April 3, 1932 ~ November 23, 2018

Born in: , IL
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Ina Marie (Richardson) Frost was born to Ervin and Cretia Richardson on April 3rd, 1932 and passed away on November 23rd, 2018 at Golden Living-Brookview nursing home in Indianapolis, Indiana.   Ina was 86 years old. She attended Eastside Church of the Nazarene, Greenfield First Church of the Nazarene and Indianapolis First of the Nazarene where she was an active member until she entered nursing care in 2014. She was a faithful Christian and served the Lord diligently in many capacities throughout the years. She was employed with Warren Twp. School Corporation in housekeeping for many years with her career there ending at Brookview Elementary School. Also, she very much enjoyed camping with her husband, sewing, and quilting.

She was united in marriage on December 20, 1952 to Clifford Frost in Monticello, Kentucky. She is survived by three sons. Dillon (Vivian) Frost of Indianapolis, Indiana, Ken (Sharon) Frost, Greenfield, Indiana, Tim (Carol) Frost, Indianapolis Indiana.

She was a wonderful grandmother to three grandchildren, Randy Frost, Jason Frost, and Tim (TJ) Frost. She also loved her extended family very much and has three step grandchildren Donnie Kaufman, Amy Zeis, and Josh Keene. She was also Grandmother to 12 great grandchildren who referred to her as “Grandma Great.” They are; Clayton Frost, Mackenzie Frost, Molly Frost, Isaac Frost, Gage Frost, William Frost, Alex Miller, Maison Zeis, Theo Zeis, Aidan Tindle, Nadia Keene, and Sebastian Kaufman.

Surviving are her siblings: Esteleen Cooper, Emilee Southwood, and Reed Richardson.

She was preceded in death by her Husband, Clifford Frost, Parents Cretia and Ervin Richardson, and brothers: Stanley; Roland, Romer, Lonnie, and Virgil Richardson; and sisters, Barbara Bridgeman, June Barton and Lucille White.

Even though she will be sadly missed by us all, we are happy that she is with her heavenly Father and reunited with her loving husband Clifford Frost.

Services will be at 12pm on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services, 5215 N. Shadeland Avenue, with visitation starting at 10am until the start of the service. Internment to follow at Washington Park East Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the family to help with funeral expenses.

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Visitation: November 28, 2018 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


Funeral Service: November 28, 2018 12:00 pm

Legacy - Lawrence
5215 N Shadeland Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46226


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  1. I love you Aunt Ina!! I miss you so much!! Hard to believe my favorite Aubt is gone! Rest In Peace ❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏 You are my heart!! Love you Dillon Ken and Tim! I’ll be praying!! Love Tracy

  2. I love you Ina you were a wonderful Aunt to all of us! You will never be forgotten Rest In Peace. So sorry for your loss Dillon Ken And Tim I’m thinking of you

  3. I will and have missed my aunt Ina so much. But I am rejoicing that she is in Heaven with Our loving Heavenly Father, and her husband and family who have gone on before her. I will always remember you for your love and kindness. rest in peace , and enjoy Heaven…
    always love you, Madonna

  4. I am so sad to hear of this. Ina has been a wonderful great grandma for my children and a wonderful person to me. I love her and will always remember and cherish time spent at her house for holidays and birthdays. She will be greatly missed in this family . Prayers for the family .

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Precious memories of better times will always remain in our hearts along with the love we shared for her. It’s a blessed feeling knowing she was faithful to God and has gone on to be with him and those that have passed before. What a wonderful person she was. Love to you, Dillon, Ken,
    Tim and your families. Deep in her heart she loved each and every one beyond words.

  6. Thoughts and Prayers for all. She will be greatly missed. I will always remember traveling with her and my Uncle Clifford, and my grandparents. Those were great times that I deeply miss. Love and Prayers.

  7. A pleasure to have met and known Ina. Our friendship was too brief. Because of our physical conditions, we weren’t able to give each other a hug like some friends do, but we shared a smile and even held hands as we talked about our day. Sometimes she could look at me and smile so warmly I just felt it deep down in my heart. I will miss her.
    My condolences to each of her family and loved ones,
    Crystal Bufford,
    Golden Living Brookview

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