Frank was born in Pampa, Texas in 1958. He was reared on a ranch in Roberts County , north of Pampa, by Don and Fran with his brothers Dusty and Jim.
After graduating from Pampa High School in 1976, Frank attended Texas Tech University where he received his B.S. in Agricultural Economics. Following a 4-H exchange trip to Australia , Frank returned to school to continue his education and was awarded a Master of Public Affairs from the prestigious LBJ School of Public Affairs at The University of Texas in 1984.
Frank has been active in Republican Party politics since his graduation. He served as Coalition Director for the Reagan-Bush Campaign in 1984 and as the Regional Campaign Director for Bill Clements for Governor in 1986 .
Frank took his conservative philosophy to Washington , D.C. when he served Congressman Larry Combest as Legislative Liaison for Agricultural Issues. During his tenure with the Congressman, he helped forge protections for the cotton industry in the 1985 Farm Bill. He also served in Governor Bill Clements' Office of Management and Budget and the State Department of Insurance.
In 2000, Frank was elected to serve on the Lubbock City Council where he demonstrated his leadership skills through the various critical issue debates. During each of these discussions, Frank held to his conservative philosophy and voted in support of Lubbock 's citizens. Currently, Frank continues to own and operate Morrison Commodity Service, an agricultural dairy industry distribution company. He is married to Lynette W. Morrison . His son (Frank, Jr.) is a sophomore at Texas Tech University , as well as a reservist in the United States Marine Corps. The Morrison family attends Vandelia Church where Frank teaches 2nd and 3rd grade bible class. He is also active in the Downtown AmBuCs.