Milton Frank II was born September 5, 1910 in Nashville, TN.
Frank earned a football scholarship to the University of Tennessee, playing for the legendary Robert Neyland. Coach Frank held a B.S. degree from the University of Tennessee (1934), and a Master's Degree from George Peabody College in Physical Education and School Administration.
Milton Frank came to Huntsville in 1934 as coach and athletic director at Huntsville High School; a position he held until 1946. For 12 years he directed athletics at the high school, then resigned in 1946 to enter the jewelry business. He became a co-owner of a jewelry store in Huntsville and vice-president of one in Mobile.
He was a past president of the Huntsville Shrine and Optimist Clubs, a past president of Temple B'nai Sholom congregation in Huntsville, and a member of the city board of education for five years before his death, serving as chairman of the board in 1966. A few weeks before his death the name of Huntsville Stadium was changed to Milton Frank Stadium in his honor.
Coached Huntsville High to 81 wins, 20 losses and 9 ties in 12 seasons. Coach Frank chaired the drive to build a new stadium in Huntsville. That stadium bears his name today. Milton Frank died April 10, 1967, in Huntsville.