Frank James Reynolds was a anchor and news presenter for ABC and served as Chicago correspondent for CBS News. He began his broadcasting career with WWCA-AM based in Gary, Indiana. He studied at Bishop Noll Institute and later graduated from Wabash College in the year 1946. During the Second World War, he served in the United States Army as a Staff Sergeant and was awarded the Purple Heart.
Moving on to his personal life details, he was a married man. He had raised five sons with his only wife. The couple never got divorced. Instead, they were satisfied and happy with each other's presence. Beside her, there is no record of his extra affairs. He died at the age of fifty-nine. Through out his life, he never became any part of any controversial issues and other pointless hoaxes.