Young Chicago Gay Dancer Dies
Prince Edwards, a popular young gay dancer who was active National Youth Pride Services (NYPS) died Jan. 16 after an illness. He was 25.
“This is really a shock to us, but I can say Prince lived his life to the fullest,” said NYPS CEO Frank Walker in a statement. “I thank him for all the young people he introduced to YPS and how he continued to be involved with the NYPS family as an alumni.”
The Chicago native was well known for his dance talents, performing at over 100 events throughout the city, according to NYPS.
Robert “Kirk” Fondern, a board member of NYPS and a friend of Edwards, described Edwards as “very free-spirited, very open-minded.”
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