So sorry for the loss of a wonderful friend. He and Larry always said they were brothers.
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.
I have known Hank as a friend and competitor for over 30 years. I can say he was a fair and just man in all his professional dealings. I am very sorry to hear of his passings and can only offer my condolences. I always enjoyed his company and wonderful smile. Hank will be missed by all who knew him.
To Billie and all Hank's family, my sincere condolences on what I realise is a grievous loss. My enduring image of Hank from Lee High School, is that smile of his, so quick to appear upon meeting, radiating such warmth, and a rare degree of direct and personal engagement with one. A few years ago we happened to meet in Jacksonville - probably the first time in 45 years - and he was still as I remembered - a very fine and good and admirable man. I had been praying for him since I learned of his illness, and I offered Mass for him on Sunday 19th January at Christ Church, Sayers Common. May he rest in peace. Be sure, too, of my prayers for you all in your bereavement.
Dear Haynes family, Hank and I were classmates in the class of 1959 at Lee High School. His presence and wonderful personality helped make our class a rememberance of good times, and lasting memories. May God's grace through our Savior Jesus Christ comfort and sustain you through this time of grief.