His first real computer was an Apple IIc and has been an avid computer user since then. He can write and converse on many different subjects. He can type at least 35 words per minute, but he admits, however, to playing the guitar poorly.
Frank has many interests which include: aviation, motorcycles, computers, automobiles, hunting, fishing, camping, firearms, competitive shooting, cooking, music, American History, Irish history, politics and dogs.
Frank's studies included lower division units which included subjects such as English, Astronomy, Political Science and general education subjects required to attain his Associate of Arts degree.
Frank attended classes such as English and Journalism
Frank took classes such as English grammar, photography and a computer class.
Frank had a 26 year career in various Civil Service positions. He started when he joined the U.S. Army. He had a 16 year career with the U.S. Postal Service working as an LSM Operator, a Letter Carrier, a Clerk and as a Postmaster of a small town. He also worked for the State of California with such agencies as the Department of General Services, the Student Aid Commission and the Department of Motor Vehicles. He became adept at reading and interpreting complex manuals of operation in each of the above agencies.
While working for the U.S. Postal Service as a Bulk Mail Technician he made presentations to Bulk Business mailers on how to presort mail and fill-out necessary U.S. Post Office Bulk Business Mail submission forms.
When Frank worked as a Postmaster of a small town he made presentations to schools and various community organizations about the U.S. Postal Service's Ben Franklin Stamp Club. I instructed local children in the art of Philately-stamp collecting.