Dearest Papa Hank,
We love you so much, and look forward to seeing you in Heaven one day. Thanks for all the fun times, Florida trips, Maiden Lake and Arizona memories, Ho-Chunk outings, chocolate whipped creme eggs, hammock swings, walks through the Crawford Ave forest, WW2 stories, hugs and kisses.
Our favorite story will always be about when you met Nana, and when she had realized that she had fallen in love with you. Thank you for taking the time to share your stories and wisdom with us. You're a great man, Papa Hank.
We are so fortunate to have spent a few days with you in May, and that you were able to see Mia and meet Milynn.
Grandma is doing well -- she sure is a strong little lady.
We sure are going to miss you here Papa, but you are now living in Heaven... In peace.
Say HI to Jesus for us. :)
Love, Sandro, Dianne, Mia Grace & Milynn Joy
I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. It sounds though, as if he lived life to the fullest! I send my sympathy and prayers.
I'm sorry to hear about Hank. Worked with him in late 60es. He was A good boss.
Hank was fun.Sorry to hear of his passing.I first met him 1943 or so, on the Jacob Kuchta farm, Beaver WI. I have pics of Hank in his sailor uniform on his visit to the farm. I recall him from other times in Milwaukee. My condolences. Several years ago I asked Gordon Kuchta,my cousin,about Hank, he said Hank was still alive. Now both are gone. To bad for us all.
Dear Grace and family, I am saddened to hear about Hank's passing. I am so glad I got to see him on Fathers Day at David & Deb's house. Gods' Blessings. Linda Winkelman and family (Hartford)
I remember Mr. Bukowski growing up - always accepting of our playing around his house and not once yelling or scolding us. I am sorry for your loss.
PAT, I'M SORRY TO READ ABOUT YOUR DAD.