Hank Suchting Obituary, Death – Hank Suchting of Baltimore MD has passed away. On November 16th, Hank Suchting was brought into the world by his parents, Hans and Irma Suchting, who resided in Chicago, Illinois. When Hank was a little child, he and the rest of his family made the journey to Council Bluffs. He did not move from that location at any point in his life and spent the duration of his life there. Hank was a soldier in the United States Army during the Korean War.
He was stationed in Korea as part of his service to his country during that conflict. After having served his country for a period of time, he returned back to Council Bluffs, where he worked a variety of jobs in the region surrounding Omaha and Council Bluffs. Hank was a member of the Broadway United Methodist Church and the COBIA Lodge #631 of the Free and Accepted Masons in the city of New York. He became a lifetime admirer of the Chicago Cubs and enjoyed going to Iowa Hawkeye football games as a result of the fact that he spent his youth in Chicago.
In addition to being a happy father of three kids, Hank was a proud grandfather to his four grandchildren. Shane Suchting of Des Moines, Iowa; his brother Steven Suchting and his wife Robin of Sammamish, Washington; Scott Suchting and his wife Deanna of Red Oak, Iowa; and their children; Shane Suchting of Des Moines, Iowa; his sister Elaine Sargent of Boone, Iowa; and his aunt Annette Greggo of Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Shane Suchting of Des Moines, Iowa; his brother Steven Suchting and his wife Robin of Sammamish, Washington; Scott Suchting He is survived by his sons, Shane Suchting of Des Moines and his wife Deanna, as well as their children; Scott Suchting and his family of Red Oak, Iowa; and their children.