LaMoyne W. Frost

LaMoyne W. Frost was born February 3, 1930 in Ogden, Utah a son of Franklin Leroi and Julia Vilate Wakefield Frost.

There were two children in the family:  LaMoyne and Donald.

He attended school in Grouse Creek, Utah and graduated from Box Elder High School in Brigham City, Utah, where he played on the football.

He married Dorothy Kirgan on December 30, 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple.

His children are: Scott J., Alan M., Kathleen “Katy”, Katauna and Linn.

He was captain of the Civil Air Patrol on region staff and was past commander of the Golden Spike Squadron.

He was a charter member and president of Salt King’s Hot Rod Club, president of Golden Spike React and charter member of the Box Elder Symphonic Choir.

LaMoyne had worked at Hill Air Force Base and retired after 32 years.

He was active in drama and vocal quartets.

He was a High Priest in the LDS Church and had served in the branch presidencies of the Indian Ward and at the Pioneer Nursing Home Branch.

He died June 19, 1987 in Jerome, Idaho of heart failure and is buried in the Brigham City Cemetery