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An impressionist of many politicians and celebrities, Mr. Frye was associated with one beyond all others.
FRYE--Roland Mushat. Dr. Frye, of Strafford, PA, died January 13, 2005, at age 83. Also resided in Princeton NJ, Washington DC, Atlanta GA, and Birmingham, AL. Schelling Professor Emeritus of English Literature, University of Pennsylvania. Survived by his wife of 58 years Jean Elbert Frye, son Roland Jr., daughter-in-law Susan Pettey, and grandson Joseph Frye. Interment private. Memorial service at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 625 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr, PA, on January 20, 2005, at 11:00 a ...
FRYE-John Howard ''Junie'' Frye, Jr, 86. Beloved husband of Claire A. Frye, father to June F. Johnston and her husband J. Lawrence, brother to Rosamond F. Smith, grandfather to Mark Johnston & his wife Stella Hetelekidis, MD, Marley LeBeau and her husband Michael, great-grandfather to Alex, Adam and Laura Johnston and Madeline LeBeau. Stepfather to Stephen Varano, Andrea Varano and Jennifer Baraldi. Visitation 4-8 PM Friday at the Bibber Memorial Chapel, Wells, ME. Funeral 11 AM Saturday at Chap ...
WOFFORD-Capt. Drewry Frye Jr. On January 5, 2001. Of Brookfield, CT. Formerly of Rye, NY. Beloved husband of Judith (Methven). Devoted father of Drewry Frye Wofford III and Jeanne Wofford Vitetta. Also survived by two sisters and three grandchildren. Reposing Graham Funeral Home, 1036 Post Rd, Rye, NY, Monday, 24 and 7-9 PM. Funeral services at the funeral home chapel, Tuesday, 11 AM. Interment private. In lieu of flowers donations to the American Lung Association would be appreciated.
Northrop Frye, the Canadian literary theorist, critic and educator who was noted for his systematic and erudite studies of myth and symbolism as the unifying models of Western literature, died on Wednesday at his home in Toronto. He was 78 years old. Professor Frye died of a heart attack, said a spokeswoman for the University of Toronto, where he had taught for half a century. He lectured regularly until last month despite having cancer treatments at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital.
Marquette Frye, whose scuffle with the police after a routine traffic incident on a muggy summer night in 1965 ignited the Watts riot, has died of pneumonia, a coroner's spokesman said today. Mr. Frye, who was 42 years old, died Saturday at his home in central Los Angeles, said Dean Gilmore, a deputy coroner.
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WILLIAM FRYE, 53, NEWSMAN, IS DEAD; Ex-Publicity Chief for the Defense Department Was Author, Correspondent
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