Staff Spotlight: Matthew Frank

We welcome Matthew Frank to Schaefer’s Phoenix, Arizona team as senior modeler.

1. What is the most extreme thing you have ever done?

Skydiving was fun, but have you ever flown in a P-3C Orion?

2. What is a skill that you don’t have, but wish you did?

I have a banjo I hope to master some day.

3. What are your hobbies?

I enjoy music, golf, disc golf, hiking + home-automation.

4. Favorite sports and teams.

My fandom is rather eclectic:

  • College football + basketball | University of Cincinnati, University of Michigan + University of North Carolina
  • Professional football | Cincinnati Bengals
  • Baseball | Cincinnati Reds + Boston Red Sox
  • Soccer | FC Cincinnati

5. Meet my family.

  • My better half, Julia, has the most difficult of jobs – running our household and raising our children!
  • Daniel, my oldest stepson, currently serves in the United States Navy as an aviation mechanic.
  • Noah, my middle stepson, is currently enrolled in Northern Kentucky University’s music education program.
  • Benjamin, my youngest stepson, is in high school.
  • Greta, our first child together, was born in October 2019 and has been the light we all needed during this tumultuous year.

6. What would you do with $1 million?

I’d sign up our family for the Disney Platinum Plus Annual Pass and send my wife on a much deserved vacation. Most importantly, I’d breathe a bit easier knowing I’m on a path to build wealth for my family for generations to come.

7. What’s your signature dish to cook for family and friends?

My wife would say my biscuits + gravy.

8. If you weren’t in this profession, what would you be?

It would be a toss-up between IT and the medical field.

9. What’s on your bucket list?

I’d like to take my wife to see her homeland, the Sicilian Coast.

10. If you could design a structure anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I’d design a structure in Germany in order to leave a mark on my heritage.


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