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Jack L. Frolow

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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My wife-Bonnie- and I have known Jack Frolow for more than 60 years. We met in Paris and became fast friends.His was a generous heart, warm, delightful to be with. A sharp mind, a high intelligence,he was a first rate searcher and inventor; he had invented the Tennis Racquet of the Champions, the Wilson "Hammer",issueing one better model after another over the years. Just a few months before his death he was still at work in perfecting it; moreover, alongside,he was working on...

I worked with Jack on his tennis racket designs. Jack was a pioneer, and an incredibly knowledgable technical mind. He made significant contributionst to tennis rackets, and made the game more fun for thousands of players. He will be missed.

Knew Jack while working in Fort Monmouth, he was a great guy, we had lots of fun when his friends Charlie and Jim had a home on Ocean Ave, Seabright. He will be remembered and thought of often of the good work he did and for his many inventions.

So sorry to Hear .. Rest in Peace

You will be greatly missed Uncle Jack. We love you. Rest in peace.

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Jack L. FrolowJack L. Frolow, April 19, 2013. Uncle of David Frolow (Diane), Barbara Pallotta (Mario), Robert Frolow, Michael Karpf (Siglinde), and Linda Wasserman.Relatives and friends are invited to graveside services Sunday 1PM at Rodef Shalom Cem., Northfield, NJ. Contributions in his memory...

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