Frank Wynerth Summers III, a.k.a. Frank “Beau” Summers

I am an Anglo-Acadian US citizen with many roots and ties that join and bind me to the United States and to Louisiana especially. I have written for and been published on a paying basis in The Daily Advertiser, The Abbeville MeridionalBonnes Nouvelles (Vermilion), The Vermilion, and a number of other venues. I published academically a review in The Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. I have published in many newsletters and published several for pay. I have had letters to the editor published in Time and Newsweek and The Morning Star which became the Acadiana Catholic. At the time of  starting this blog I am a regular commenter on the Lords of the Blog here on WordPress, have an active Facebook  milieu and am 45 years old.

I was commissioned a Lay Evangelist by the Catholic Diocese of Lafayette, Louisiana in 1980.

I won the Sophomore Class Award at the Franciscan University of Steubenville in 1985.

I received a lifetime FCC Radiotelephone Operator’s License in 1986.

I got married in 1987. I was married for seven years in the complete way. The exact date of the divorce eludes me but we were not together at theat date of course.

I earned a Bachelor of Arts cum laude from the University of Louisiana in 1989. I also won the Alumni Association Outstanding Graduate Award.

I was named Honorary Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana in 1991.

I was certified a catechist by the Catholic Diocese of Lafayette in 1991.

I received the Board of Regents Fellowship and enrolled at Louisiana State University in 1991.

I received a Master of Arts degree in History in 1993.

I received a Health and Life Insurance License  @ 2003.

I was certified a Foreign Expert by the People’s Republic of China and their Board of Foreign Experts in 2004.

I have lived in or visited:

Canada, Mexico, the Philippines, Colombia, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, American Samoa, Guam, Japan, China, the United Kingdom, Eire, France, Italy, Austria, Greece, Switzerland, Vatican City, Denmark , the Federated States of Micronesia, the Netherlands and some other countries.


For another take on who I am and why I live as I have while blogging here see this post:

or this one:

Here is a document that may offer some insight. In an even slightly ideal world this text would be much better. BUT I have had untold difficulties so far with this document as my infrastructure is often in more decay than stasis or progress. One could also copy and drag it from here.

3 responses to “Frank Wynerth Summers III, a.k.a. Frank “Beau” Summers

  1. Louis Philippe Boudreau

    Hey Beau,

    Sorry we were cut off for a while due to my change of e mail address. I hope all is well. Mail me and I will send you some photos of my recent adventure in Torres de Paeno Natonal Park in Southern Patagonia. It is one of the most unique places in the world. I was reminded of the Yeats poem while climbing up to the Cuernos amid the exotic flora and fauna and the icy blue lakes which felt more like a trip to a planet on the other side of the galaxy. Here is the refrain of the poem which was in mind:

    Where the wave of moonlight glosses
    The dim gray sands with light,
    Far off by furthest Rosses
    We foot it all the night,
    Weaving olden dances
    Mingling hands and mingling glances
    Till the moon has taken flight;
    To and fro we leap
    And chase the frothy bubbles,
    While the world is full of troubles
    And anxious in its sleep.
    Come away, O human child!
    To the waters and the wild
    With a faery, hand in hand,
    For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.

    • franksummers3ba


      It is all well and good to start off with an apology. But see things my way Philippe, if I allowed comments form everyone who was among my first paying students, an old friend from home and my parents’ godson just because they sent me a Yeats poem from Patagonia where would I be? Well welcome back in touch anyway…

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