FRANK MULFORD WARE, 71, a Main Line real estate broker, died Tuesday of cancer at his home in Devon.
Mr. Ware founded Frank Ware Associates in Radnor in 1963. The business moved to Wayne, where it continues to operate.
He also wrote about the real estate business. His most recent book, Almost Everything You Know About Real Estate Is Wrong, was completed just before his death.
Mr. Ware was a director and former president of the Main Line Board of Realtors and received its J.M. Fronefield Award for outstanding service. He pioneered the board’s use of computers, its daily hotline, and other innovations.
During World War II, Mr. Ware was a sergeant with the Army’s 94th Chemical Mortar Battalion in France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and Austria.
He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 1947 with a bachelor’s in mathematics, and in 1949 earned a degree in civil engineering at Penn’s School of Engineering.
Survivors: his wife, Eileen Wolfgram Ware; daughters, Diane W. Classen and Nina W. Saunders; and five grandsons.
Services: 2 p.m. tomorrow, Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church, 625 Montgomery Ave.
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) – Thursday, June 29, 1995