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Meet Frank

As a lifelong North Carolinian and a 3rd generation small business owner, Frank knows the challenges our communities face. In Congress, Frank will fight for our values: decency, kindness, and hard work.

Frank McNeill was born January 19, 1956 in Pinehurst. As a lifelong resident of Moore County, Frank grew up in a community that honored the crucial values that make our region great:  decency, kindness and hard work.   He grew up in Aberdeen, and now lives in Pinebluff. Frank is an Eagle Scout, and, by earning his Eagle Scout badge as a youth, he learned the importance of hard work at an early age.

He graduated from Pinecrest High School in 1974. In 1978, he graduated from Appalachian State University with a BS in Business Administration with a major in Economics and a minor in Political Science. Three years later, he married his sweetheart, Susan.  Susan has always helped remind him what is most important—treating everyone with dignity and kindness.  They instilled these values into their three daughters, and those values are now being instilled into their three grandsons.

Frank is currently President of McNeill Oil Company, a three-generation family-owned business that was started by his grandfather in 1928. He is the past president of the NC Petroleum Marketers Association, and past director of the Petroleum Marketers Association of America.

Frank has served in several elected offices. He served on the Aberdeen Town Board from 1979 to 1989, and then became Mayor of Aberdeen from 1989 to 1992. Frank was elected to the Moore County Board of Education in 1998 and served until 2002.  Throughout his public service, he continued the themes that have run throughout his life—decency, kindness and hard work.

His commitment to service continues to this day.  Frank is the current President of the Aberdeen Lions Club. He’s the immediate past District Chairman of the Boy Scouts, and current Chairman of the Pinebluff Planning Board. He is a former vice chair and treasurer of the Moore County Democratic Party, and a past director of the Sandhills Area Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Christ Community Church in Pinehurst.

As a small business owner, Frank is a strong supporter of rural economic development and sound economic policy for all.  He will fight for affordable healthcare for all Americans.  He believes we can do a better job increasing our investment and our backing for our public schools, including supporting our students, our teachers, our parents, and the entire community. He also has a strong commitment to the environment, particularly protecting our clean air and water in the present and for our children and grandchildren. And Frank will never forget the sacrifices that our veterans have made for our freedoms, and he will do all he can to ensure our veterans are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve.

Meet Frank

As a lifelong North Carolinian and a 3rd generation small business owner, Frank knows the challenges our communities face. In Congress, Frank will fight for our values: decency, kindness, and hard work.

Frank McNeill was born January 19, 1956 in Pinehurst. As a lifelong resident of Moore County, Frank grew up in a community that honored the crucial values that make our region great:  decency, kindness and hard work.   He grew up in Aberdeen, and now lives in Pinebluff. Frank is an Eagle Scout, and, by earning his Eagle Scout badge as a youth, he learned the importance of hard work at an early age.

He graduated from Pinecrest High School in 1974. In 1978, he graduated from Appalachian State University with a BS in Business Administration with a major in Economics and a minor in Political Science. Three years later, he married his sweetheart, Susan.  Susan has always helped remind him what is most important—treating everyone with dignity and kindness.  They instilled these values into their three daughters, and those values are now being instilled into their three grandsons.

Frank is currently President of McNeill Oil Company, a three-generation family-owned business that was started by his grandfather in 1928. He is the past president of the NC Petroleum Marketers Association, and past director of the Petroleum Marketers Association of America.

Frank has served in several elected offices. He served on the Aberdeen Town Board from 1979 to 1989, and then became Mayor of Aberdeen from 1989 to 1992. Frank was elected to the Moore County Board of Education in 1998 and served until 2002.  Throughout his public service, he continued the themes that have run throughout his life—decency, kindness and hard work.

His commitment to service continues to this day.  Frank is the current President of the Aberdeen Lions Club. He’s the immediate past District Chairman of the Boy Scouts, and current Chairman of the Pinebluff Planning Board. He is a former vice chair and treasurer of the Moore County Democratic Party, and a past director of the Sandhills Area Chamber of Commerce. He is also a member of the Christ Community Church in Pinehurst.

As a small business owner, Frank is a strong supporter of rural economic development and sound economic policy for all.  He will fight for affordable healthcare for all Americans.  He believes we can do a better job increasing our investment and our backing for our public schools, including supporting our students, our teachers, our parents, and the entire community. He also has a strong commitment to the environment, particularly protecting our clean air and water in the present and for our children and grandchildren. And Frank will never forget the sacrifices that our veterans have made for our freedoms, and he will do all he can to ensure our veterans are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve.

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Why Frank's Running

“As a 3rd generation owner and operator of a family business with over 30 employees, I know the challenges that we and our employees face every day to make ends meet. I’ve been involved in my community since before I went to college: early on as a Boy Scout and a member of the Jaycees, and later as Mayor of Aberdeen and member of the county school board. By working together on common sense solutions, we’ve made our community a better place to live.

Congress has lost sight of the issues facing our community. Too many of our representatives have forgotten the challenges that we face every day in rural North Carolina, and they have stopped working hard for us.

Our family, our neighbors and our employees matter too much for me to sit on the sidelines. I’m running for Congress to take our values of decency, kindness, hard work and taking care of each other to Washington.”

– Frank McNeill

Why Frank's Running

“As a 3rd generation owner and operator of a family business with over 30 employees, I know the challenges that we and our employees face every day to make ends meet. I’ve been involved in my community since before I went to college: early on as a Boy Scout and a member of the Jaycees, and later as Mayor of Aberdeen and member of the county school board. By working together on common sense solutions, we’ve made our community a better place to live.

Congress has lost sight of the issues facing our community. Too many of our representatives have forgotten the challenges that we face every day in rural North Carolina, and they have stopped working hard for us.

Our family, our neighbors and our employees matter too much for me to sit on the sidelines. I’m running for Congress to take our values of decency, kindness, hard work and taking care of each other to Washington.”

– Frank McNeill

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