Florence (Levine) Frost (1929- ) is a Las Vegas, Nevada Jewish community leader and former realtor. Not long after she moved from New York City to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1960, she joined Temple Beth Sholom, where she worked as an executive secretary for two years. She was also a two-term president of the Women's League beginning in 1970, established the Fifty-Five Plus Club for seniors, and served on the congregation's board of directors for many years. Frost's other leadership roles in the Jewish community include: chair of the Anti-Defamation League committee of B'nai B'rith, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, and president of the Las Vegas chapter of the Brandeis National Committee (2010-2011).
Florence Levine was born March 24, 1929 in Brooklyn, New York. She married Robert L. Frost in 1949 and had three daughters. Florence Frost worked in the banking industry for many years before she earned her broker's license in 1974. That same year she opened her own real estate office in Las Vegas, Rancho Rodeo Realty, which she owned until 2004. Frost is also an alumna and former employee of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. There she earned a degree in gerontology, was a founding member of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), and worked in the Continuing Education Office.
Frost, Florence. "Getting to Know Our Incoming Chapter President Florence Frost." Brandeis National Committee Las Vegas Chapter News, no.114 (May 2010). Accessed June 26, 2015. http://www.bnclv.org/Bulletin/Bulletin,%202010-05.pdf.View Related Items View Oral History