Frank Edmund II was a French soldier and one of the co-founding members of The Company in the 1940s.
World War IIEdit
Frank was a well known and respected soldier in the French army during World War II. During the end of the war, Frank left France and headed to London, England in search of his friend Count Lewis, who was a British politician. Not long after meeting up in London, the two began making plans to build The Company, which they had been planning to start years before the war.
Years later, after the Company had become a well known organization, Frank discovered he had cancer. Count Lewis stayed by Frank during his last days, he died during the night when Count Lewis was away. After Frank's death, Count Lewis gained complete control of the Company.