Yes. Kellie married Mike Macy in 1993. They have two children who are prize-winning youth rodeo competitors.
Lane died in Cheyenne, Wyoming at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo on July 30, 1989 at 3:59 p.m.
After completing an eight second ride that placed him in third place, Lane received a fatal blow from the horns of a bull named “Takin’ Care Of Business”.
According to most accounts, Lane rose to his feet and was walking toward the chutes when he collapsed. It is thought that the broken ribs which penetrated his heart caused his death.
Kellie was not at Cheyenne Frontier Days when Lane was killed. It was the first Frontier Days she did not attend. She was working on the movie "My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys" as a stunt coordinator.
In 1994, the film 8 Seconds which chronicles the life of Lane Frost was released. While the movie "8 Seconds" was about Lane, it was not a documentary. It was part fact, but it also was part fiction.
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