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July 17, 2006
George and I started throwing the hammer in Southern California at about the same time.

George was one of the most tenacious and hard working athletes I have known. The results he achieved in Hammer Throwing and Power Lifting are demonstrative of the truth of this statement.

Rest in Peace!
July 17, 2006
it is with deep regret the passing of George Frenn. He was a teacher and motivator of mine in the 1960's and the early 70's. He inspired me with his lifting, throwing, and most of all his knowledge he freely passed on in the old Muscle Powerbuilder magazine. Before George Frenn there was no one like him, and after his passing there will never be another like him.
July 17, 2006
You were a legend in the sport I love. Thank you for what you did for American hammer throwers. Rest in Peace.
July 15, 2006
Your life had a powerful impact on many people around the world, including me. You will not be forgotten.
July 14, 2006
Thank you for the memories and inspiration. You will not be forgotten.
July 14, 2006
My father and I (both still lifting) went to see George in an AAU meet, in Bakersfield, in the late 60s. I was so impressed in his skills and humility. He was always an inspiration to thousands of us lifters. I will always remember that track meet, because I got to see this great Hammer thrower.
July 13, 2006
George, you were a true legend, and one way ahead of your time. You made unbeliveable sacrifices for the honor of representing your country. May your records always be held in the highest esteem and your memory never fade.
July 13, 2006
A legend. Rest in peace.
July 12, 2006
You were an inspiration to many young lifters like me back in the early 60's. You personified drive and determination when you lifted. Will never forget the first time I saw you attacking your lifts at the Embassy in 1965.
I'm 61 and still lift and throw the shot in Masters and I owe a lot of my continued drive to you because you refused to quit. Rest in peace George.
July 12, 2006
Rest in peace, George.

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