We’re celebrating Frank’s twenty-fifth anniversary at Sabre Yachts – a very impressive milestone, especially because only seventeen current associates (of our one-hundred and fifty total) have reached this anniversary! Frank’s dedication is exemplary, and we appreciate every moment of his twenty-five years.
Tell me about something that was difficult but made you a better person:
Raising a child at a young age. I had to grow up fast.
If you had to sell everything you owned, and could only keep one thing, what would you keep and why?
My house, you would freeze in Maine otherwise.
Where would you go in a time machine?
100 years into the future.
What’s something your mother taught you that you’ve never forgotten?
How to cook for myself.
Tell me about your best childhood friend:
Billy – he would make you laugh until you cried.
Is it ever okay to break the rules?
If you’re the one who makes the rules.
When you’re 80 what story will you tell your grandchildren?
How I met their grandmother.
What’s your favorite book of all time?
Slaughterhouse-Five, by Kurt Vonnegut.
Tell me about your earliest childhood memory:
Watching Johnny Carson with Grandma.
How honest are you?
What’s the most important thing you learned in school?
Math. I can keep track of how many beers are in the fridge!
What, in your opinion, is the best thing about humanity?
That it’s still around.
If you could talk to someone who has passed away who would you talk to and what would you say?
I talk to my father all the time.
Would you rather be deaf or blind?
Deaf. My wife says I’m deaf already.