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Survivors include his wife, Betty Ennis Keniston; his sons, Randy Tull, Edward Tull; a daughter, Vickie Lane Tull-Miller; two sisters, Wynette Keniston-Johnson and Cathy Anderson of Polson, and Pam (Art) Galegos of Portland; a brother, Kenny Keniston of Polson as well as a large extended family locally.
She was a champion shot-put thrower and was part of the first champion basketball team at Salish Kootenai College (SKC) in 1995. Whenever she had a chance she would mention them to others, bragging about their latest achievement, even if it was just the fact that they had gotten a haircut.
The Lake Funeral Home and Crematory, Polson, is caring for the Keniston family. She was a proud member of the CSKT and Seneca Nations.
She was the first born of Geraldine Woodcock and Dave Sylvester.
After college, Frosty worked at the Salish Kootenai College in Pablo where he remained until retirement. Frosty enjoyed Bookstore fishing, hunting, golfing, and gambling.
Following his high school graduation, he attended Salish Kootenai College, where he received his Associate’s Degree in Chemical Dependency.
Her athletic skills could also be seen in volleyball where she served a mean bullet.