Helping Those in Need – Remembering Bryan Frank from Universal Creative

Even though the theme park creative community can seem quite large, you’d be surprised how we can all rally together in times of need. Recently, Bryan Frank suddenly passed away from a rare form of leukemia. I’m told that he didn’t know he had it until it snuck on him and took his life very quickly.  

Bryan Frank moved up from the ranks at Universal Orlando. He worked as a ride operator at Revenge of the Mummy and quickly got promoted to management, opened Transformers: The Ride and eventually into Universal Creative. Once at UC, he worked on Skull Island: Reign of Kong, Fast & Furious: Supercharged as well as the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

Today I’m asking that if you’re a part of the theme park community if you can take a moment to contribute to the family’s GoFundMe page, it would help out his family. Bryan Frank left behind a wife and son who now have to pick up the pieces and no one can be totally prepared for a loss like this so quickly.  If interested, follow this link to help out the family and if you know anyone who can help, feel free to share this article of the GoFundMe Page. Thanks.

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