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Geraldine Frost

July 08, 1922 - October 03, 2011

Gathering:

5-7:00 P.M. Friday, October 7 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

9-10:00 A.M. Saturday, October 8 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Prayer Service:

7:00 P.M. Friday, October 7 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Funeral Service:

10:00 A.M. Saturday, October 8 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Arrangements:

Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Geraldine Frost

July 08, 1922 - October 03, 2011

Obituary

Geraldine Kay Rutherford Frost “Tiny” dancer and LeRoy’s “Tiny” wife, 89 peacefully passed away on October 3rd, 2011, under hospice care. Family was with Tiny when she died.

Geraldine was born July 8th, 1922 in Page, North Dakota to Wilfred and Coral (Knowles) Rutherford. She graduated from high school in Page, North Dakota.

Geraldine married the man of her dreams on January 22nd 1941 and this love lasted for 70 years.

They raised their four children in Fargo, North Dakota and later moved to Pequot Lakes, Minnesota and they became owners and operators together of Piney Way Resort.

Geraldine and her family were members of Holy Spirit Catholic Church; Father Smith led the congregation for many years.

Geraldine had an incredible passion for hunting and spear fishing which she shared with her husband, children, and grandchildren.  She loved to dance and she often shared stories with family of her cheerleading and band majorette days.

Geraldine is survived by her loving husband, LeRoy Vincent Frost Sr.  Fargo, North Dakota; son, LeRoy Vincent Frost Jr.(Nancy)  Lake Mellissa; son Dominic Lynn Frost Carson City, Nevada; 11 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great grandchildren and many treasured nieces and nephews.

Geraldine was preceded in death by her beloved daughter Penny Leigh Marie Frost, her cherished son Wilford Rutherford Frost, a very special son-in-law Gregory Gail Larson, there very beautiful great granddaughter, Ashlee Marie Theriault, her sisters Joyce (Jack) Goehl; Yvonne “Tuddy” (Jim) Adams; Jackie (Bob) Krag; Alva “Singy” (Henry) Wisness and Betty (Neil) McDonald.

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  1. Jan Sanders says:

    Battle Lake MN
    My thoughts go out to you. I remember Tiny as my mom’s good friend. You knew Mom as Phoebe Strand (Hoffer)(Wiebe). She was a hunting buddy and I even got to go with a few times. My first early morning duck(or goose) hunt, but mostly the pheasants. Bless be the good memories of “Tiny” Frost.

  2. AnnAdams-Hove says:

    Sunrise FLI am sorry to hear of Aunt Tiny’s death.
    She was the last of the Rutherford girls
    and this marks a huge loss to the family. I am sorry I cannot attend the service, but I will hold her, and all of the family, in my heart and prayers.
    ~~Ann Adams-Hove

  3. Myron H. Bright says:

    Fargo ND
    Dear Vince and Family,
    I was sad to read about your mother’s passing. It is a difficult loss no matter what the age. I and the Bright family send our my deepest sympathies. I know that you will have some consolation with good memories of a wonderful mother.

    Myron H. Bright

  4. Terry Morton Fenstad says:

    Amherst MALee and family Roger just told me about Tiny’s passing. Am so sorry and wish Carolyn and I could be there. We remember the last time we saw both of you – at Mom’s (Marg Fenstad) funeral in 2004 at the church, and really enjoyed talking with you guys. Please tell all the kids (actually all grown people now, but kids as I remember them and they no doubt only remember me as) that we are sorry for their lose of “their Mom”. I can remember some really good times with all of the Rutherfords…Love, Terry and Carolyn Fenstad (Marg and Mort Fenstad’s son)

  5. Rich Ludwig says:

    Vince,
    My sympathies on the death of your mother. I will remember her and your family in my thoughts and prayers

    Rich Ludwig

  6. Pat (Strand) Garza says:

    Battle Lake MN
    I remember Tiny from Fargo back in the early 60’s. She and my mother Phoebe (Strand) Weibe were great friends. I remember her as slight in size but with a big heart. She was always full of “spit and vinegar” and was fun to be around. My sympathy and prayers go out to the family. God Bless Her Memory!

  7. Lorraine and Harry Belisle says:

    Kramer ND
    Vince and family, we are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  8. Frank & Liz Haggerty says:

    We will miss Tiny. She was such a joy
    to have as a neighbor. There are too many
    great memories of her to list. Although it
    is still a mystery to us how someone as
    as small as she could drive that old giant Lincoln Continental into town years ago.

    Liz and Frank at the lake.

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