Michael “Frosty” Francis Frost

Michael “Frosty” Francis Frost


Michael “Frosty” Francis Frost, born in Gloucester, Massachusetts on January 31, 1961, was called home to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 9, 2019. Michael joins his mother and father, Eleanor J. O’Neil and Robert L. Frost; six of his children (all still-born); and a brother-in-law, Robert “Bobby” Mountain.

Mike leaves behind his wife of 27 years, Priscilla; his five children, twins Joseph and Johnathan, Keanna, Robert, and Paige; sisters, Janie Stewart (Kenny), Paula Mountain, and Linda Frost LeVie (Jack); a brother, Arthur Lawson (Kathy); and many other nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives, and close friends.

Mike was a custodian with Gloucester Public Schools and Mesa Public Schools for over 20 years. Before this, he worked with his father at Gloucester’s DPW. Mike enjoyed family nights with his wife and children, often watching movies such as: The Wizard of OZ, Camelot, or Willy Wonka, eating snacks, and sitting outside by the family’s huge fire pit. He also enjoyed summers at the lake with his family.

Handling his final arrangements is A Wise Choice – Desert View Chapel, 9702 East Apache Trail, Mesa, Arizona 85207. Flowers, cards, and other gifts may be sent to: The Frost Family, 8146 East 3rd Avenue, Mesa, Arizona 85208. There will be no visiting hours. The family plans to hold a private service at a later date.

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19 responses to Michael “Frosty” Francis Frost

  1. My sympathy in the loss of your loved one, know that he is in a better place. God Bless you all.

  2. Kelli Reed says:

    Oh Mike…He always loved to talk about and promote the side of politics he knew I didn’t agree with just to get a rise out of me. I know that he loved his various sports teams, so I returned the favor by rooting for the other team. I remember his unique taste in Christmas ornaments and it always made him laugh. He always looked forward to taking his family to the lake and spending quality time with them. I know he loved Priscilla and his children fiercely. You are missed Mike! Priscilla, Joseph, Johnathan, Keanna, and Robert, Ms. Kelli loves you. You are all in my prayers!

  3. Priscilla, my Frost bros, Keanna and Robert… I was blessed to have known your Dad, and husband! He made me laugh with his jokes and sence of humor. I will always remember how excited he got when I brought the kids back home and I would bring the left overs from the home-made cooking that the kids made and he would just love to grab the plate and not want to share, especially the deserts! LOL He will be missed. I will always be here for all of you. Love ya, Ms. J

  4. C.A. Goodman says:

    Priscilla, I would like to offer my condolences. Some experts consider accepting support from family and friends to be the most important factor in getting through grief. Yet, at times, you may want to be alone. This is normal. So according to your needs, find a balance between time with other people and time alone. May God’s rich blessings remain with you.

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