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Dear Betty: You and Frosty have been such a blessing to us and so many. We are grateful to the Lord for him and for you.


Posted by: Mike & Phyllis McReynolds - San Antonio, TX   May 06, 2006

our sincerest sympathy and condolence-from long time friends


Posted by: Felice and Gerhard Meyer - San Antonio, TX   May 06, 2006

Bless you! And thank you for sharing Frosty with those of us who....really needed his guidance, friendship...and yes...OPEN ARMS. I valued him as a close friend close to my heart. I am going to miss him, and yet bless him in his "New Venture". He was always looking for ways to work for the Lord and to care for his children. His New Venture will be to be before the Lord and to praise him daily. What a reward! for

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Posted by: Raymond Frausto - san Antonio, TX   May 05, 2006

Dr. Frosty was a special friend, not only to my two boys, Jeff and Jon who were his patients, but also to my family, Duncan and Peggy Wimpress, who knew him from church and the country club. My sister Tory Whittier's children went to Dr. Frosty also, so he was very much a family addition. We will miss him terribly and would like to send our condolences to his his family as I am sure they are suffering with his

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Posted by: Wendy Wimpress Huston - Schertz, TX   May 05, 2006

To Betty, Paul and all Frosty's family,

We at J.B.'s Barber Shop express our heartfelt sympathy and want you to know we will miss Frosty. He was a dear, sweet man.

J.B., Lisa and Terry


Posted by: Terry L. Sumerlin - San Antonio, TX   May 05, 2006

My prayers are with your family at this time. Doc Frosty meant so much to my son and myself. My son Bradley made the blue cross that hung in Frosty's office, we both will miss him dearly. He is in a very special place now. May God Bless you All.


Posted by: Monica Wagoner - San Antonio, TX   May 05, 2006

My friend, Velma Howell, told me this morning about your wonderful husband. She shared the many times he took care of her children, even made house calls, including the time her son, Johnny, fell out of a tree. I remember your telling me last year at Mary Pat's Mil-Civ luncheon that this precious man was still going to the office because he missed his young patients. He did, indeed, live a life that was exemplory in every way.


Posted by: Lauretta Manuppelli - San Antonio, TX   May 05, 2006

Dr. Smith was one of our pediatricians when the Methodist Hospital first opened the Pedi unit in 1972. His calm manner, and definite views on patient care were known to all of us.
I have fond memories of him, and want to express my deepest sympathy to his family at this difficult time.

Sincerely,
Nancy Lehde, RN


Posted by: Nancy L Lehde, RN - Cedar Park, TX   May 05, 2006

Ah! Frosty. I remember him well. Some six years ago, I was the Bible Study Fellowship Discussion Leader for the group into which Frosty came that year, when we studied Romans. That was the time he broke his hip, right at the end of that study year, in early May, I think. I recall that he told me that he had first gone to BSF Pilot Class in 1972. After his recovery from the fracture, I saw him in subsequent

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Posted by: T. Harold Williams, M.D. - San Antonio, TX   May 05, 2006

Dr. Smith was my 3 kids Pediatrician and I attribute their success to his style of instilling a strong self esteem. That was years ago they are now 24, 25 and 28. He was loved by them. God Bless


Posted by: Cecilia Roegelein - Boerne, TX   May 05, 2006