however tells me his heart is broken. He took great joy to know you used to call him and you did just about a week before you left us. You will always be in our hearts. Love Kenrick your brother and Deb

Charles Darwent

I can’t imagine how you’re missing Georgie, family. My memories of him are all of him giving — making bus’-up shirt in Nova Scotia, barbecuing in Edmonton; turning table flowers into hats at Nicholas and Catherine’s wedding, getting the giggles at church on Christmas Eve; telling dreadful jokes; always laughing. Such a big heart.

Anthony Maharaj

Uncle Georgie, it is hard to believe that you are gone from this earth, without a chance to say a final goodbye. You were always like a big brother too me growing up in Canada. We had some good times together
I wish we lived closer together but it was always nice to talk to you on the phone and have some good laughs. Mom and I will miss you so much, and one day we will reunite together .
Love ❤️ you Brother

Badrul Masud

I did not expect this kind of news at this moment, George. You left us early I think. My kids were waiting for the summer to talk and play with you. I have many questions about life to ask you. You were such a cool and nice person I have ever met. My son Rayan still asks me why do you cry for George, Baba? I don’t have any answers. I even don’t know why I am crying. I see your car is parked in the driveway and it reminds me many things even if I try to forget you. Till today I am not strong enough to talk to Jenny. I see her working in the yard. I pray that she can live her without you, although it is tough. George, wherever you are you remain happy. Rest in peace, George.

Lennox Frost

Geoge Its not easy for me to even write a few words. It is so hard to say goodbye to you little brother. We were all so close and had so much love for each other. I regret that I cannot be there in person to say my final goodbye or to see your face for the last time. You will be missed so much not just by me but from all of us. May Gods arms spread out wide to accept and bless you and keep you close to him. Love you dear brother, peace be with you. Brother Lennox

Cecille and Glenn Guinto

Since we came to know you in 2007 you’ve been a great support for us as Foreign workers. Your kindness and sense of humour to all Filipinos are so much remembered. We will miss you. Thank you so much for being part of our lives in West Edmonton Truckland.
John 11:25-26

Jeff Shakura

My deepest condolences, Rachel, to you and your family. Take comfort in all of your cherished memories with your father. You’re in my thoughts

Anthony Walker

George, you were my friend, we had great times together at the work site or on our road trips. Even though some of your stories scared me, they were what made you the gentle and a really fun friend to be with. I will miss your wisdom and laugher.
To your Family: Another good one has gone home to rest, remember what he was and the joy, pain and fun he brought us all. Always miss him for the man he is – never the man you wanted him to be.

Claudia Camphu

George, I miss you… it still has not sunk in ! I keep expecting to see you walk into the Hotel Lobby or in the Admin office, or to walk into your office downstairs and see you sitting at your desk, being greeted with a big smile. This has been the routine at work for the last 20 some years.
I went to your office a few days ago, your fleece Las Vegas jacket is hanging on your chair, I got it for you so many years ago, it was your favourite. ❤️
I take comfort because you are not hurting anymore, you were a strong Man who weathered so much and always came through fighting.
Rest In Peace my Friend, I will miss you always Jorge ! Love you ❤️

Clano Dass

What a great loss,a brother, neighbour and childhood friend.Surely will be missed,you are irreplaceable.My sampathy to all his family.RIP from Boyo and family.

Nigel Darwent

Rest in Peace George, very sad that we have lost you. Deepest condolences to Gillian and the rest of their family and to Monica and George’s family.

Allan Montano

I have known the Frost family for many years,. I got to know George really well when he and his wife Gillian moved into a small town house complex belonging to my family. George was truly a very nice guy always friendly and helpful with a great sense of humour. We all spent many afternoons after work sitting in the car park having some good laughs. George was a great father and husband and son. His arm always around Gillian . It was quite sad when we had to say goodbye when they left for Canada. over the years whenever he has returned he would always pay us a visit and we would talk of old times.I do know that he missed his life in Trinidad but being the good man that he was his family’s future in Canada came first.His death came as a big shock to me and my wife but we will always treasure his memory….my deepest sympathy to all his family that he has left behind but always remember that you have all been blessed to have had a father a grand father a husband like him. May he Rest In Peace

Elvina frost

Georgie u have left a void. In my life. I was looking forward to seeing u. When borders. Open. But u did not make it Will always Lov y Rest In Peace my brother

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