Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
petition proposing a zoning amendment were presented to the council this week. The council voted to present the proposal to the Planning | I RICHARD T. FRY Many Positions Morg Ex- Mayor Dead at 88 MORGAN — Richard Toom- eY Fry, 88, of Morgan, died MM | Ull I | i I i i Thursday at his home. He a former city mayor. _ Mr. Fry was born Feb. 25, 1888, in- Morgan, a son of Richard Richard Rawle and Emiline Toomer Fry. He was married to Nina Hess| on May, 7.1913, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She died Nov. 23, 1975. -•":'•>•••. V-iV^' He had taught school.inDev- ils Slide. • ••.,' •:. : ••.•':- •• " He attended LDS College inj 0 Salt Lake City and graduated'types from Brigham Young College in : Logan. • He served two terms as mayor mayor of Morgan and had been Morgan •• clerk and postmaster , of Morgan. I He had served as a represen- ' tative for the Utah State Legis-;work l a t ure i FIRST COUNSELOR ; FIRST COUNSELOR ,» He nad served as first coun- selor :n the South Morgan LDS| Ward bishopric. • Surviving are one son and two daughters, George R. Fry, Mrs. Claude (Florence Mae) Richins, both of Morgan; Mrs. Reed (Camille) Wilde, Cro£ don; 19 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters, sisters, Mrs. Lucille Olsen, Brigham Brigham City, and Mrs. Norris (Violet) (Violet) Wadsworth, Walnut Creek, Calif. Funeral services Monday at 1 p.m. in the Morgan with .,, . , - ^[ ™ may call at the Walker Walker Mortuary in Morgan Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Monday from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Burial • in- the South Morgan Cemetery.