Industrious from a young age, Frank Jermusek had already begun working at a major company during his time at college. At Baker Investments, he was able to put his newfound knowledge into action, while testing, developing, and adding to the concepts he was learning in school. Under the great guidance of his professors and the mentorship of Edward Baker, the man behind the design of the Twin Cities’ Skyway system and the IDS Center, as well as peers from whom he could learn at work, Frank Jermusek spent his most formational years in one of the best environments to nurture and develop his skills as a professional in the business world.
Specifically, Frank Jermusek’s work at Baker consisted of running and managing their investments portfolio. Baker’s interests at the time were quite diverse, including commercial property and many other investments. With numerous responsibilities, Jermusek began working on complex commercial transactions, which eventually interested Jermusek in law.
Frank Jermusek went on to graduate from the University of St. Thomas with a Bachelor’s degree in Business and a Major in Accounting. Having garnered pertinent experience at Baker, he decided to apply to law school and was accepted to the William Mitchell College of Law. After his graduation, Frank Jermusek was hired directly out of law school to work at Leonard, Street and Deinard, a sizable law firm based in Minneapolis.
At Leonard, Street and Deinard, Frank Jermusek’s law practice focused on real estate, corporate law, and banking. This lead Frank to acquire Northco Real Estate Services, a full service commercial real estate firm founded in 1975, of which Jermusek is currently President.
Frank Jermusek: Background
Frank Jermusek grew up in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota and attended Park Center Senior High School. Growing up, Frank Jermusek learned the values of teamwork and communication through playing sports like football, basketball, and baseball.
A business-minded man, Frank Jermusek finished high school with the intentions of going on to get a higher degree, and doing some serious work in the professional world while getting his college education.
After his high school graduation, Frank Jermusek’s great grades and excellent reputation earned him acceptance into college. Through excelling in his studies at the Minnesota School of Business, he began to hone in on his interests and realize what really intrigued him. Jermusek studied at MSB for one year before he transferred to the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul in pursuit of their excellent business program, with the intention of focusing on Business Accounting and Tax.