On Sunday, April 15, 2018, early in the morning, GOD dispatched his angels to bring the soul of Judy Pamela Frost, 75, of 116 Ravilla Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA home. Judy suddenly passed away in her home. She was born in Donora, PA on February 14, 1943, daughter of the late Joseph B. Frost and Elma Law Frost. She was baptized at First Baptist Church in 1955. Judy attended Donora Senior High School and graduated with class of 1960. She was one of 7,000 historical survivors of the 1948 Donora Death Smog. After, recovering from her tragic illness, she migrated to Harrisburg, PA and was employed at Harrisburg General Hospital as a psychiatric aid/nursing aid. She held various jobs throughout her life, but eventually retired from The State Corrections Institution formerly known as (Western Penitentiary) as a Mental Health Tech II. She is known to many as the “Candy Lady”, and expression of her entrepreneurship capabilities while living in Pittsburgh. She was a member of the Daughter of Isis (Elk Affiliated). She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Donora and devoted mother/caregiver to many. Her hobbies were cooking, listening to music, art, crossword puzzles, and watching television. Judy also loved to play tennis and watch basketball. Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Ingrid Darlece Frost; a special nephew Zachary Von Law Frost, a lifelong companion, Phillip Mills Sr.; and two step children; Phillip Mills Jr. and Derek Mills Sr. She leaves to mourn her loss and cherish her memories one daughter, Monique (Andrew) of Pittsburgh, PA; a son, Michael Frost Sr.(Natasia) of Pittsburgh, PA; one brother, Kyle Christopher Frost Sr.(Cynthia) of Erie, PA; 11 grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, relatives and loving friends.