Carmen S. Frost

July 7, 1932July 5, 2014

Carmen Santos Frost was born to Antonia Santos Gogue and Augustine San Luis Gogue on July 07, 1932 in Agana, Guam M.I. She is survived by her children, Joycelyn and Allen, Melvyn, Kenny and Doris, Sharlene, Jenniffer, Glenn and Wendy, Tricia, Mike and Brita, Gary and Shelly; her 27 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren, and a great, great granddaughter, She is also survived by her brother Agustine Gogue.

Arrangements under the direction of Glen Abbey Mortuary, Bonita, CA.


  • Funeral Service Saturday, July 12, 2014
  • Visitation Friday, July 11, 2014

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Kenny Gogue Naidas

July 15, 2014

Our mother was always loving & caring. She gave guidance, showed us that there is always hope and told us NEVER give up hope. HE has called her but the memories of our mother will always be with us all.

Mevlyn Naidas

July 15, 2014

"I miss Mama and will always be thinking of her. She kept me happy whenever times were rough. She brought out the love in me and said to always share it with everyone around you. She has told me on several occasions that she was always proud of me. Kissing her the old Chamorrow way was my way of saying I Love You Mama and you will never be forgotten by your Sons and Daughters. I will watch over them as they watch over me as you have taught us. "You will always be in my Mind, Heart and Soul until I am next to you once again."

You Son, Bing

Joseph C. Santos

July 15, 2014

Our condolences on the loss of your Mom, Auntie Mummy. My parents, Uncle Pepe & Auntie Kat were close with your Mom and her siblings (drinking buddies) As first cousins, they kept in contact with the family. Now one of our last living Saina, Uncle Tin remains. Myself, my brothers and sisters (Bernie & Joe; Paul & Diane; Ignacio & Missy; Tony, Johnny, and Claire) wish all of you well and may your Mom's memory remain forever in our hearts. From the Family of the Late Jose T. & Catalina C. Santos (Bita Sohgue).

Anniemae S.N. Gogue

July 11, 2014

my heartfelt and condolences on the loss of your beloved MOTHER, MOTHER-IN LAW, GRANDMOTHER,& GREAT GREAT GRANDMOTHER.She will be greatly missed but the fond memories will and shall be TREASURED by the SANTOS(sohgue)& GOGUE (BITA)Families. she's in a better place resting at peace with no more pain and suffering and up in the Kingdom of God with family members. May her Soul and all the Souls of the Faithful Departed through the mercy of God REST IN PEACE. AMEN. from across the pacific ocean and a HAFA ADAI from GUAM,

Anniemae San Nicolas Gogue & Jamanila Family,
daughter of Uncle Ting and the late +Auntie Ana San Nicolas Gogue

Gwen Brown

July 11, 2014

I feel so fortunate to have known Carmen. She was my Aunt and I loved her dearly. I wish I had the opportunity to spend more time with her. Dad loved her too and will miss her so much. I love to picture her and Uncle Bill reunited in Heaven.

Doris Naidas

July 10, 2014

I have so many fond memories of my Mother In Law an amazing women who touch so many lives she has gone to heaven to be with her Husband my dear Father In Law and all of her Family that departed before her.
To all the Family here may all your hearts be comforted with the special memories of her life with each and every one of us she will be missed dearly
Rest in everlasting peace

Deanna Bryson

July 9, 2014

My gramma I remeber her beautiful smile and her hugs and kisses! She could pull octopus out of the ocean with her bare hands!!! I have the best memories of her and will keep her in my heart forever!!!

Deanna Bryson

July 9, 2014

Gramma rest in paradise!!! You were always so wonderful to me!!! I love and will miss you!! To dad and all my aunties And uncles she was the best!! Hugs and prayers! Love you all!!!

Tina & Rick Kaiser

July 9, 2014

Grandma, I will always cherish your memory. I feel you with me and I remember you as I always have. Happy, cooking, in the garden, hanging clothes on the line, telling us to eat...then eat some more, playing cards, laughing. I hear your voice saying, "I love you, too." I feel your hugs and the big Chamorro kisses. Take care of my Anthony for me. I will do my best to make you proud and keep your memory alive in family that never gets the honor of meeting you in person. Thank you for being a part of my life for so long. I'm blessed. Not many people can say they had their Grandmother in their life for 43 years. Enjoy Paradise and God willing, one day your whole family will eventually join you there. Love you Grandma. Your eldest granddaughter, Tina.