I will echo Harley’s thoughts here about Hank. What a sad update to our entire NPN community on this very long time member passing.
Jim, we appreciate you providing us this recent information about Hank. Best regards go out to Hank’s family and many friends.
I’m so sorry to hear that, he was a great asset to this community and will be missed greatly. I have cancelled his subscription to ensure his family doesn’t get left with any charges from us. RIP Hank.
Oh my, I’m so very sorry to hear this. My sincere condolences to family, friends and all who know Hank.
Hank was a huge asset to this community and He will be truly missed. Wow, I spent a few minutes searching and this man was an Alaskan icon. Known, loved and respected by countless folks. And in all the links I found, not one mention of photography… which actually just goes to show the depth of his many talents and contributions. RIP Hank.
Wow, the NPN family seems to have suffered the loss of several this year, and now we’ve lost Hank. My prayers go to his wife, Jan. I am unaware if they had children but if they did, my condolences go to them as well. I knew Hank as a photographer and fisherman but after reading some articles about him, he was involved in a little bit of everything, and indeed seemed to be a master of so many things. Hank was a fountain of knowledge and was always happy to share it with anyone who asked. Here’s a link everyone might enjoy - Story about Hank.
I am so sad to hear this news. Hank was the one that brought me to this forum. He suggested it through a camping forum of which we were both members. He was always helpful here and there and I’d always hoped we’d cross paths at some point. My heart goes out to his wife and family.