In Memory

Janet Irene Brown (Frost)

It is with great sorrow and heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of Janet Frost. Janet passed away Nov. 19, 2012, at home.

 

The daughter of Earl and Virginia Brown, Janet was born June 9, 1949, in Santa Paula. She graduated from Nordoff High School in 1967 and worked for Acacias Care Center as a dedicated and caring CNA from 1973 to present.

 

Janet met the love of her life Stephen Frost in 1972 and were married in 1974. She loved her family and was proud of her son and grandchildren. She was very much a protector of all those she loved and cared for.

 

Janet enjoyed weekly gatherings with her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren; Sunday night card games with her dad, step-mom and sisters; and treasured yearly trips to Idaho to visit her sister Linda and family. She also enjoyed riding her bike, reading, crossword puzzles, Curves and camping.

 

Janet was preceded in death by her mother Virginia Brown and her beloved "Bro" Gary Brown. Janet is survived by her loving husband Steve of 38 years; their son Jeff Frost (Ceslee); and her beloved grandchildren Miranda, Jeffery, and Brent. She is also survived by stepchildren Shawn and Stephanie; and step-grandchildren Aaron, Jeremy, Kaitlyn, William, Noah, Emma, Brian, and Bradlee; her beloved daddy Earl Brown and stepmother Janyce Brown; two special sisters, Linda Charters (Dean) of Idaho, and Patti Tindle (Ron); sister-in-law Ann Brown; and several special nieces and nephews. "You are not forgotten, loved one, nor will you ever be: as long as life and memory last, we will remember thee."

 

Per her request no services to be held.

 

 

Published in Ventura County Star from November 28 to December 1, 2012



 
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11/28/12 06:52 AM #1    

Mikki DeVane Coburn

I only got to know Janet many years out of high school as we never had any classes together, nor were we neighbors. I was so happy to connect with her at our local Curves and we became Afternoon Workout Girlfriends. I loved chatting with her while we did our circuit, catching up on our lives. I always looked forward to seeing her ride up to Curves on her bike and finding out what she'd been up to. She was a lovely lady inside and out and will be greatly missed by all of her friends and family. My only regret? I just couldn't get her to one of our reunions! She claimed to "just be too shy," but once you got to know her, she was hardly shy, but outgoing, friendly and really interested in what you were doing, etc. I may not have a lot of high school memories of Janet, but certainly have a lot of good adult ones. I'll miss you Janet!


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