Let's sit back, relax and let’s learn about Frank.
1. How long have you been in rotary?
Date of induction 11/9/77 Sponsored by John T. Guy
2.  My Favorite Rotary moments:
Besides being a past president of the club in 1986, I attended various Rotary clubs around the world including Florida, the Grand Canyon, and Sweeden.
3.  Where I currently live and where I grew up:
I currently live in the south end of Dover on Dover Point Rd. I grew up in Newport RI when it was a Navy town, as well as a summer vacation spot for the Newport 400 or The 400 richest families in the United States... and no we were not one of the 400.  My mother was a nanny for one of those families and they allowed my mother to buy the gardener's cottage so we actually lived on their  estate. 
4.My Hobbies:
My primary hobby is hiking and walking with friends. John Guy and I hiked many trails in New Hampshire including Mount Major, Mount Chocorua, and Mount Washington. My wife and I also hiked across England on the Hadrian Wall Path. During retirement I look forward to taking more hiking trips. Over the last 25 years Peter Widmark and I have walked  3-4 miles along the south end of Dover almost daily. Except now when I am walking in the cold while Peter is in the sunshine state.
5. My business profession:
I just retired from the pharmacy business. I was blessed to become a pharmacist when most pharmacies were independent and locally owned. After graduating from URI and spending 2 years in the army  from 1969-1971,  I moved back to New England and bought my first pharmacy in Somersworth, NH. I've opened or bought 13 pharmacies, 2 Hallmark Gold Crown stores, 2 pizza shops, 1 ice cream shop and 1 gift shop on Hampton Beach etc... I think I had ADHD before it was diagnosed. I sold my last pharmacy in Wolfeboro 2 months ago and now I am looking forward to "retirement."
6. Something my fellow Rotarians don't know about me:
I have been married for 53 years to my beautiful and  intelligent wife, Theresa. Together we've had 3 children and 2 grandchildren. 
7. Final words:
The future is wide open and I cannot wait to excercise my new found freedoms.