ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Doris Frost, 90 years old, born on May 8, 1930, and passed away on February 11, 2021. We will remember her forever.

Friends and family you are welcome to join us for Doris's graveside memorial service.
This will be held on Friday May 7th, 2021 at Greenleaf Cemetery in Marion Wisconsin. Gathering at 10:30 am with services starting at 11:00 am

Greenleaf Cemetery 
State Hwy 45 North, and Main St.
Marion Wisconsin 54950





Posted by Karen Ziegert on February 15, 2021
So sorry for your loss Frost Family and cousins Charlotte, Janet, John, Jennie and Julie. I have fond memories of the Moore Reunion and Cousins Reunions. Conversations, visits and lunch with Doris were joyful memories of her pleasant disposition. God bless you.
Posted by Theresa Vandevenne on February 13, 2021
So very sorry to hear of Aunt Doris's passing.. For me, she was a great wealth of knowledge. I actually was privileged to have several conversations with her concerning family. Aunt Doris was able to shed light on the many questions I had over the years. When talking to her she was very excited to share any knowledge that she had. I am Thankful that God led me to Aunt Doris. Although I didn't get the opportunity to actually meet her in person, she made me feel as though she'd known me her whole life.  My heart goes out to all my cousins in the passing of their mom.
Posted by Stephen Solomon on February 12, 2021
Lots of memories of my Granny. The earliest ones I remember are from Lake Sininsippi. Summers with my brother, Jill, Jay and Jodi- BB gun wars , skinning muskrats and getting a ride on that crazy pre jet ski boat-was it orange??
Then moving to Oshkosh, hanging out at the Lakeland Motel- building rabbit houses, forts, trying not to get in too much trouble (:
Shooting pool in the basement at the house across from West high( sneaking beer in the basement window)
Many years of Christmas and thanksgiving dinners- eating way too much of her home cooking!
Granny made Christmas stocking for everyone!
I’ll remember her every year we hang them by the fireplace.
I need to look for my decorated egg- she loved her crafts..
I will miss my Granny! I know she’s looking down and smiling and that makes me happy!
Posted by Lisa Childs on February 12, 2021
Aunt Doris or as my oldest boy would say “ Aunt Doors”. Always having a smile to complete a statement. Being able to sew anything with ease. Never complaining just smiling. Always happy to visit. How lucky our family was to have you and uncle Bill stay with my folks for a short time, where we were able to for the first time to really get to know you and oh how we loved and enjoyed it. You touched many hearts with wonderful memories. Aunt Doris held the door open at my parents house where my wedding was held. As soon as I and my dad got to the door it slammed shut!!!!! Later to find out , the wind had blown her sun dress up from the bottom up!!! A classic blooper!!! Memories with love and smiles.
Posted by Jennie Johnson on February 11, 2021
I only knew Doris for about 14 years, but she was a wonderful sister-in-law to me. John always told me about how you used to help him milk cows when he needed help. I'm sure he'll never forget the times he got to spend with you. The Angels all have smiles when they saw you join them. Hugs to you Doris.
Posted by Julie Hansen on February 11, 2021
My lovely Aunt Doris , I am so heartbroken. I cherish all the years we had together and all the wonderful memories we made. You are forever in my heart and thoughts. Rest in peace , you are flying with the angels. I miss you terribly, I will love you forever. I wish heaven took phone calls. Love your niece Julie
Posted by David Rosenkranz on February 11, 2021
I am so saddened for the loss of Doris and have great memories growing up in the middle 70's and remember her working on her hobby of creating her own Feburge eggs
The Frost house was my( second home ) place to hang out like I was home and couldn't leave until I was fed weather family steak or toasted bread or whatever Doris felt I needed as well as a hug ....
What a wonderful lady
All of my love to all of her family ,
Dave
Posted by Patti Weckwerth on February 11, 2021
Very sorry for your loss to your family. She will always be an angel keeping watch over you and other loved ones.
Posted by Kathy Stang on February 11, 2021
R.I.P. granny
Posted by Judy Heidtke on February 11, 2021
She was a wonderful woman ,I enjoyed the time,I spent with her.
Posted by Liz Landerman on February 11, 2021
So incredibly saddened to see this, a terrible loss for your family, she was such a bright light!
Posted by Charlotte Olesen on February 11, 2021
R,I,P, dear big sister.
Posted by Joy Solomon on February 11, 2021
Will miss you forever, but I know you are in Gods hands...

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Posted by Karen Ziegert on February 15, 2021
So sorry for your loss Frost Family and cousins Charlotte, Janet, John, Jennie and Julie. I have fond memories of the Moore Reunion and Cousins Reunions. Conversations, visits and lunch with Doris were joyful memories of her pleasant disposition. God bless you.
Posted by Theresa Vandevenne on February 13, 2021
So very sorry to hear of Aunt Doris's passing.. For me, she was a great wealth of knowledge. I actually was privileged to have several conversations with her concerning family. Aunt Doris was able to shed light on the many questions I had over the years. When talking to her she was very excited to share any knowledge that she had. I am Thankful that God led me to Aunt Doris. Although I didn't get the opportunity to actually meet her in person, she made me feel as though she'd known me her whole life.  My heart goes out to all my cousins in the passing of their mom.
Posted by Stephen Solomon on February 12, 2021
Lots of memories of my Granny. The earliest ones I remember are from Lake Sininsippi. Summers with my brother, Jill, Jay and Jodi- BB gun wars , skinning muskrats and getting a ride on that crazy pre jet ski boat-was it orange??
Then moving to Oshkosh, hanging out at the Lakeland Motel- building rabbit houses, forts, trying not to get in too much trouble (:
Shooting pool in the basement at the house across from West high( sneaking beer in the basement window)
Many years of Christmas and thanksgiving dinners- eating way too much of her home cooking!
Granny made Christmas stocking for everyone!
I’ll remember her every year we hang them by the fireplace.
I need to look for my decorated egg- she loved her crafts..
I will miss my Granny! I know she’s looking down and smiling and that makes me happy!
her Life

Small Town girl leads life of adventure!

  1. It all started on a farm just outside of Clintonville
  2. She married and moved to a home by the Clintonville airport
  3. Moved to Utah, with the uranium mines
  4. then back to Wisconsin.
  5. To Milwaukee, where she became a braves fan
  6. To Oshkosh with the Lakeland Motel and last of the kids finish High school
  7. On to Las Vegas and traveling about
  8. Back home to Clintonville  Anne Street home where she worked at buying all of Walmart's fabric.
  9. Back to Milwaukee to be near the kids after Dad passed.
  10. Back to Oshkosh to live on the farm by the lake.
Anyone can fill in some of a chapter :)
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Sharing talents

Shared by Karen Ziegert on February 15, 2021
Time spent with Cousin Doris was uplifting. She was a joyful, caring, and loving lady. One memory I have of Doris was meeting her at the lake "farmette" that she shared with her son, Jay. After enjoying the lake front and checking out the farm animals, Doris took me inside her home and helped me identify photos of ancestors we shared, Then she showed me her bedroom-sewing studio. It was a sewer's paradise!

Doris told me she sewed every day. She made many quilts for her children and grandchildren. She made Christmas gifts of pillows and stockings. So many recipients were blessed with the fruits of her labor of love. When Doris decided to reduce her fabric stash, some of her fabric was made into little dresses for African girls and quilts for children.

At Evergreen many residents were recipients of the fleece pillows she sewed. She used her talents to brighten the day for many. I will treasure the wool mittens and little purple pillow she gave to me.  They are wonderful reminders of her love. 

Granny and Alex

Shared by Alexander Frost on February 11, 2021
I could not be more thankful for the memories I have had with Granny. 

She had an attached home to our lake house growing up and I will never forget stepping off the school bus and seeing her on the porch doing a puzzle waiting with a snack to share with me. Her house always smelled fresh with whatever she was baking or cooking that day, which was often banana bread or bars, enough to feed the Army and still have extras. She would drive me around in her Cadillac with her sunglasses on peeking over the steering wheel as she dropped me off at my cousins, the pool, or occasionally getting the Burger King fries she loved.

Her dining room would be converted into a quilt making shop for half the year it seemed, as she made the most gorgeous gifts to give to people for Christmas. She would be bundled up regardless of the weather in her coat and boots as id walk beside her to the barn where she would feed the horses and muck the stalls, moving them out of the way without a care of the size difference. Then make her way to the chicken coop carrying a whip in case the rooster made the grave mistake of trying to best her as she picked eggs and sprinkled corn. Summers were spent weeding and planting gardens worthy of botanical status all around the property. Then fighting with a squirrel stealing her sunflower seeds from the bird feeder she would threaten to shoot but never did. Little House on the Prairie was on repeat on the TV as she read romance novels or knitted stockings for the grandkids. And regardless of how late I would sneak in past curfew id see her sitting in her chair with one light on reading a book or watching the television only to say the next day, “kind of a late-night last night for you?” always keeping the secret between us.

Her home was the first in Clintonville with electricity, she survived getting hit by a car on a horse, a plane crash and more. She was the sweetest woman I have ever met, and I will cherish the memories for the rest of my life, rest easy Granny and I can’t wait to see you again someday.