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Harold "Mr. Bean" Frost

November 10th, 1951 - February 12th, 2017

Harold Bobby Frost aka "Mr. Bean" passed away on Sunday February 12, 2017 in Winter Haven Florida. He was born November 10, 1951 to T.J. and Bertha Frost in Fort Meade Florida he was the youngest of 9 children Evelyn (deceased), Charlie (deceased), Billie Sue, Betty Jo, Donald Leroy, Kenneth Lee, Janice Faye, Jackie Sible. He was a lifelong member of Eagle Lake Church of Christ. He poured his heart and soul into his family and community. He is survived by his loving wife of almost 45 years, Phyllis, their only child Missy Eby (Mike) her 4 sons Nick Gribbin (Linda), Joey Gribbin (Ashley), David and Chase along with the 4 great Grandsons Nicholas, Cole, Tad and Dakota. He worked in the construction supply business at Hughes Supply now HD Supply White Cap since October 1971. From the time his daughter was in the 6th grade he spent countless hours volunteering at the Auburndale High School with the Band Imperial Sound of Auburndale and in the later years when his grandsons were in the NJROTC he devoted 5 full years there. It was over 25 years of continuous service. He received the honor of many awards through the years, including the John Barrow Band Patron of the year award. He received it so many times they decided to honor him with his own award. It was named the Bean Frost Service award. It is awarded to the band member that has given the most service to the band program throughout the year. The services will be held at The Village Church of God, 6 Coleman Road, Winter Haven, FL 33880, 10 am visitation and 11 am service on Saturday February 18, 2017. Condolences may be sent at www.oakridgefuneralcare.com.

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Dave & Linda Gribbin

Bean was a good man and he will be missed by many. Thoughts and prayers for all of the family & friends of Bean.

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Jim Parker

Bonnie and I are heart broken over the passing of our good friend, Bean. He was one of the finest band parents and helpers I EVER had. He was gracious, eager to please, hard working and kind. Indeed, he was a key person in the success I had as band director. He truly had a heard for that band and those kids. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends. May God Bless you richly is our prayer. Prov. 3:5-6.

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Linda Moore

Phyllis, Missy and family, Our deepest sympathies to you. Bean Frost was truly a genuine southern gentleman. He was one of the most gracious souls we have ever met or known. We were so happy to see him at Harlan's 80th birthday party. He was actually the first guest. Draw on all the blessings he brought to you, for I know they were many. Our thoughts and prayers remain with each of you. Love, The Moore's...Harlan, Linda, Scott, and Mickey.

Published May 18th, 2024
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Mike Eby

Lit a candle in memory of Harold "Mr. Bean" Frost

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Jack Dale

My condolences to Phyllis and the entire Frost family. I worked with Bobby for many years at Hughes Supply. He was a hard worker and very easy to get along with. I'm sure he's going to be missed both at home and at work. Jack Dale

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Jim Parker, Band Director

Bonnie and I are so sorry to lose Bean so early in life. We are just heart broken. Bean was one of the finest band parents I EVER had anywhere. He was always there eager to help with whatever needed to be done. He was kind, considerate, gracious and helpful. He dearly loved the band and did everything he could to insure its success. He will be dearly missed. Our love, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends. Prov.3:5-6.

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Barbara Legg Stewart

Bean and I went to High School together WHHS Class of 70. We reconnected at Auburndale High School when Amanda and Andy were in the band. He was such a kind soul and he had a wonderful sense of humor. When the band went to Hawaii he told me he had to chaperone me:). Although we were Blue Devils I believe he became a Bloodhound. He was a wonderful man and his kindness will always be remembered. Holding Phyliis and his entire family in prayer. Barbara Legg Stewart

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Tina Gore

Lit a candle in memory of Harold "Mr. Bean" Frost

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