Brown, Warren G. 'Freckles' b. January 18, 1921 d. March 20, 1987 Rodeo Cowboy. Born in Wheatland, Wyoming, he was a legendary rodeo figure in a career spanned from 1937 to 1974. Nicknamed "Freckles", he is best known as a bull rider and was the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association World Champion Bull Rider in 1962. He was inducted into the PRCA Hall of Fame for Bull Riding in 1979. (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, USA Plot: Near front of cemetery about 60 feet south of main road.
Frost, Lane Clyde b. October 12, 1963 d. July 30, 1989 Rodeo Cowboy. Born in La Junta, Colorado, he was a top professional bull rider and a member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA). He began rodeo riding while in high school was the National High School Bull Riding Champion in 1981 and the Bull Riding Champion of the first Youth National Finals in 1982. Frost joined the PRCA and began to rodeo full time after graduating from high school. In 1987, he became the PRCA World Champion Bull Rider at the age of 24 and went on to compete...[Read More] (Bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) Cause of death: Killed by a bull Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, USA Plot: Located near front, south of main road through cemetery.
Whatley, Todd b. December 18, 1920 d. June 17, 1966 Rodeo cowboy. Whatley entered his first rodeo when he was 17 and won bull riding titles in Houston and Cheyenne, two of the nation's top rodeos, in 1945. Whatley won the first Rodeo Cowboy Association - later called the PRCA - world all around title in 1947. He was World Champion All Around Cowboy and World Champion Steer Wrestler in 1947 and World Champion Bull Rider in 1953. He was the bull riding director on the PRCA's Board of Directors from 1952-55 and the steer wrestling director from...[Read More] (Bio by: Iola) Cause of death: shot to death Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hugo, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, USA Plot: Located in front section of cemetery about 60 feet south of main road.