Elsie Frost and Susie McEntire-Eaton at Cheyenne Frontier Days ‘Cowboy Church’

A Wrangler Network special video presentation.

Christian country music artist Susie McEntire-Eaton and her husband Mark Eaton lead the Cowboy Church service at the Cheyenne Frontiers Days. Service includes beautiful testimony by Lane’s mother Elsie Frost in which she talks about Lane becoming a Christian.

Christian country music artist Susie McEntire-Eaton discusses her memories of Lane Frost and his funeral. Susie was asked by the family to sing “Green Pastures” during the emotional funeral for Lane at the 1st Baptist Church in Atoka, OK on August 2, 1989.

“Going up home to live in green pastures,
Where we shall live and die never more.
Even The Lord will be in that number,
When we shall reach that heavenly shore.”
-Green Pasture Lyrics

See more daily updates during Lane Frost 25 Years in 25 Days

Twenty-five years ago, Lane Frost died in a bull riding accident during Cheyenne Frontier Days. His life – and death – changed rodeo forever. The Wrangler Network presents a special tribute to Lane Frost “25 years in 25 days” to mark rodeo’s loss of one its most iconic figures. Check each day through July 30 for stories, photos and videos.

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