FROST, Lois

On February 8, 2022, our beloved mother, Lois Olive Frost of Sherwood Park, Alberta passed away.

Our Mom was predeceased by her husband Ernest J.C., 1979, and her eldest daughter Gail Anne, 2018.

Lois is survived by:

Her children: Rob (Lynn), Ernie (Marie), Michael (Lynn), Moneca and Gord (Lisa)

Grandchildren: Christopher, Jenna, Kayla, Gregory, Chantay, Jessalyn, Joel and Andre

Great Grandchildren, Daniella, Drew, Kezia, Kale, Holden, Rowen, Charlotte, Abbielle, Avalyn, Isabel, and Finley.

Also, her sister Nora Gail Santeana, and brother Gord Osborne.

Lois lived with great love and enjoyment of her entire family. Family dinners, game nights, enjoying the Healing Gardens with Nora, dates with her grandchildren and great grandchildren, visits on the porch with her neighbors, and dinners with her good friends (Edy).

Lois had an open door for everyone and offered the best of her life experiences. She shared the stories of her life to all of us and was sought after for advice from many.

Our Mother lived a full life, was the best Mom we could ever wish for. Mom has left us with a legacy of family, love, and kindness and we miss her every day.

The Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday March 15th, 2022, 11AM, O.L.P.H. Parish, 13 Brower Drive, Sherwood Park, AB T8H 1Y7.

In lieu of flowers, our Family appreciates donations to the Alberta Cancer Foundation:
https://www.albertacancer.ca/donate/

Location information

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish

13 Brower Drive
Sherwood Park, AB, CA, T8A 1Y7

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Ryann Olechow

As someone who’s a dear friend of her sweet and loving daughter Gail Anne I am saddened and shocked by her passing all though me and Lois Frost have never met but from what I heard was a very sweet and loving warm person like her daughter was and May her eternal legacy live on among the whole Frost family and guide them where ever they are and go. May Lois RIP ❤️

Christy Fehr

Moneca, Gord and families my sincere condolences on the loss of your beautiful mother. Lois was so warm and caring and so fun and funny. I know she will be greatly missed by you all. The memories spoken and shared will keep her in your hearts forever.

Audrey Groome

My deepest condolences to the family Aunt Lois was always a joy to be around Lois is greatly loved and is missed by many
The Lord bless you and keep you and be gracious to
May the Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace
Audrey and Dwayne

Bob Kadylo

My deepest condolences to all the Frost Family. I taught at Archbishop Jordan High School from 1973 to 2013. Lois was a SUPER MOM and I had the privilege of teaching most of her six children. Rob’s wife, Lynn, is my wife’s Godmother’s youngest daughter, and also a former student of mine. Lois was a TERRIFIC PARENT and supporter of ABJ. Through the Jordan Booster Club she helped raise countless dollars in support of the students of our school. As a young teacher, in 1979, I will never forget the page over the PA calling for Gail to go to the office to find out about her Dad. It surely broke Lois’s heart, when she lost Gail in 2018. I am sure GOD has her in a very special place in Heaven.
I would give anything to see Lois Frost, Pat Dosman and Lois Bright planning one more St Patrick’s Day Celebration !

John Osborne

Our condolences to the family and friends of Lois. Lois was always cheerful and welcoming. Her smile, her humor and sharp mind always made her company enjoyable and interesting. She will be dearly missed and fondly remembered. John and Shirley

Lisa Easton

Auntie Lois,

My heart literally feels pain that I cannot be there personally to pay respects to the one of the best women I have ever known and to hug her devastated children and cry with them. Spending summer after summer with the family and Uncle Ernie and her as my 2nd mom. With her I didn’t get away with anything EVER! lol. She was brilliant, positive, kind hearted, generous, straight forward and loving. I can’t imagine how many lives were touched by her in a positive way. So many memories of the lake and the farm and ugh the chores but everyone had to do their part, making her a great teacher. So many stories that need to be told at her memorial, I hope you tell them all. I can only guess at the number of broken hearts but also the knowledge that she had a good life, hard at times but full and she raised wonderful children, who in turn, raised wonderful families and on it goes. You can see the common denominator here. Because she was here, because she loved and was loved. Good bye Auntie Lois and to the family my greatest condolences, I am so sorry for your loss. Like someone said, I hope and pray that she is with Gail and they are looking down with love together.

Ray White

No one will miss Lois as much as her kids and siblings.Condolences to all of them.She was my aunt but was more like an older sister was always available to help us get through some really hard times.Lois could also be counted on to make all our happy times even more memorable.Sometimes alcohol was involved.We’re certainly going to miss her sense of humour and unforgettable laugh

Claude Fries & Beth Lonsdale

We are sending our deepest condolences to the Frost Families . She was a very kind and wonderful lady. She will be missed by many.
Friend Claude and Beth.

Morris & Dolores Zaleschuk

To the Frost family: please accept our heartfelt condolences on the death of Lois. May she rest in peace

Ron and Donna Sylvestre

Sending love and strength to the family during this great time of loss and sadness. It is in coming together and sharing your memories that truly reminds you what a beautiful loving grace and wisdom your mom was to all. She will be deeply missed and remembered.

Kim G C Moody

So sorry for your family’s loss, Moneca. She sounds like a hell of a woman. Your family is in our firm’s thoughts and prayers.

Audrey Poirier

I am so sorry for your loss. My love and to you all. I loved Aunt Lois
She made me want to be a better person
She was kind and thoughtful and respected

Jean Goudie (Stringer)

So saddened to hear and feel the loss of Lois. Have know her all my life and have always admired her calm presence, her kindness and enjoyed her delightful sense of humor. She was a beautiful woman inside and out and I will miss our visits and chats.
My heartfelt condolences to her children Rob, Ernie, Michael, Gord, Moneca and their families and remembering Gail Ann.
Much Love to all of you

Lynn White

Our thoughts and prayers are with family at this time.
Lois made everyone feel welcome and extra special when you would go for a visit. On our trips to the west we always went to see Lois and her family. She would have everyone over and celebrate our time with them. She had so much love and care for everyone. She welcomed you with open arms. Lois you will be greatly missed by all. Loved you very much.
Love Tom and Lynn

Lynn Ferland

Lois always brought her A game.She was a pleasure to visit Glad you had so many years with her She will certainly be missed

Rutt

So sorry for your family’s loss. I know how close your family was and how many wonderful memories you hold close to your heart .hopefully these memories will give you comfort and carry you Thru this sad time.
Your mom was very gentle and always loved her smile, She had a way about her that was very comforting and she loved to have fun with all her family. A family Truly blessed! And she will be surely missed.

Lynn Dalsin( Fisher)

I have so many great memories of your mother. Such a classy lady with a great sense of humour that made people feel so at ease. A huge loss to you all.
Take care .

Cheryl Dechant

My sincere and deepest sympathy to the Frost family. Lois was a beautiful person inside and out. She raised the most amazing, tight night, loving family. Mrs. Frost was sharp as a tack, had a great sense of fun and humor. I always enjoyed our visits. She will be missed by everyone that knew her. Rest easy Mrs. Frost

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