Although I only met Hank a few times, they were very memorable, especially his loving tribute to his daughter-in-law at her 60th birthday party. He was such a sweetheart -- with a wonderful wit! I feel fortunate to have known him even just a little bit. : )
I am so sorry for your loss. No matter how long we have our parents, it never feels like time to say "good-bye". I hope your memories will bring you comfort.
So sorry to hear about the loss of Uncle Hank. I think I was around 14 years old the last time I seen him in Plainville KS where his brother (my Dad) lived. He was a very fun person and we would speak on the phone around the holidays each year while growing up in northwest Kansas. My Dad (Bob) always spoke highly of his brother and had a wonderful bond with him. Anytime Dad talked about Uncle Hank, his eyes would light up. He will be remembered as a well liked man, a great husband, father and brother. God bless you all during your time of grieving. We are praying for your family.
Bob & Connie Dombroski - Kansas.
Sorry for your loss Jim and Shelly and family. Patt talked about her dad a lot - sounds like a wonderful man. All the best, Sylvia
Our deepest sympathy's to all the family. Hank was the sweetest man. R.I.P sweet Hank.
The Cheavacci Family
Our sincerest condolences to Jim and his family. I met him a few times and he was a congenial person. I remember that he once took the time to coach youth baseball.