Fred Morrison, inventor of the Frisbee, dies

2/11/2010 by John Borelli

From PDGA.com:

Walter Fredrick (Fred) Morrison, best known as the inventor of the Frisbee, passed away February 9, 2010 at the age of 90 at his home in Monroe, UT after a long period of declining health.

The idea for flying discs didn’t start out as the Frisbee(c). Like most boys and girls since the dawn of time, Fred experimented with flat, round objects he found laying about his small town neighborhood in Richfield, Utah. Flipping them to see how well they would fly, Fred developed a lifelong fascination with flight.

> See the full story and learn more about Fred

Comments:

by Jay Ducharme on 2/11/2010 at 7:05:55 PM
Great story, and a fine tribute to a remarkable man. Thanks, Phil, for helping to set the record straight.


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