|Date of birth||1918|
|Place of birth||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Date of death||2001 (aged 82–83)|
|College||Central Technical School|
|1938–39, 41||Toronto Argonauts|
|1943–44||Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers|
|Honours||Grey Cup champion - 1938|
Only 19 years old when he joined his brothers with the Toronto Argonauts, Stukus won a Grey Cup in 1938. He played 3 seasons with the Boatmen, playing 18 regular season and 7 playoff games. Though suffering with a long time knee injury, he played in the Ontario Rugby Football Union with the Toronto Indians and the Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers. He finished his career the Toronto Indians, buying the team and playing 2 more seasons.
Frank was one of the famed Stukus brothers. Both Annis Stukus and Bill Stukus were Grey Cup champions. Indeed, while with the Argonauts all three played in the backfield at the same time, and won the Grey Cup together in 1938.
He later became active in the Progressive Conservative Party. Frank Stukus died July 2001, age 83, pre-deceased by his first wife Anna and his son Frank Jr., and survived by wife Audrey, daughter Maureen and grandchildren Robert and Anna.