Frank graduated from Monsignor McClancy Memorial High School in 1973. He played baseball for the Crusaders for all four years and was selected as the All-Brooklyn/Queens first baseman following his senior season. He was a leader of the McClancy team that went on to the City Championship game against Archbishop Molloy.
Frank graduated from Queens College in 1977 where he had been a four-year starter and captain of the team his senior year. Frank was named Most Valuable Player for the Queens College Knights after his senior season and was selected as a conference all-star.
Frank had a successful nineteen year career at DDB Worldwide, an international advertising company, where he was the Director of Business Applications. He is currently the Operations Manager of a software company on Long Island.
Frank now lives in Massapequa, N.Y., with Carol, his wife of seventeen years, and their two children, John and Natalie.