President Bill Clinton, one from President Barack Obama and one from Vice-President Joe Biden. There's a picture of Frank with Clinton, another of him with Hillary Clinton, and one of him near Celine Dion.
The lamp holder he carried in 2002 For the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, is affixed to a proper newspaper cut. In addition, there is an autobiographical photo of baseball Derek Jeter, who wanted Frank to be well in 2014.
"It's a little history," said Frank.
Initially, he was bound to promise to remain with the driver until every pupil in school was unthinkable in the morning. He then expanded that vow until he was a local child, who at that time was in the classroom until his pre-school age.
From leaving the manager's position, he continued his commitment to collective recovery – and extended his flock far beyond Columbia's high school.
After five years of retirement, a 64-year-old man is as busy as ever when traveling to a shepherd's headquarters and communities affected by shooting from school. This is the most recent repetition of a developing role, albeit unwanted, and it began in 1999. April 20
"Columbus offers hope," Frank said. "And what I hope after 20 years that we do that we reach other people – Parks, Santa Fes, Sandy Hooks, Virginia Techs".
"I think I was chosen to do it."
"Always always head in front of the jubilee," she said. "And I only hope that with the twentieth that perhaps this is the last anniversary that is as big as that, and that we can move a little bit."
A committed teacher faces an unthinkable
 When Frank was 13 years, he got a job in the pizzeria. In high school he introduced newspapers. Frank's parents taught hard work and devotion, and when he got sick he hardly missed the job.
Diane, who was born in Frank's High School, said she was beautiful but very serious. He had no sense of humor. The couple spent all the time, and even in high school, Frank gave the promise ring and said he wanted to get married. Diane didn't want that, she said, so they broke.
"I didn't have spontaneity … I was so serious," Frank admitted. "I was 15 or 16 years old and I had to plan my whole life."
However, Frank was sure what he wanted to study at college. But they both played sports, so when Frank told his brother that he would become an educator, Anthony DeAngel thought it was for athletics.
"I thought it was probably pretty good. said Anthony.
Like everyone, Frank dove deeply. At the beginning of his career, Frank and the director once made him take his keys to school once a weekend. "He said," I don't want to see you around this school. Frank, you need to escape, ”he recalled.