CAMS Coordinator Spotlight: Frank Crank

DOE is thankful for its coordinators and wants to recognize them. Frank Crank is the state CAMS coordinator in Arizona. Frank was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and learned ministry and Christian Education first hand from his parents G.F. and Dorothy M. Crank.

Frank is # 11 of 14 children and the first of his siblings to graduate from college. Frank attended Lee College before transferring to West Coast Bible College where he graduated with a BA in Christian Education.

Frank continued his education at the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, earning an MA in Theology and Christian Ministry which he immediately put to use teaching at East Coast Bible College in Charlotte, NC, until moving to Fresno as Athletic Director at West Coast Christian College.

Frank also taught at California Christian College and at Patten University where he assumed the role of Associate Dean for Patten University and Mission California.

Frank is married to and simply could not do CAMS, as well without, Anita who serves as Arizona State Secretary Treasurer as well as keeping the Ministries of CAMS/MIP/Church Planting and Chaplaincy running smoothly.

Frank and Anita have been married since 1980 and have 3 wonderful adult children and 3 adorable grandsons.

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