Hank and I worked at Goldstone at the Minitrack Station. He arrived at Glodstone from Quito Ecudor. He was an accomplished servo hydraulics engineer on the various antenna systems, was well liked by his associates on site, and had a can do attitude. I will always remember his sense of humor, and jokes he had.
He was just one great guy
Don Febish Richmond
My great uncle Ham was the best, he was always good for a great laugh and a bear hug when you needed one. Rest in peace. Love you!!
Tina (Webster) Land
Hank and I spent 4 years together. I was his roomate on Holbrook Cir.Every night we would sit out front and greet the neighbors as they came by.
I got him wrapped up in Orlando Magic Basketball although his passion was football. We will miss Hank.
My family and I loved our HANK we were neighbors in Florida for many years. Hank and our son shared the same birthday. We have fond memories of Hank and his dear wife Erma sitting outside their garage and watching our son and his friends play basketball in the garage. and calling the foul shots when they kids would protest! We had a dog named Midnight that Hank would always enjoy petting. We shared many stories over red wine about his life in Guam and his lovely daughter Patty and he was so happy when his Grandson was born. Hank was an amazing friend and we thought of him as part of our Florida Family. We are all sadden that Our heavenly Father called Hank home. We loved and will miss Hank now Heaven has a new Angel. Finnis, Lee, Jeff ,Brittnie ,Midnight Faine
Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know that they are happy."
What a kind and gentle man....I will miss your smile....you are in my heart.