Frank Kruppenbacher is an attorney practicing in Orlando, Florida. He attended Mount Saint Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland and graduated magna cum laude; and New York Law School where he graduated cum laude. He subsequently attended the Harvard Graduate School of Education program on public engagement. He has clerked for the Honorable Arnold Fraimon, New York Supreme Court, Manhattan and Honorable Stanley Lesser, United States Bankruptcy Judge, Southern District of New York.
In October, 2008, Mr. Kruppenbacher was appointed to the Florida Commission on Ethics by then Florida House Speaker, now U.S. Senator, Marco Rubio. He previously served on The Florida Commission on Sales Tax Reform as an appointee of Governor Jeb Bush. He currently serves as a gubernatorial appointment on the Orlando Aviation Authority and Board Member of A Gift for Teaching and The Florida Virtual School/Pearson joint venture. He together with Dr. David Moser, M.D., founded the charity “For The Children” to meet with unfunded needs of children.
He currently appears weekly with Attorney John Morgan on the television show “The Agenda” on Central Florida’s News 13’s “The Advocates.”
Mr. Kruppenbacher served as President of the Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce; was a member of the Orange County Ethics & Campaign Finance Reform Task Force appointed by the Chief Judge of the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida; Orange County Oversight Committee; the first Orange County Charter Commission; Central Florida Zoological Board; Orange County Convention & Visitor Bureau Board and Orange County Sheriff Departments Oversight Board. In 2007 he was awarded the Special Service Award from the Florida High Schools Interscholastic Athletics Administrators Association.
Mr. Kruppenbacher lives in Orlando, Florida with his wife Patsy and has three children, Amy, Matthew and Michael and one grandson, Ryan David. He handles government action cases and cases involving children’s rights.
- Children’s Rights
- Government Actions
In The Media
- Mount Saint Mary’s University, Magna Cum Laude
- New York Law School, Cum Laude
- Harvard Graduate School of Education