Larry Frost, father of Scott Frost, passes away
The father of Husker head coach Scott Frost passed away on Wednesday according to a Facebook post by Larry Frost's oldest son Steve.
LINCOLN, Neb. (KHGI) — The father of Husker head coach Scott Frost passed away on Wednesday according to a Facebook post by Larry Frost’s oldest son Steve.
Steve wrote: “Today my good father Larry Frost went home to be with the good Father and his son. We love you dad… and we will see you soon enough.”
Larry Frost played for Bob Devaney in the 1960’s. As a high school athlete at Malcolm, Frost would eventually score 121 touchdowns, including 9 in one game, at the 8-man school. Frost was an inductee to the 2019 Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame.
He and his wife Carol coached at several schools around the state of Nebraska, the most notable, Wood River in the early 90’s.
The first game I ever officiated was at Parkview Christian. Larry and Carol Frost both coaching there and giving me my first lesson on thick skin 😂. Wonderful people who cares deeply for the kids. Rest easy Larry Frost. Prayers for peace with the Frost family.
— Coach Wyatt (@CoachTWyatt) September 17, 2020
Our most sincere condolences to Coach Frost, and the entire family on the passing of his father Larry Frost. @coach_frost
— Nebraska Cornhusker Football Parents (@ParentsNebraska) September 17, 2020
This is where he coached Steve and their younger son Scott.
Funeral services for Larry Frost are pending.
More details to come in the new few days.
I was saddened to see the news of Mr. Frost’s passing.
On behalf of #BuckeyeNation, we offer our thoughts and prayers to the Frost family during this difficult time.
RIP Mr. Frost. #GBR
— Buckeye Nation 🅾️ (@buckeyeboy20) September 17, 2020