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Glenna Gene "Jean" Frost

January 14, 1928 — March 19, 2022

Glenna Gene “Jean†Frost, age 94, of St. George, Utah passed away Saturday, March 19, 2022.

She was born to Glen E. Pence and Hazel E. Simmons on January 14, 1928, the youngest of five siblings.

Glenna “Jean†was raised in Romeo, Michigan, and graduated from Romeo High School in 1945.

She married George S. Frost of Romeo in Detroit, Michigan, on July 26, 1946.

Jean and George built a home outside Romeo, where they raised three young children.

They then moved to Chula Vista, California in the summer of 1956. Here they would add a fourth child in 1960.

George and Jean worked at RHOR Aircraft in Chula Vista, and then later at the United States Post Office.

Jean joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1967, and then moved to Cody, Wyoming in 1969 with her husband and two youngest children.

Once in Cody, Wyoming, Jean reinstated working as a clerk at the U.S. Post Office.

Tragically she lost her youngest child in 1978.

After George retirement from the Post Office, Jean and George went on an LDS Mission to England for a year and a half. They had the amazing opportunity to tour Europe and visit Israel before returning home.

Once back in the states, George and Jean traveled the country, with a trailer in tow, looking for a warmer location to retire. They settled on the Bloomington area of St. George, where they built a home together.

After a couple of years, Jean moved to a new home in the Hurricane area, where she stayed after her husband passed away in November of 2000, at which point Jean moved back to Bloomington Hills and lived there until her passing.

Jean had been a league bowler throughout her adult life and became very passionate about the sport in her later years.

She participated in the Huntsman World Senior Games from 2006 to 2018, where she won many gold medals.

Jean enjoyed traveling and traveled by car on many summer vacations throughout the United States, visiting many state and national parks.

Jean also enjoyed occasional fishing, hunting, and target archery. She enjoyed needle work, crafting, painting, and ceramics.

She also took up golfing while living in St. George.

Jean’s children enjoyed traveling by car across the U.S. and visiting state and national parks, as well as attending family reunions in Michigan.

Jean is survived by Dennis Frost of California, Diane Malley of Minnesota, Four grandchildren: Amiee Garner of Tennessee, Jason Parish of Mississippi, Jarad Malley of North Carolina, Nathan Malley of Washington, Seven Great-Grandchildren, and Two Great-great-grandchildren.

Preceding her in passing, her husband, George S. Frost, Her Son, Daryl J. Frost, and Daughter, Sandra J. Gabriel, three sisters, and one brother.

Funeral services will be held at the Bloomington Hills 4th ward, 750 E Ft. Pierce Dr., St. George, Utah, at 12:00 pm. A viewing will take place prior to services from 10:30-11:30 am on April 1, 2022.

Interment will take place at Riverside Cemetery, April 4, 2022, in Cody, Wyoming.

Arrangements are made under the direction of Spilsbury Mortuary, 110 S. Bluff Street, St. George, Utah, (435) 673-2454.

Friends and family are invited to sign Jean’s online guest book at .
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Service Schedule

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Friday, April 1, 2022

Starts at 10:30 am (Mountain time)

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Bloomington Hills 4th Ward

750 E Fort Pierce Dr, St. George, UT 84790

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