Craig Francom was born in San Diego California and raised in Midvale Utah. Craig had a "Leave it to Beaver" childhood. If not at the local fishing hole, camping out with the Cub Scouts or just "messing around" with his buddies, you might find him putting pennies on the railroad tracks.

Craig also took piano lessons and even tap dancing which was big in the 1950s. He doesn't bring the tap dancing up much though. After attending elementry and secondary schools in the Midvale area he graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. degree in Sociology.

Soon after Craig began working for AT&T, Mountain Bell, USWest and retiring from Qwest Communications in 2007. Since 2008 he has created and maintained a number of websites,, and to name a few. When not working on websites he enjoys reading, running, listening to Classic Rock and Roll, going to lunch with "The Guys" and last but not least he enjoys his convertible on those warm sunny days.

Articles by Craig Francom

Wizard of TV

The mind of a child is very impressionable. Like a sponge, things seen or heard are absorbed as a memory which can influence them for years to come. Maureen Healy an award-winning author and leader in the field of children’s emotional health, says children up to the age of eight are the most impressionable. ¬†Up […] Continue Wizard of TV

Ticket To Ride

Some of my favorite memories from my youth are ones of doing things on my own or with my younger brother. Going to a movie by myself, hobby store or walking to a nearby pond to catch some fish were a few things I enjoyed doing. Not having my parents tagging along and supervising me […] Continue Ticket To Ride

Pleasure Dome

Trains have been a part of my life as long as I can remember. My dad worked for the Union Pacific Railroad which to me seemed the best job any dad could have. .The house I grew up was only about the length of a football field away from railroad tracks plus the state I […] Continue Pleasure Dome

The Big Top

Watching the evening news a few days ago started out like most newscasts. First a report of the latest political news. Then it was information on when the next snowstorm was going to hit the area. As the next commercial came on I left the TV room and went to the kitchen to grab some […] Continue The Big Top

On the Radio

One of my earliest childhood memories is listening to the radio in the family car. As we glided down the road in a 1948 Ford coupe I was amazed at how voices and music came out of a little contraption called a radio. AM radio and the local newspaper were the primary means of informing […] Continue On the Radio