|Died:||January 10, 2007, Atlanta, Georgia|
|Buried:||Maple Hill Cemetery, Huntsville, Alabama|
• Zimmie's family immigrated from Poland in 1914. First moving to Chattanooga and shortly afterward to Knoxville. - Find A Grave
• "Mrs. Frank was raised in Knoxville. Following her marriage to Milton Frank Jr., head football coach at Huntsville High School, in 1934, she moved to Huntsville, where she lived until 1992. " - Find A Grave
• Zimmie and Milton had two sons Buster and Butch. Both sons went to the University of Alabama on football scholarships and played for Bryant. Buster became a civic leader in Huntsville and focused on Real Estate. Butch moved to Atlanta and became a cardiologist. - Find A Grave
• In an interview for the Huntsville Times Obituary, her son, Butch, tells of her support for family's football teams. - Find A Grave
• "After the war, Zimmie worked at the arsenal serving as one of the secretaries for the commanding colonel." - Find A Grave
• "Mrs. Frank was a member of the Aladdin Club (president), Altrusa, and the Music Club. Mrs. Frank was also a member of the Pulaski Pike Home Demonstration Club." - Sesquicentennial
• Zimmie helped make the jewelry stores successful. - Find A Grave
• "She was active in Democratic Party, many civic clubs, was an active Gray Lady, active with the Red Cross, President of B'nai Shalom Sisterhood, member of the Altrusa International and was a collector of many early American antiques. " - Find A GraveRelated Links:
• Find A Grave - Page created by Heather with detailed biographical information.
• Sesquicentennial - Commemorative Album, Celebrating our City's Sesquicentennial of Progress, Huntsville, Alabama, by James E. Taylor, General Chairman, 1955, page 279.
The Following Pages Link to this Page:
• Milton Frank
• Morris Werthan Frank