OBITUARY

Floyd Webster Frost

May 17, 1932June 4, 2019
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Frost, Floyd Webster, age 87, of Little River passed away peacefully with his daughter by his side and in the care of Digby General Hospital June 4, 2019. Adored by his family and friends, Floyd was a son of the late Webster and Wilda Frost. He will be lovingly missed by daughter, Joanne (Mark) Frost-Trimper; son, Martin Frost; son by choice, Roy Frost; sister, Wilda (David) LeBlanc (Yarmouth); brother, Delbert Frost (Ontario); grandchildren, Charmaine (Cory) Anderson, Jarrett Frost; special grandchildren, Princess Peanut and Mr. Handsome; great granddaughter, Ava Anderson who he was very proud of; many nieces and nephews.

Floyd will be remembered as a warm hearted man who would do anything for anyone and his huge heart of gold endeared him to family, friends and neighbours. Open, kind and always keeping busy, he had many hobbies and interests with the best being his love of carving original creations out of wood – his kitchen table piled high with tools, brushes, files, paint, things needing a fix – each item accounted for and evidence of what he loved – and of course Scotch Mints! He hunted, fished, loved to work his woodpile, the fishing industry and spending time with good buddies, Nelson Titus and Delroy Frost. His pleasures in life were found in the simple things; a hot Tim’s, boston cream donut, gingersnaps, tea, coconut cream pie, attending local events like Wharf Rat Rally, Lobster Bash, Scallop Days and enjoying every fireworks. While he will be remembered for his love of us all, his animal pets, Beibs and Cooper, will miss his loving affection, too. Floyd kept a special friendship with Reta, his niece, and Georgina Frost, the mother of his children.

Besides his parents Floyd was predeceased by brothers, Gilbert, Calvin, Elmer; sisters, Gertrude and Helen. Celebration of Life will be 3 pm, Saturday June 8th at Jayne's Funeral Home, Digby. Officiated by Diane Axent, Celebrant. No flowers by family request. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the staff on the medical floor at Digby General Hospital for their wonderful care. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the TLC Animal Shelter or Digby General Hospital. Please share memories and leave condolences online at: www.jaynesfuneralhome.com “His Journey is Just Begun”

Services

  • A Celebration of Life Saturday, June 8, 2019

Memories

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Nick Dickinson

June 10, 2019

Floyd was the most selfless person I have ever met and the most wonderful friend and neighbor. He always wanted to help others and expected nothing in return. From mowing in the cemetery to fixing mower engines for others, from giving his amazing carvings to people to sharing the mackerel he caught at the wharf, he was always eager to come over and help. He will be deeply missed. My heartfelt sympathy to his whole family. Nick, Liz and Mollybeth.

Carolyn De Gier

June 8, 2019

Uncle Floyd was a kind, generous man and I always enjoyed chatting with him and seeing his newest carvings. Condolences to Georgina and family.
Carolyn de Gier

Crystal & Herbert Deveau

June 7, 2019

So sorry for your loss, Floyd was a great man. We remember his great carvings that he would show us, we have a couple of small ones that Floyd gave to us and we will always treasure them with good memories of you dad.

David Cameron

June 6, 2019

I remember Sunday drives, back in the day, to the Take Out in Deep Brook with Uncle Floyd, Aunt Georgina, Mom and Dad. Also, I remember his awesome carvings, especially the ball and chain that he made many years ago. A gentle soul for sure...

RIP Uncle Floyd

James & Claire Goucher

June 6, 2019

Our deepest Condolences to Joanne & Martin on the loss of your dad. May he always watch over you. RIP Floyd.

Pat Cameron

June 6, 2019

My sympathies to Joanne & Martin on the loss of your dad. May he Rest In Peace.

Kathy Deveau

June 6, 2019

The passing of this kind, caring man , whom my children and I had the privilege of calling uncle Floyd , brings not only sorrow but a flood of so many memories. As his many friends and family will agree, he will not be easily forgotten.

Rest in peace Uncle Floyd. We love you.

Lewis & Elena Frost

June 5, 2019


We are sorry to hear of the passing of Floyd. He was such a kind and giving man. We have one of his carvings on our fireplace mantel. May the love and kindness of family and friends comfort you at this sad time.

Linda Walker

June 5, 2019

Uncle Floyd played a very special part in the lives of Evan and I. No words can say how much he will be missed.

Bessie Newell

June 5, 2019

Condolences goes out to the family at this time. I've known Floyd all my life and have wonderful memories of him.. He was so kind and willing to help others.

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