In memory of
Andrée Charlotte (Lazare) Fry
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In memory of
Andrée Charlotte (Lazare) Fry
Fry, Andrée Charlotte Age 96 Andrée Charlotte Fry (née Lazare), 96, beloved matriarch of the Fry family, died peacefully at home on February 8th, 2018. Born and raised in Paris, France, she came to the United States as a "war bride" after WWII, having met and married David Henry Fry (1912-1992) while working as an interpreter for the U.S. Army stationed just outside Paris. They settled in Washington, DC where Andrée led a long and full life as a loving wife and mother, member of Annunciation parish, and translator for both the French embassy and World Bank. She is survived by her children Michele, David, Daniel, Annette, John, Suzanne, Monique, Stephen, and Timothy as well as five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, a daughter-in-law, two sons-in-law, two nieces, four nephews, and other relatives in the U.S. and across Europe. She was predeceased by her husband of over 46 years and her three sisters. Andrée loved living life to the fullest, spending time with family, doting on her dogs, taking walks, and her vacation at Rehoboth Beach every summer. While she cherished home and family tradition, she also enjoyed new experiences and traveling the world. Elegant, spirited, kind, patient, strong, and selfless - to know Andrée was to love her. We will miss you dearly, Mom! Funeral mass and reception will be held at Annunciation Catholic Church in DC, on Saturday, March 17th beginning at 11:00 AM with inurnment at Arlington National Cemetery later this year. Donations are welcome in lieu of flowers to: Humane Rescue Alliance, Attn: Development, PO Box 96312, Washington DC 20090-6312. Please sign the Guestbook at www.legacy.com/washingtontimes
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In memory of
Andrée Charlotte (Lazare) Fry
Fry, Andrée Charlotte Age 96 Andrée Charlotte Fry (née Lazare), 96, beloved matriarch of the Fry family, died peacefully at home on February 8th, 2018. Born and raised in Paris, France, she came to the United States as a "war bride" after WWII, having met and married David Henry Fry (1912-1992) while working as an interpreter for the U.S. Army stationed just outside Paris. They settled in Washington, DC where Andrée led a long and full life as a loving wife and mother, member of Annunciation parish, and translator for both the French embassy and World Bank. She is survived by her children Michele, David, Daniel, Annette, John, Suzanne, Monique, Stephen, and Timothy as well as five grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, a daughter-in-law, two sons-in-law, two nieces, four nephews, and other relatives in the U.S. and across Europe. She was predeceased by her husband of over 46 years and her three sisters. Andrée loved living life to the fullest, spending time with family, doting on her dogs, taking walks, and her vacation at Rehoboth Beach every summer. While she cherished home and family tradition, she also enjoyed new experiences and traveling the world. Elegant, spirited, kind, patient, strong, and selfless - to know Andrée was to love her. We will miss you dearly, Mom! Funeral mass and reception will be held at Annunciation Catholic Church in DC, on Saturday, March 17th beginning at 11:00 AM with inurnment at Arlington National Cemetery later this year. Donations are welcome in lieu of flowers to: Humane Rescue Alliance, Attn: Development, PO Box 96312, Washington DC 20090-6312. Please sign the Guestbook at www.legacy.com/washingtontimes
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