Nine-year-old Jason Frost was a student at Woodlands Hills Elementary School, and attended Kids In Action on Woodland Hills Drive in Kingwood.
Jason lived for Baseball, it was his passion. He played Catcher for the Spring 2014 Pinto Giants in the Kingwood Forest Cove Baseball Association.
One of his coaches was his Dad, Kris Frost, who grew up in Kingwood.
This past Sunday Jason, and his all star team — The Mustangs — Played their last game of the season. Even though the boys lost, they celebrated the rest of the day, spending time as friends, bonding as young boys do, not knowing it would be their final day together.
Sadly, Jason and his mother Kristina Cole Frost died when a boat heading back from a bass fishing tournament, slammed into their 21-foot pleasure boat on Lake Conroe.
Kristina’s body was found around 2 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. She had been thrown from the pleasure boat around 9 p.m. Tuesday night.
Kristina’s son Jason died of injuries from the accident at a Houston hospital Wednesday morning.
Kristina’s sister, Leilani Cole, also died at the scene.
Friends of the family tell us that Jason’s sister, three year old Savannah is in the hospital with a broken leg and collar bone. Kris Frost is by her side.
A candlelight memorial service
Nearly 100 little leaguers and their parents gathered at the Kingwood Forest Cove baseball fields to remember the life of 9-year-old Jason Frost.
“We wanted the whole entire baseball league to be aware that we lost a great kid, a great player, a great friend,” said Jason’s baseball coach, Daniel Goss, who helped organize Thursday’s candlelight vigil. “It wasn’t just him being lost. It was his mother and aunt, too. So we’re here for all of them.”
Cole Family Angels fund
The surviving family members of the tragic boating accident are looking at expenses of over $20,000 for a funeral to lay their family members to rest in addition to the medical expenses for the children the mothers left behind.