Honorable Frankie A. Salas
Frankie Anthony Salas was bom on October 14, 1950 to fJoaquin Jesus Salas and fMaria Santos Toves Salas (familian Chickagres, Bajesta, and Kururo). He was married to fRuby Erickson Salas and has six daughters and four grandchildren. He is engaged to fiance Mary Santos Taitague. Frankie has eight siblings, Rosie Lizama, Joaquin Salas Jr., Thomas Salas, Maria (Daling) Mendiola, Bernadita (Bennette) Tydingco, Peter Salas and Authur Certeza.
In his early years, Frankie attended Asan Elementary School, which was destroyed by Super Typhoon Karen 1962; he then transferred to Adelup Elementary School. After attending Agat Junior High School, Frankie went on to John F. Kennedy High School where he graduated. Thereafter, he pursued higher education at the Guam Community College and University of Guam.
Commercial Port of Guam, 1969-1971, Department of Labor Office of the Commissioner Asan-Maina, 1971-1972, Commissioner Joaquin S. Santos
Department of Administration, Guam Retirement Division, 1972-1974
Department of Education, George Washington Senior High School, Graphic Artist-Instructor, 1974-2000 (retired)
Guam Federation Teachers Association-Member, 1985-2001 Department of the Army, 2010 (retired)
Advance Management Inc. Naval Hospital, 2000-2014 JJ Global Service-Naval Hospital, 2015-2016
Department of Agriculture Asan 4-H Club, 1962, Boy Scout of America-Asan Troop 2, 1962-1966, Asan Nino Perdido Catholic Church, Holy Name Society, 1967, Department of the Army-Humanitarian Service Award, Super Typhoon Paka Disaster Relief, 1997-1998, Familia Felisa Association-(Salas, Cruz and Taijeron), 1998 Nino Perdido Y Sagrada Familia Parish, Vice-President, 2015-Present
U.S. Army Military Police Corps. Ft. McClellan, Alabama, 1980-1881, U.S. Army HHD 302 Engineer Bn,- Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course for Reserve Components (NCOIC) Ft. Shafter, Hawaii, 1983, 4960th U.S. Army Reserve Force School -Primary Leadership Development Course for Reserve Components (PLDC) Ft. Derussy, Hawaii, 1992, Operation Pacific Haven Enduring Freedom-Joint Task Force, 368th Military Police Company, Guam, 1995, Guam Army National Guard joint with 368th Military Police Company Participating Super Typhoon Paka Disaster Relief, 1997-1998, U.S. Army 88th Military Police Detachment, Camp Zama Japan, Operation Noble Eagle / Enduring Freedom-Overseas Deployment, 2000-2001, Department of the Army, 2010 (retired).
Traditional Villag e Name: AssanMa’ina • Population: 2,137
• Village Flower: Red Plumeria, or Fragipani