Frank Leo Hannig

Frank Leo Hannig, born January 23, 1921, passed away surrounded by his beloved family, on December 2, 2018 at the age of 97 years.

Frank was one of the original founders of the 100 Club of San Mateo County in 1972 and served on its Board of Directors for many years.  He maintained a lifetime 
membership in the organization.

Frank will be remembered as a father, lawyer, and prominent citizen that served

his community in so many ways. Prior to begin practicing law in Redwood City in

1949, he was one of the first graduates of the Stanford Law School after World War II. 


During the war he was a Naval aviator who served in campaigns in the China Seas, the Philippine Islands and Okinawa. He participated in more than 40 missions, primarily for low-level night bombing, night patrols and rescue. Some of the decorations he was awarded included the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with Four Gold Stars, Navy Unit Citation, American Campaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with Two Bronze Stars, Victory Medal, and the World War II and the Philippine Liberation Medal with One Bronze Star.

For over 50 years Frank served as a volunteer to numerous organizations.

He will be remembered for his commitment and service to the 100 Club of San Mateo County.


The Police Credit Union

Pacific Gas & Electric

San Mateo

Officers' Association

Daly City Police

Officers' Association 

Pacifica Police

Supervisors Association 

Pacifica Police

Officers' Association 

Clapp Moroney

Vucinich | Beeman Scheley

Redwood City Police

Supervisors Association

Toole's Garage

South San Francisco

Police Association

Atherton Police

Officers' Association

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P.O. Box 5275
San Mateo, CA 94402

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