Avalon Lucille Frost

Obituary of Avalon Lucille Frost

Avalon Lucille Frost rejoined her beloved husband and gained her heavenly wings on September 18, 2022. Avalon was born in Savannah, Georgia on October 9, 1939, to the late Roberta Gissentanner Grant. While attending Alfred E. Beach High School Avalon met and later married Napoleon B. Frost. Avalon and Napoleon raised their four children on domestic and foreign land. As the matriarch of a military family, Avalon showed her love and devotion to her family by making every destination feel just like home.

Those who had the privilege of being within her close circle of love knew Avalon to be a fierce protector and cheerleader. As the queen of our lives and hearts, she always made time for her family and friends. When others offended you; she fought the battle for and/or with you. When you were pursuing your dreams; she was there to cheer you on. When you needed comfort and love; she was there to somehow make things better.

Avalon’s affiliation with the Air Force was not only that of a military wife; Avalon retired from both Non-Appropriated Funds (NAF) and Federal Civil Service. Upon culmination of her career in federal service, Avalon actively worked with the American Legion Women’s Auxiliary achieving the coveted position of Sixth District Vice President. Avalon also diligently served as the program coordinator for the local American Legion Girls State Mentoring Program.

Avalon was an avid shopper and had a love for interior design. During football season she could be found watching NFL Sunday. Avalon’s children matriculated from Warner Robins High School so it only made sense that she was a diehard Warner Robins High School Demon fan. Although she didn’t go to all the games, if they were broadcast on GPB she was tuned in rooting for the home team, “Go Demons or Big Red.”

Left to cherish Avalon’s memories are her beloved children Terrence Frost of Warner Robins, Gerald (Tanya) Frost of Atlanta, Karen Frost, of Bonaire, Cynthia (Irvin) Mack of Warner Robins and Lisa Akins of Warner Robins; her grandchildren, Stephanie Garrett, Antoinette Garrett, Brian Meadows, Jason Frost, and Kiana (Matt) Altman, Tyhisha Dupree, and Leonard Mack; her great grandchildren, Tyler, Devin, Kalysa, Sariah, Kiera, Caylee, and Luca; her niece, Wan Grant, and a host of “adopted family” and friends.

Avalon was preceded in death by Napoleon B. Frost (husband), Veronica Frost (daughter), Tremaine Frost (grandson), and Thomas Grant (brother).

Services will be held at Heritage Memorial Funeral home on September 23, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. A private burial will occur at the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery where she will be laid to rest beside her beloved husband.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Avalon’s name can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Pl, Memphis, TN 38105.

Arrangements are entrusted to Heritage Memorial Funeral Home & Crematory.

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A celebration of her life

1:00 pm
Friday, September 23, 2022
Heritage Memorial Funeral Home
701 Carl vinson Parkway
Warner Robins, Georgia, United States
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