Home » John Hank, 1934-2009: Surveyor who worked on renovations of Chicago landmarks Association News John Hank, 1934-2009: Surveyor who worked on renovations of Chicago landmarks February 10, 2009 Reprints No Comments By Trevor Jensen | Tribune reporterFebruary 6, 2009 John Hank, a surveyor who worked on renovations of several Chicago landmarks, successfully ran for alderman in Park Ridge in the late 1970s and fought for improvements to a downtown swimming pool. Mr. Hank, 74, of Park Ridge died of cancer Tuesday, Feb. 3, in Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago, said his wife, Mary. ... To read the rest of the obituary, click to www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-hed-jhank-06-feb06,0,7845771.story Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to POB. Related Articles Boundary work below Natchez opens doors for John Peter Walker Driver who hit surveyors was drunk John Peter Walker--Natchez/Concordia land surveyor--exiled in Spain Discover the Life and Work of the Nineteenth Century Land Surveyor Related Products V12B - Great Surveyors and Their Surveys: Understanding the Men, Equipment and Accuracy of Their Surveys Will Make You a Better Surveyor (CD) V06G - The Role of Engineers and Surveyors in Geographic Information Systems (CD) "The Surveyor on the Peak" Surveying Print, Limited Edition UNFRAMED "The Surveyor on the Peak" Surveying Print, Limited Edition FRAMED Related Events Get Your Scanning Under Control 3D Laser Scanning, Point Clouds and Multiple Deliverable Options SPAR 3D Expo & Conference Beyond Reality Capture: One GC's Search for the Maximum Value from Laser Scanning Related Directories Surv Kap LLC Surveyors Exchange Co. Ruckman Title Boundary Surveyors Michigan Surveyors Supply You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.