Max Frost never stopped trying to solve problems, make life better, Green Bay Press-Gazette
GREEN BAY – Even after he was afflicted with dementia, Max Frost planned fundraisers he could no longer execute.”He always lived with a purpose. I’m going through all of this stuff he’d done. God, he had purpose,” said Susan Frost, his wife of 51 years. “He was never going to retire.”Frost, 83, died Dec. 2 in Green Bay. A memorial service will be held in spring.Frost owned Max Frost & Co., a financial planning company, and before that managed Citizens Securities, and was affiliated with Smith Barney. Which was barely the tip of the iceberg. Frost was a longtime supporter of UW-Green Bay. See the post, following notice of his passing.