Frank discovered a new mineral called chambersite. In the following years Frank was involved in mapping Rocky Mountain National Park. He taught geology and mineralogy in Colorado, Brazil, Texas and Arizona. He became a world traveler and noted photographer. Many residents of the Boulder area have enjoyed the presentations of his various worldwide and local excursions. Frank donated hundreds of slides depicting the geology, wildlife and plant life of the Front Range to the City of Boulder Mountain Parks which are still in use today. He enjoyed volunteering and leading nature hikes for the Parks department. In the 1990‘s Frank received a “Monday Morning Rose” from the Boulder Daily Camera for all of his good works.
In recent years Frank became a donor to and friend of “the Elephant Sanctuary” in Tennessee. If you'd like to make a donation in Frank 's name please go to www.elephants.com
Published in The Daily Camera on Sept. 29, 2013