Broderick, Frank

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NAME: Frank Broderick



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Frank Broderick, 38, a founder and editor of Philadelphia's gay news magazine Au Courant, died Monday at Graduate Hospital of complications from AIDS. Born in Darby and raised in Havertown, Mr. Broderick graduated in 1976 from Pennsylvania State University, where he majored in journalism. His first job was with the Philadelphia Gay News, where he worked for more than six years as writer and editor. A quiet man, his writing often sparkled with the wit and attentiveness toPublished on 1993-02-10, Page E07, Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA)

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Date of Birth: 4/15/1954

Date of Death: 2/8/1993

Age at Death: 38


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