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George H. Frye, Jr.

Private Funeral Services & Entombment were held at the Holy Cross Cemetery – Community Mausoleum in Malden for George H. Frye, Jr. who died on Sunday, August 14th at the Whidden Memorial Hospital in Everett, following a long illness, he was 91 years old.

George was born on April 2, 1931, to his late parents George H. Frye, Sr. & Sarah L. (Gibson) Frye. George was raised in Revere with his sister Gertrude. He was educated in Revere Public Schools and was a proud Alumnus of Revere High School, Class of 1949. George enlisted in the United States Army during the Korean War in 1952. He courageously served his country, where he served overseas of one and one-half years and was honorably discharged on May 11, 1954. When George returned home, he became a carpenter. Through the years George mastered his craft and was a very talented and well sought-after Master Carpenter. George was married to the love of his life, Rosina (Leone) & the couple remained in Revere where together they raised their family. He retired at the age of 66 years old from Unigraphics. He was very active throughout his life. He played Ice Hockey in an adult league, He was an avid golfer, He was on bowling leagues, a card player with his friends and family. His passion was gardening, He was most proud of his plants and flowers that he grew and maintained through out the season. He will always be remembered to his family for his dry sense of humor and as a devoted Grandfather.

He is the husband of 67 years to Rosina (Leone) Frye of Revere, the loving father of Georgia G. Caggiano & her husband Joseph of Revere, Gregory Frye of East Boston & the late Stephen G. Frye & his surviving wife Lisa Frye of Lawrence. The cherished grandfather of Monica R. Caggiano, Melanie G. Caggiano, both of Revere, Rachael H. Frye, Seth J. Frye, & Sarah N. Frye, all of Lawrence. He is the dear brother of the late Gertrude S. Thornley. He is also lovingly survived by several nieces, nephews, grandnieces, & grandnephews.


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  1. Ellen Baker
    Aug 17 2022

    So sorry to hear about the passing of Uncle Sonny. What a wonderful life to celebrate! He was a wonderful influence on my life! I can honestly say that even as a child, his positive attitude and his wonderful smile was something you wanted to emulate. Love to Aunt Rose and all the family! Miss you all,❤️. Love Ellen.

  2. Patricia Taylor (Campbell - formerly of Tewksbury)
    Aug 17 2022

    May you rest with God’s angels. Praying for peace of the remaining family. Hoping you all feel peace now.

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