Weymouth: Town Clerk retires after 54 years of service

Weymouth Town Clerk Frank Fryer is retiring at the end of the month after 35 years on the job and 54 years of service to the town.

He was recognized at the Town Council meeting Monday night. Fryer received proclamations by Mayor Sue Kay, State Representative James Murphy, the Weymouth Town Council and other town clerks, as well as Congressman Bill Keating and State Senator Bob Hedlund.

Mayor Sue Kay presented the town proclamation, honoring Frank Fryer.

“It is with great pride and pleasure that we commend and honor Mr. Franklin Fryer on his retirement. We thank you for your commitment and dedication to the community and to the residents of the Town of Weymouth,” Kay exclaimed.

At 90 years old, Frank Fryer is the oldest town clerk on record in the state of Massachusetts.

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About John Penny

John Penny is a town news reporter at WATD. He primarily covers stories in the towns of Marshfield, Cohasset, Scituate, Norwell, Hingham, Abington and Quincy.