John D. “Jack” Frost killed his first animal with a bow at age 7 in 1952. He is the first archer to have taken and recorded in the Pope and Young records at least one of all 29 species recognized by Pope and Young. In 1985, he was the first bowhunter to take all four species of North American wild sheep and in 2014 completed his second Grand Slam with a California Bighorn Sheep in British Columbia, Canada. Also in 1985, he killed an Alaskan Brown Bear that was the Pope and Young record for 18 years. Internationally he has hunted all of the continents except Antarctica and taken many additional species. He is an orthopedic surgeon and private pilot who lives in Alaska. He has served on the NBEF board for over ten years. He has also served on the Pope and Young Club Board of Directors as an elected Director and as Conservation Chairman. He is the Legislative Vice President for the Alaskan Bowhunters Association. He has been an instructor of the IBEP Course in Alaska for over 20 years. He has written stories and articles for bowhunting publications. He has been seminar speaker at many state bowhunting conventions. He supports many hunting organizations with his memberships, donations, and time.