|Birth: ||Sep. 27, 1964|
|Death: ||Feb. 22, 2002|
Central Visayas, Philippines
As part of Operation Enduring Freedom, Kerry was part of the U.S. mission to assist the Philippines against terrorists on the southern island of Basilan. Kerry was a member of the U.S. Army, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (S.O.A.R.), Airborne, known as the Night Stalkers.
Near the end of a long mission, with numerous take offs, landings, and mid-air refuelings, his MH-47E Chinook crashed into the sea off the coast of Apo Island, Philippines in the early morning hours of February 22, 2002 (local time).
DOD News Release
Kerry is survived by his wife Carolyn and two young children.
Kerry is the youngest child of Paul and Martha Frith, and was killed on their 58th wedding anniversary. Martha passed away less than five months after Kerry's death. Her cremated remains were buried at Arlington, in the grave next to Kerry on September 27, 2002, which was Kerry's 38th birthday.
Terry Lee Frith (1946-1994)
Sherry Louise Frith
Thomas Richard Frith
Timothy John Frith
Paul Robert Frith
James Glenn Frith (aka Anthony Wilde)
Paul Richard Frith (1926 - 2014)
Martha Jo Sanders Frith (1928 - 2002)
Terry Lee Frith (1946 - 1994)*
Kerry Wayne Frith (1964 - 2002)
Arlington National Cemetery
Plot: Section 64, Grave 6664
Created by: Anthony Wilde
Record added: Aug 15, 2002
Find A Grave Memorial# 6688117