of New York City and Monterey, MA. He is survived by his wife Nancy, whom he adored, his children Scott (Christine), Jenifer (Russell), and Benjamin and his grandchildren Rachel, Zachary, Taylor and Savannah, his brother Jeffrey (Michelle) and many nephews, nieces, cousins and friends. Frank had a 30 year career of progressively responsible positions at the NYSE, retiring as Executive Vice President and a member of the Management Committee, with responsibility for Human Resources, Ethics, Security and Administration. He loved going to work each day and also gave back to the community as Chairman of the Board of Better Business Bureau, Vice Chairman of Junior Achievement, President of Stephen Wise Free Synagogue and as a Board Member of many other non-profits. He was also elected to the Lake Buel Tax District Prudential Committee in Western Massachusetts. In retirement, Frank was a committed member, student and leader at the Institute for Retired Professionals at New School University. Curious about everything, he and Nancy loved to travel the world, The Yankees, the theater and a good mystery. Frank had a deep love for his family and tried hard to make the world a better place. He was generous, caring and funny and he will be missed. Remembrances to IRP at New School University or MJHS Foundation. Services will be held at "The Riverside" on Amsterdam and W. 76th St., on June 1 at 2:00pm.
Published in New York Times on May 31, 2016.