Frank Ryan Fixed People, But From The Inside Out

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"He was the Bentley of plastic surgeons," offered former model Janice Dickinson through whatever tissue currently constitutes her lips. "He fixed people, but from the inside out."

Frank Ryan (1902, at Bottomstown, Elton, Co. Limerick—June 10, 1944, Dresden) was a prominent member of the Irish Republican Army, editor of An Phoblacht, leftist activist and leader of Irish volunteers on the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War.

From 1981 until his retirement in 1986, he was a partner at the Washington law firm now known as Windels Marx Lane and Mittendorf.

Sources close to the family tell us the doctor's remains will stay in Malibu for the next couple of days for a private memorial service for the doc's closest friends.


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