Richard Lincoln Frey
Richard Lincoln Frey, American author, editor. World championship chief bridge commentator, 1960-1970. Named Leading American Bridge Player, 1934, Life Master, 1936. Member American Society Journalists and Authors.
Frey, Richard Lincoln was born on February 12, 1905 in New York City. Son of Louis Joseph and Bessie Alice (Butzel) Frey.
Extension student, Columbia University.
With Federal Advertising Agency, 1921-1925. Vice president, account executive Herald Advertising Agency, New York City, 1925-1927. Advertising manager for clothing manufacturers, 1928-1934.
Proprietor Triangle Bridge Club, 1933-1934. National sales manager Kem Playing Cards. Also associate editor Bridge World magazine, 1935-1937.
President Morehead, Frey & Whitman Advertising, New York City, 1938-1939. Freelance author, 1940-1960. Editor, public relations director American Contract Bridge League, 1959-1970.
Editor-in-chief Official Encyclopedia Bridge, from 1964. President International Bridge Press Association, 1969-1980, chairman, from 1980, Goren Editorial Board, from 1970.
World championship chief bridge commentator, 1960-1970.
Author: According to Hoyle, How to Win at Contract Bridge in 10 Easy Lessons.
Member American Society Journalists and Authors.
Married Mabel Amy Planco, July 10, 1935. Children: Steven Lewis (deceased), Stephanie Constance Frey-Secor.
Louis Joseph Frey
Bessie Alice (Butzel) Frey
Mabel Amy Planco
Steven Lewis Frey (deceased)
Stephanie Constance Frey-Secor Frey