His work included posts in a great range of nonprofit organizations, culminating in a succession of positions at the Mystic Seaport Museum, where he retired as deputy director. His earlier jobs included work for Manhattanville College and Union College, and serving as associate director of development at Princeton.
Frank held a great range of volunteer responsibilities in the world of museums and at the National Endowment for the Humanities, The American Textile History Museum, and the Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library. He also volunteered for his church, St. Ann’s Episcopal in Old Lyme, Conn.
He died Dec. 21, 2016. Frank is survived by his wife, Sandy (Alexandra); their children, David and Amy ’89; and a cousin, William H. ’60. The class offers condolences to each of them on the loss of our loyal classmate.