National Obituary Review

Dead Person of the Day January 18 – Georgia Frontiere

0 Comments 18 January 2012

Folks,

What a breath of fresh air Georgia is eh? I really like her skirt and sweater set in that ad too! Lets face it…if you’re able to get married 7 times in your life you must be either filthy rich or a dynamo in the sack. Either way, I’m sure Georgia takes her Honey Bunches of Oats with a half bowl of milk.

Also, on a personal level, I’m happy Georgia moved the Rams out of SoCal. I don’t necessarily give a poop about the Rams but I like the idea of her taking something away from L.A. They should put a goddam toilet seat on top of that place.

Lets do it!

Georgia Frontiere (November 21, 1927 – January 18, 2008)

Published: January 19, 2008

Georgia Frontiere, the owner of the National Football League’s Rams for nearly three decades and the first woman to take control of a league franchise, died Friday. She was 80.

The Rams’ owner, Georgia Frontiere, with the Lombardi Trophy amid confetti after St. Louis won the Super Bowl in 2000.

Her death was announced by the Rams on their Web site. She had been hospitalized with breast cancer for several months, her children said in a statement posted there.

Frontiere, an occasional night-club singer and chorus line performer who hoped to become an opera star, was thrust into the pro football world in April 1979 when her husband, Carroll Rosenbloom, the owner of the Los Angeles Rams, drowned in the ocean while swimming near his Florida home. Continue

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