Henry (Hank) Russell Hague Jr. August 19, 2021 Plymouth, MA Born in Boston, he was the son of Henry R. and Olga B. Hague. Hank grew up in Abington, spending summers and later living in West Falmouth. He attended The Manlius School (Manlius, NY), was a graduate of Falmouths Lawrence High School, Cape Cod Community College, Central Connecticut State earning a BS in marketing, and the University of Hartford earning an MBA in international business. For 20 years, Hank was the President of St. Killian Importing Company, an importer of specialty and niche beers from around the globe and sold to distributors across the US, which is owned by L. Knife & Son, an Anheuser-Busch distributor in Kingston, MA. Prior to his accomplishments at St. Killian, Hank worked for L. Knife & Son where he held marketing, office, and sales manager positions, was the wine buyer, managed labor relations and contract negotiations, and served on the investment committee for the companys profit-sharing plan throughout his career. Additionally, he coordinated internal programs for the portfolio of L. Knife & Son Companies. Hank served on the board of directors of the National Wine Distributors Association. Having a lifes passion for athletics, Hank played football in high school and at Bridgewater State College then transitioned to golf. As a 42-year member of Plymouth Country Club (PCC), he served the club in many capacities including board of directors, vice president, as well as a member of the house, golf, Hornblower, and tournament committees. He was an originator of the Travis Member Guest Tournament and coordinator for the Wednesday Siever and Friday Noon golf groups. In addition to being active at PCC, Hank also enjoyed his time as a member of the Cold Spring Club for over 40 years, the Old Colony Club, and Plymouth Fitness. Since retiring, Hank enjoyed winters playing golf in Citrus County, FL. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Louise V. Hague, son Henry (Hank) R. Hague III, daughter Aimee L. Hague, and granddaughters Rebecca Hague and Riley Jaeger. The family thanks Dr. Michael Curry and his teams at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospitals in Boston and Plymouth and Cranberry Hospice for their superb care and support. Arrangements are private and were entrusted to the care of the Cartmell-Davis Funeral Homes, Plymouth. For more information or to sign the online guestbook please visit www.cartmelldavis.com
. To honor Hanks memory, please consider donating to the Boys & Girls Club of Plymouth Hank Hague Memorial Fund, 9 Resnik Rd, Plymouth, 02360.
Published by Old Colony Memorial on Aug. 24, 2021.