Ina Frost

Ina Elizabeth Findlay Frost, 79, passed away on Jan 21, 2023 at Utah Valley Regional Hospital following surgery from a fall. She was surrounded by her girls and their families.

Ina was born in Kanab, Utah on Feb 22, 1943 to Alexander Duncan and Rhoana Sawyer Findlay. She was the only daughter in the family with an older brother, A.D. and a younger brother, John.

Ina knew and grew up with her eternal companion, David Carson Frost. They were married Sept 2, 1960 and were later sealed together for time and all eternity in the St George temple. 

Ina was a faithful and devoted wife and mother to Dave and their 5 daughters. She spent her life caring for those she loved. She truly made our house a home and a safe sanctuary.

She spent countless hours each week making beautiful Barbie dresses for her 5 girls. We thought she had some mad sewing skills.

Her girls learned by example and knew the importance of hard work- whether inside or outside the home along with getting an education and becoming independent.

What a glorious reunion it must have been to be reunited with the love of her life after 13 years!

Whenever “full of the girls” see sunflowers, ladybugs or birdhouses we will always think of you, Mom. You were our world and there is a giant hole in our hearts now that you are gone.

Ina was preceded in death by the love of her life, David Carson Frost, parents and 2 brothers and a great grandson, Grayson Taylor Walker.

She leaves behind her 5 daughters- Danette (Bob) Nentwich of Richfield, Ut; Kimberli (Jeff) Lowther of Provo, Ut; Elizabeth (Mike) Walker of Vineyard, Ut; Kathleen Frost of Kanab, Ut; Suzanne (Greg) Gordon of Orem, Ut. as well as 20 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren.

“A mother holds her children’s hands for a while…their hearts forever.”

A private service for family will be held Feb 11, 2023 under the direction of Mosdell Mortuary.



  1. DanL Kelly February 11, 2023 at 11:50 pm - Reply

    To our five Frost girls and families. Uncle Barry and Aunt DanL love all of you and couldn’t be prouder of all of you for the way you have loved and taken care of your Mom and Grandma. Thanks again for letting us come and tell your Mom one last time we love you. We are so grateful you all belong to our family and whatever help or support we can give to any of you we are there. Keep close to us cause we sure love you all

  2. Leslie Eddy February 15, 2023 at 2:48 am - Reply

    Danette and Kathleen, I’m so thinking of you. I have cherished memories of your Mother. Lloyd and Pauline certainly loved her. We went snowmobileing back in the day. You’re Dad was so cool. Danette, I remember everything. Just hope you are thriving. Power on Ladies.

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