In Memory

Kathy Frost - Class Of 1972

Kathy Frost


Kathleen Sue Frost passed from this life on March 28, 2018 of liver cancer at her home in Tampa, Florida.  She had just turned 64.  Kathy retired in 2012 after a long career in IT, most recently as a Software Analyst for FIS/Certegy.  She earned a BA in Business from the University of South Florida and an AAS from Purdue University NW.  She had planned on spending her retirement years driving a motor home seeing the country with her beloved rescue dogs.  She loved dachshunds in particular and was a foster and rescue mom for many doxies over the years.  She was a big supporter of GetALong Dachshund Rescue.  Kathy also volunteered at Sunset Hospice, visiting patients with her most recent rescue, Sadie Mae.


She was strongly committed to her faith in God.  She has been reunited with her parents and her sister Dianne, class of 1974, who passed before her.  She is survived by a step-brother John Rupert, her brother-in-law, Brent Cutler, class of 1972, and by two nephews, a niece, and cousins.


The friendships Kathy made while attending Hobart schools lasted into her retirement years.  She was sweet, giving, and generous and will be greatly missed by her family and friends.  She left us far too soon.  We all were so looking forward to seeing that motor home pull into our driveways.


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08/30/18 09:09 AM #1    

Walter Johnston (Johnston) (1972)

I remember Kathy. She had such a sweet smile and disposition. Prayers to her family and friends.  Wally Johnston ('72).

08/31/18 05:46 PM #2    

Bill Cooros (1972)

I'm truly sorry to hear about Kathy's passing. My condolences to her family.
I remember Kathy's beautiful smile and personality. Very intelligent.
You will be missed but not forgotten Kathy.
When it's my turn to Graduate Kathy we will meet once again in company of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
With ALL my love and RESPECT to YOU
William Cooros

09/02/18 10:12 AM #3    

Robert Paterson (1972)

Kathy was a genuine and sweet person.  She had a contagious smile and loved to laugh.  We went to a homecoming game together.  I lived on Luther Drive and walked to her house and then we walked to Brickie Bowl for the game.  What a terrific person she was – we were fortunate to have known her.

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