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Robert E. Frizell, formerly of National Park, Renovated Historical Properties, GCHS Alumnus '63

BAMBER LAKE, NJ (July 20, 2021)--Bob Frizell, a 1963 graduate of Gloucester Catholic, died on Monday morning July 19th, 2021. He resided in Bamber Lake, NJ with his wife Linda and operated a historical renovation service in Forked River, NJ in the Tom’s River area. Bob renovated the
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Bob Frizell GCHS 1963 Yearbook photo
Walt Whitman House and other historical sites and also moved “The Elephant” in Margate, as well as the building that became the Mayor’s Office in Berlin by moving that historic building down the White Horse Pike. He was a highly talented and creative building contractor.
Robert Emmitt Frizell grew up in National Park and attended St. Mary’s Grammar School in Gloucester City. He was a star running back on the GCHS football team, a four-year member of the track team, and had one of the leads in his class’ senior play, “Bye, Bye Birdie”.
Bob was well-liked and highly respected by everyone who knew him and his zest for life.


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