Rev. Frye Retires In June
May 23, 2006
After 40 years in the ministry - 23 of which were in Ketchikan
- Rev. Bob Frye is switching hats. He will retire the end of
June, and he and his wife Carolyn plan to move to College Place,
Washington, to be closer to their sons.
Rev. Frye served as pastor
in the Ketchikan Presbyterian Church from 1977-2000. Their three
children (Kerry, April, and Jeremy) were raised in Ketchikan.
After leaving Ketchikan, Bob has served a two-point parish in
Guernsey, Wyoming, and Ft. Laramie, Wyoming. During his career,
he also served as pastor in Metlakatla, Alaska, Hydaburg, Alaska,
and Munster, Indiana.
He graduated from College of Emporia in Emporia, Kansas, in 1963
and received his Master's of Divinity from San Francisco Theological
Seminary in 1967.
Frye will be helping bench coach Little League and plans to spend
more time with his grandchildren and parents in Seattle and also
his son and his family in Lake Stephens, Washington. The Fryes
will visit family in Michigan as often as possible. Frye plans
to do some writing also.
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