Jeremy Fry

Jeremy Joseph Fry (19 May 1924 – 18 July 2005) was a British inventor, engineer, entrepreneur, adventurer and arts patron.

Early life

Born into the Fry family in Bristol, the son of Cecil Roderick Fry, who, as the last chairman of the J. S. Fry & Sons chocolate concern arranged for the sale of the company to rival Cadbury's, enraging the family.[1] Jeremy was educated at Gordonstoun, and joined the Royal Air Force as a pilot. After the war, Jeremy took up motorsport[2] driving a 500cc Parsenn[3] but quit after his cousin Joe was killed at Blandford.

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