Frank’s involvement over the years in community matters has included the co-founding in 1970, along with Dr. Tom Pate MD, of the Julie Jordan Free Clinic on Woodlawn Avenue to address the drug scene in San Antonio. In the late 1960s and 1970, before the advent of collective bargaining for Police Personnel,  he represented, pro bono,  the San Antonio Police Officers Association before Mayor Walter Mc Calister  and the San Antonio City Counsel regarding pay and benefits for the rank and file PD officers, including during the tenure of James Anderson as President of the Association, who was later killed in the line of duty. In 1985 he and his then Spouse, Joanne (Parrish) along with Donna Hood founded the Hill Country Family Service Agency located in Boerne which continues today as a front line charitable agency for the needy in Kendall County. Under the umbrella of the Boerne Rotary Club, Bill Nelson and Frank established the Boerne Area Community Center which served for many years as an essential facility for the growing City of Boerne, currently to be the new home of the Boerne YMCA.

For several years under Father James Manning he served as Scout Master For St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Boerne.

Professional Associations

Frank is an Honorary  member of the San Antonio Police Officers Association;  an Honorary member of the Sons of The Republic of Texas; a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 688 Boerne, Texas, serving as Adjutant from 2010 to 2016, and a member of Sons of the American Revolution, serving as Chancellor.

Community Involvement