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Topic - Peter Lyde
"He had the opportunity to live anywhere he wanted to live and go where he wanted to go and he stayed in Philadelphia," Peter Lyde said. "We're just thankful and grateful people are coming together now to celebrate him. Better late than never. We're thankful for all the city is doing."
Peter Lyde said there are discussions to name a bridge in Frazier's honor in his hometown of Beaufort, S.C.