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October 04, 2008
George's passing caught me by surprise, you want to believe a man like that is indestructible. I met George in the early 1980's and for the next 5-6 years was invited to train with them (George Frenn, Roger Estep, Mike Willis and Elliot Wainer). I moved away and lost touch, but always think about those times and what they all gave to me. To this day I still compete and I have those folks to thank for that. It was truly one of those life experiences you never forget. I know George is up there training with Roger, just like old times. Someday we will all train together again. Rudy
January 27, 2008
George you were the most genuine, honest person I have known. You liked me and I liked you. Thank you for the glorious life.
Stew Thomson
December 11, 2007
Mr. Frenn was my science teacher at Cerritos High School. He was the kind of teacher I hope my children have the pleasure of learning from. I enjoyed his class, not because I was a great student of science but because of what he brought to the subject and for what he brought to the classroom. I enjoyed hearing his stories all of which were meant to encourage his student to reach for more in life.

My sincere condolences to the Frenn family
October 12, 2007
George was my uncle and lived life to the fullest. It was a joy to watch him become an Olympic athlete. I will always remember the time when I was five and my dad coerced me to tell my uncle George: "Hey George, you're a big cream puff." To this day, my dad still falls off his chair remembering the look on George's face... He'll be missed.
October 12, 2007
George was my weight lifting coach at Cerritos High School from 1987 to 1990. He was a great man, mentor and he will be missed. God Bless him.
October 11, 2007
George was the youngest of seven brothers. He will always be remembered as a warm and caring person. I am the oldest of the remaining brothers and think of him everyday. I wish to thank everyone who took the time to offer some words to his memory. Myself, my brothers Anthony and David, as well as our sister Jeanette pass on our kindest regards.
September 28, 2007
I'll miss my younger brother, George. It's hard to believe he's gone. David Frenn
September 23, 2007
We have just recently become aware of the Guest Book for our brother George. We were so impressed by the kind words and sentiments of those who responded, that we felt we should reply. The Frenn family wants to express their heartfelt thanks and gratitude to all those whose lives were touched by George throughout the years. There is no greater thrill for a teacher than to be a positive impact on another person and watch that person grow and achieve his or her dreams.The Family decided the best way to honor George was to donate his medals and awards to his beloved Alma Mater, Long Beach State University. This, my wife and I did on 2/26/2007. Ms Dede Rossi, Asst. Athletic Director and Andy Sythe, Head Track Coach accepted on behalf of the University. They were very much appreciative of our gift, and promised to display them in a prominent location.
Again, our sincere thanks to all of those whose kind thoughts were expressed in the Guest book for George Frenn.
February 16, 2007
I never met George but starting to lift at age 14 in the mid 60s, I started to buy and cunsume the info in stength and health, Muscle Builder power, and the rest of the publication. George Frenn was one I followed to make myself stronger.I heard about the news in Dave Drapers news letter and have gone back and pulled some of the mags that I kept.Along with George and the Greats of the 50's 60's both in power lifting and bodybuilding made me realize why, in my 50,s I'm still pushing myself to be better in health and strength. These guys like Geoge and others have been the inspiration people like me need to keep on going the limits training. George is one of those guys you will never forget.
John R. Birty
Pittsburgh, Pa
October 31, 2006
A Ledgend. Saw him at Manchester, CT in the 1980's Throwing the 56 Lb Weight. Yikes.

Respects to the Frenn family....

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