He was a true artist with his leather working, and he loved to sing traditional hand drum and round dance songs to his grandbabies. After college, Frosty worked at the Salish Kootenai College in Pablo where he remained until retirement. Frosty enjoyed Bookstore fishing, hunting, golfing, and gambling.He attended Poly-Tec School in Portland, OR when he was very young. Later, he took up cabinet making and was drafted back into the Army and was stationed again on the Yalu River.He returned to Portland after his honorable discharge.She was the first born of Geraldine Woodcock and Dave Sylvester.She was raised in California until she was eleven years old.Jerry loved the outdoors and only took what he needed for food and his appreciation of nature prompted him to worked in fire control as well as firefighting.
However, exposing the female nipple is currently legal in New Hampshire and there are no reports of the state descending into chaos.During his time at the college, he loved giving support to those who were encouraged to receive their GED.He did an excellent job and many parents as well as grandparents came to him with appreciation of the encouragement felt from his heart.Jerry said, “I want those who attend my funeral to celebrate my life and my accomplishments of living the American Dream and remember that I have gone to a better place to be promoted. I have always loved the greatest spirit of light forces, our Lord Jesus.I am not afraid to die – I am going to be with him.” Friends and family may gather at The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory, 101 Sixth Ave. Per his wishes, he will be laid to rest next to his father at Riverview Cemetery in Portland, OR.