Felton Gregory Frost

February 11, 1949November 23, 2018

Felton Gregory Frost was born on February 11, 1949 and passed away on November 23, 2018.


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Twanna Davis

November 29, 2018

Felton was always a happy go lucky type of guy. He was the type of person who never met a stranger meaning that everyone he encountered instantly became a friend. He was always willing to help anyone in need. He will truly be missed.

Russell de Pina

November 28, 2018

Felton was a humble servant in the Celebrate Recovery ministry and he was a good friend. Before all of that, he was a man of God. Felton would always have a smile on his face and a t-shirt or sweatshirt from one of the colleges in California. I think the California experience is why we bonded so well. Felton always looked at the glass as half full -- always recognizing what he had to be grateful for. I think that is what moved him to want to share the Good News with everyone. In his own way, he made everyone around him a better person. I'm grateful to God for being able to call Felton a friend.

Diann Manning

November 27, 2018

Felton was my brother in Christ. He will forever be remembered by me. He had a great spirit and was always there to help at anytime. He and I would arrive at Celebrate recovery about the same time every week. We would always set-up everything before everyone else would arrive. That was our chance to talk and reflect about our week and our families. I will miss him greatly. Truly he will be missed by the by all of us in his Celebrate Recovery Family from Good Hope Baptist Church. Rest in Sweet Peace my Brother.......

Diann Smith Manning

carl pomeroy

November 27, 2018

Felton was a very good man that I was blessed to know, even though it was only a few months. I met him through his good work for the Celebrate Recovery ministry at Good Hope Baptist Church in Houston. He was an inspiration to me in my recovery and became my sponsor. He was very dedicated in his service to the Lord. I am truly thankful that he came into my life at a time when I needed the support that he was able to give me. He helped me change my life to better follow God.

He told stories of how he had conversations with young people at the gym to help inspire them to improve their lives. He reached out to those who were open to his words and deeds. Rest in peace my good friend.