Hank's achievement on the basketball court are second to none in Cal Poly's history. He is the first player to have been a four-year starter and All-Conference in each of those years. Hank led the team in scoring every year and twice led the conference. He was equally skilled in ball handling and defense. Hank established many university records in basketball.
After leaving Cal Poly, Hank received a master's degree in 1951. During that same year he also played AAU basketball in San Francisco. In 1967, he helped start San Marin High School and served as the principal. He stayed there for 21 years. In 1988 he decided to changes jobs and worked at Fireman's Fund in Novato.
He currently lives in Novato, California with his wife JoAnn. He has 5 children and 7 grandchildren.