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Franck, Michael S. 1957-

FRANCK, Michael S. 1957-

PERSONAL: Born June 6, 1957, in Ypsilanti, MI; son of Donald G. (a banker) and Merrilee (a homemaker) Franck; married April 23, 1988; wife's name Jeanette M. (a lawyer); children: Ryan, Christian. Ethnicity: "German-American." Education: Western Michigan University, B.A., 1979; Florida Institute of Technology, M.B.A., 1984, M.S., 1986; U.S. Command and General Staff College, graduated, 1995. Politics: Republican. Religion: Roman Catholic. Hobbies and other interests: Reading, hunting, fly-fishing.

ADDRESSES: Home—935 North Brys, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI 48236. Offıce—TACOM, U.S. Army, 6501 East 11-Mile Rd., Warren, MI 48397. E-mail— [email protected]

CAREER: U.S. Army, TACOM, Warren, MI, technical writer for Department of Defense periodical PS, beginning early 1980s. Also works as evening college instructor.

MEMBER: Masons (Laurel of Acacia-Eastgate lodge).


Elmwood Endures, Wayne State University Press (Detroit, MI), 1996.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Detroit Illustrated—1889.

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