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From Clyde & Elsie Frost

When Lane's parents, Clyde and Elsie Frost wanted to add something to
this site, I used to just type the new information in on the page it belonged. 

So I have created this page for the Frosts to "write" to you directly.


  Lane Frost Memorial Wrestling Trust Fund
When Lane was in junior high school (7th & 8th grade), in Vernal, Utah he was very good in wrestling. 
Although he never wrestled before entering junior high, as many of the other boys did, 
because of his interest in rodeo, the coaches still had great expectations for him. 
Lane wrestled at about 75 pounds. During these two years he had 51 matches with 45 wins, 
4 losses and 2 tied matches. 
When the family decided to move away from the Utah winters and go down to Oklahoma 
the coaches still were excited for Lane because
Oklahoma schools were well known 
for their wrestling programs. Unfortunately, the high school Lane attended, Atoka High School, 
did not have a wrestling program. So that was basically the end of Lane's wrestling participation. 
The family never forgot Lane's disappointment in not being able to continue wrestling, 
and they are in the process of creating the "Lane Frost Memorial Wrestling Trust Fund" 
to be used to help to bring a wrestling program to Lane's high school, Atoka High School. 
Throughout the coming months we will look for ways to raise money for the fund. 
As a start, Mr. and Mrs. Frost will personally hand sign selected items purchased from this web site for a 
$5.00 donation to the wrestling fund. They want to stress that all of the $5.00 will be donated to the fund. 
The items will be signed at the time of purchase, with whatever name you choose.
Please see the Catalog Page for more details, and watch for other fund raisers.
If you would like to donate directly to the fund you can mail your donation to:
Lane Frost Memorial Wrestling Fund
C/O Lane Frost Enterprises
PO Box 205
Lane, OK. 74555

Lane's Favorite Chocolate Cake Recipe...Click HERE

.Lane's feather in his hat-Lane started wearing a feather in his hat when he was 
pretty young. Elsie says that one of Lane's heroes was Monty Henson, 
who was the World Saddle Bronc Champion in 1975, 1976, and 1982. 
Henson also had an impressive streak of qualifying 13 consecutive years 
(1974 through 1986) for the National Finals Rodeo.  
He was inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame  in 1994.
Henson also wore a feather in his hat, and Lane thought that that was "neat".
Clyde remembers Lane finding a feather and saying that "that would be his trademark.". 
Elsie thinks the first feather was probably from a chicken hawk. 
Later Lane also used turkey feathers. 
The feathers would change over the years,  whenever Lane found something 
different or unusual. 
Scholarships Given in Lane's Memory.- There are 2 scholarship funds, with 3 different scholarships 
that are given in memory of Lane every year. 

The first scholarship fund was started by the Frosts with money received from selling 
the T shirts, posters, buckles etc. in Lane's name. A percentage of every item 
that is sold that is authorized by the Frosts goes in to this fund. 
Each year 2 scholarships from this fund, one for $2000.00 and  one for $1000.00 are awarded to 
2 members of FFA (Future Farmers of America) at Atoka High School in Atoka, OK., 
which is the high school Lane graduated from.
The scholarships are awarded by a committee and are  based on grades and needs of the members. 
The Frosts do not have anything to do with choosing the recipients

The Frosts are very proud to do this, especially because Lane was a member of the FFA
at Atoka High School. Luke Perry also made a few generous donations to this fund after
the filming of "8 Seconds".

The second scholarship fund gives a $4000.00 scholarship to a participant at 
the National High School Finals Rodeo each year. This scholarship is given by the 
Rodeo Cowboy Alumni in Lane's memory. A panel of judges, (the Frosts are not involved in 
selecting the winner), select the winner on grades, needs and their future plans.
The Rodeo Cowboy Alumni was started by John Hatley and also former rodeo cowboys 
that wanted to get together with each other and give something back to rodeo. 
They chose this scholarship as one of their projects and it is by far the largest scholarship 
out of the hundreds that are given at the High School Finals. 
John died suddenly within the last year, and his wife Lois is handling the paperwork. 
Plans are to keep the Lane Frost Memorial Scholarship Fund and also create a 
John Hatley Memorial Scholarship Fund.
For more information, please contact:
Rodeo Cowboy Alumni, PO Box 2455, Corrales, NM 87048


Lane was never a member of the Professional Bull Riders Association. 
(PBR) The PBR was created around 1993. 
Lane was a proud member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association.


Check out the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) Page for the
answers to some of the most asked questions!

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Do Not Copy or Reproduce Without Written Permission.

This site began in 1999 in remembrance of Lane Frost and for the Frost Family.
I receive no pay or profit, nor want to,  from my operation of this site.