He came to Princeton after three years in the Army Air Corps. A member of Campus Club, he graduated with honors in electrical engineering. After a 12-month recall to active duty, he headed to Harvard Business School and graduated in 1953.
Following a short stint in marketing with Motorola, he entered the family printing and mailing business. He expanded the business, then sold it and joined Brodie Advertising Service. By our 50th reunion, he had retired and become a part-time manufacturer’s agent.
Early on, Hank was active in the Princeton Club of Chicago. Among other activities were the United Way, teaching computer classes, and participating in professional organizations.
He and his wife, Carol, whom he met in New York, enjoyed Broadway musicals, especially My Fair Lady, which they attended on a blind date that led to their marriage in 1959. He was a fan of Chicago’s professional teams, most notably the Bears.
Hank is survived by Carol, daughter Elin, son Peter, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Friends will remember him for his sense of humor and optimism.