Frank on the Bellagio Walkway, Part II:Getting Back on the Grid

May 17, 2014  •  1 Comment

If I were to describe Frank to you,  you would think that I was writing an executive biography.  He was born and raised in Connecticut, father was a dentist (ironic that Frank has no teeth left which is why he eats yogurt) and went to Florida State University on a golf scholarship.  He graduated from the University of Hartford with an accounting degree. In 1986, he got his CPA license while working  as a CFO for New York City based Royal Par Industries.  Soon after the 1987 stock market crash, Frank moved on and went to work for Maher Hartford Inc, a corporate advertising firm based in Connecticut, as their VP of Finance. . .

This year marks the 20th anniversary of his turning point.   I was fascinated as I listened to him recount his story so eloquently - and then imagine my surprise when he asked if he could see my blog post about him  - never did I think that the man I photographed on the Bellagio Bridge would actually be reading my blog!

We are on a mission to help Frank get off the bridge which is the reason why I brought my laptop with me today.  Step one:  get a duplicate birth certificate.  Yesterday, we told Frank to bring whatever he had with him so we could start the ball rolling.  Here is what's left of his current birth certificate.  

It's so far not proving to be as easy as it sounds since the agencies involved with Birth Certificates, State ID's, and Social Security cards all seem to require each other's "government issued" ID's.  It feels like I'm trying to solve the chicken & egg equation but nevertheless, an order for his birth certificate has been submitted.  

 

 


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