Frank W. Bromberg

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Frank Wallace "Wally" Bromberg (born June 12, 1930 in Birmingham; died April 22, 2021 in Birmingham) was president of National Woodworks.

Bromberg was the son of Charles Louis and Jean Wallace Bromberg. He attended the Sewanee Military Academy in Sewanee, Tennessee and then joined the U.S. Navy, serving in California. After his discharge he joined National Woodworks, which his father had bought from founder Ross Hulslander in 1946.

Bromberg married the former Evelyn Payne Brooks in 1952 and had four children. He moved the family to California in 1968 while he worked alongside Bill Bright with Campus Crusade for Christ. He returned to Birmingham in 1972 to succeed his father as president of National Woodworks. He served one term as president of the National Sash & Door Jobbers Association.

Evelyn died from Alzheimer's disease in 2013. Bromberg later remarried, to the former Ray Napier. He died in 2021 and was buried at Elmwood Cemetery.