Dr. Frank Borovetz, Jr. [Football '18]

Dr. Frank Borovetz, Jr. is a lifelong resident of Muskogee, OK. He attended Houston Elementary, Alice Robertson Junior High and graduated from Central High School in 1957. After high school, he attended Connors State College, where he enjoyed playing football for the Cowboys, in addition to participating in various campus activities. He then transferred to Northeastern State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts. Borovetz furthered his education, earning his masters degree from Colorado State College in Greeley, Co, and his Doctorate of Education at the University of Tulsa.

Borovetz began a career in education in Muskogee as an elementary teacher, before moving into administration and eventually becoming the Assistant Superintendent of Catoosa Public Schools. He then became the Vice President of Fiscal Affairs at Connors State College and worked on a number of federal grants. Upon retirement from Connors, Borovetz wanted to stay active, chosing to take a position with the Veterans Administration, where he worked to make sure veterans were informed and taking full advantage of their benefits. 

In addition to his career, Borovetz has actively served the community of Muskogee. He was a member of the Jaycees, has served on numerous community boards and served as a city councilman for over 20 years. He was active in the Special Olympics program in Oklahoma and has served as the secretary and elder at the First Lutheran Church of Muskogee, where both he and his wife, Kay, are members.

Both retired and still living in Muskogee, they stay busy traveling, attending activities and spending time with their children and grandchildren. Borovetz is proud to have two grandsons playing football just like “ Pops.”