Carol Frost

Obituary of Carol Frost

Carol Denise Frost, longtime resident of the Peace Country, passed away on Sunday, June 11, 2023, in Beaverlodge, AB the age of 76 years.


Carol spent most of her life in the Peace Country. The Peace Country provided her with the support and love that all people require. The community that was a part of Carol’s life will truly miss her.


Carol’s paternal grandfather arrived in the Peace in 1908, from Trois-Riviéres, Quebec. He returned to the Peace after WWI, accompanied by his young English bride, Dorothy. On her mother’s side, her grandparents Fred and Mildred Hall, moved to the Peace from the Kirkella District in Manitoba. The severe drought conditions had necessitated the move.


Carol was born on April 23, 1947, at the Red Cross Hospital in Pouce Coupe, BC. She had three siblings: Everett, Maureen, and Heather. They lived in a few places in Pouce Coupe, but the place Carol talked about the most was the Hillcrest Motel her grandmother had set up. After high school, she lived with her aunty Doris and her family in Victoria, BC while she finished grade 13.


In 1967, she married Jack Frost, and in 1971, their son Ted was born. Another son Ian was born in 1973. Tragically he passed away as a baby. Shortly after this Louise and Nadine become part of the family. Yancy joined the family in 1976.


Mom had many hobbies and passions. Her hobbies included reading, travelling, curling, playing cards, and visiting. Her true loves were curling, cooking, and pets. Carol always had a dog; one was always at her heel. During her younger years, she worked as a librarian, a job that fit her nicely given her love for books.


Jack was self-employed for the most part in the logging industry, and Carol was the glue that kept the company together. Every year, Carol would pack up all four children, and spend the summer in the bush with all the other wives and children at the various logging camps around Mackenzie, BC. Many strong family bonds were created during these years that endure to this day. This continued until 2004, when the last pieces of equipment were sold.


Between 1995 and 2003, four grandchildren were born: Zachary, Charity, Trey, and Dylan. Carol’s house was always filled with laughter, and her grandchildren were never too far away. The well-being of her loved ones was always on her mind.


Over the years Carol and Jack lived in many towns including Whitehorse, Chetwynd, Pouce Coupe, Mackenzie, Dawson Creek, and Edson. In 2010, they moved Hythe to be closer to Yancy, Ted, and their families. In Hythe, Carol was very active with the thrift store, the Royal Purple, the Seniors Centre, and the community.


Jack and Carol were married for 56 years.


Carol is survived by her husband Jack; her sister Heather (Gary); brother Everett (Mary); sons: Ted (Robbie) and Yancy (Brandy); grandchildren: Zachary, Charity, Trey, and Dylan Frost, and Braydon and Suri Krull.


She was predeceased by her father John Beaulne, and mother Denise (nee Hall) Beaulne, son Ian, and sister Maureen.


A Funeral Service will take place Thursday, June 22, 2023, at 11:00 am at St. Luke’s Anglican Church (314 10 St.) in Beaverlodge, officiated by Pastor Don Thompson. An Interment will take place at a later date in Pouce Coupe at the Riverview Cemetery.


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Anglican Church Women (ACW) of St. Luke’s Anglican Church (Box 390, Beaverlodge, AB, T0H 0C0), or a charity of one’s choice.

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Funeral Service

11:00 am
Thursday, June 22, 2023
St. Luke Anglican Church
314 10 St
Beaverlodge, Alberta, Canada
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