Get to Know Frank Robert

The Robert Family (left to right: Beth, Lindsay, Frank, & Jill)

Serving others is woven in the Robert Family.

Frank, his wife Beth, and their first born daughter Jill, moved from the city of Catonsville to beautiful Sykesville Carroll County in June of 1999. As dear as Catonsville is to their hearts, Sykesville quickly became home as they readily made life-long friends and added to their family with the birth of their second daughter, Lindsay.

Frank has spent his whole life and career ‘giving back’ in many different ways. Always valuing an opportunity to help others, Frank taught 7th and 8th grade Math in Newport News, VA – and after several years teaching he headed back to his Alma Mater where he became Assistant to the Dean of Admissions at William and Mary College.

From there Frank pursued a career as a Medical Sales Representative which he enjoyed very much for 22 years. For the past 7 years, Frank has enjoyed tremendous success and most important gratification, working for the United Methodist Church – helping individuals and churches as the Associate Director of the Mid-Atlantic United Methodist Foundation.

Frank and his wife Beth are both very active community members. A Rotarian and former President of the Town Council of Sykesville, Frank enjoyed coaching both Soccer and Softball for many years in the Freedom Rec Council program. Most recently Frank has been truly honored to represent St. Paul’s United Methodist as a Lay representative to the Baltimore Washington Annual Conference. In addition to this position, Frank has served as a liaison for ESCAPE Ministries.

Frank has both a Masters degree in Higher Education from the College of William and Mary in Virginia and a Masters degree of Business Education from Loyola University in Maryland.

Frank’s wife Beth has been a Special Education Teacher for 28 years. Beth has been with the Carroll County Public School System for 15 of those years. Beth enjoys her students immensely and helping their families learn the best techniques and strategies to help their children succeed. Beth teaches Sunday school and rings bells at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church and has also volunteered as a Special Needs Ice Hockey Coach.

On top of all of these wonderful gifts the Robert family has given our community…they are loving and devoted parents. Oldest daughter Jill, currently a senior Nursing student at Clemson University, has always had a passion to help others. In her free time, Jill helps to organize Medical Missions Trips. Younger daughter Lindsay, currently a senior at Century High School, president of the national honor society, captain of the volleyball team and is planning to be a High School Teacher and Coach.