Frank Adamson McCormack was born in Glasgow on Thursday 25th September 1924, brought up in Easterhill in Tollcross. Frank was a plasterer to trade but would eventually turn professional as a footballer who played centre half.
Frank started his football career at Parkhead Football club, Parkhead played their football at Helenslea Park at the time. He spent 4 years at the club before moving to Shawfield,
Frank moved to Clyde in the summer of 1946. Signed by then manager Paddy Travers he would spend 3 seasons at the club. Frank would make 82 appearances scoring once, He would also be part of the squad that toured South Africa for 3 months in 1947.
Frank Signed for Oldham from clyde for £6000 in November 1949 (this was a lot of money at that time for a football transfer), aged 25 Frank would spend only the one season at Boundary Park. He made 14 appearances.
Frank would make a move back north of the border signing for Morton F.C on the 25th August 1953, he made his debut at right back against Kilmarnock. Frank would retire from football at the end of the season.
Frank would suffer from dementia in his later years and would pass away in Gartocher Road care home on the 6th April 2011 aged 86
Frank Adamson McCormack, Master Mason, Lodge Tollcross No.1194
Initiated 28th April 1949
Passed 27th December 1949
Raised 9th March 1950
Mark Ceremonial 16th March 1950