Farmingdale, NY, April 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Albert C. Hanna of Chicago, Illinois www.americasregistry.com/roundtable_bio.asp
was formerly associated with Draper and Kramer Inc. as Senior Vice President. He earned his B.B.A., J.D. and M.B.A. at the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Hanna has 55 years of experience in mortgage banking, in particular, 22 years as Founder and President of Mid North Financial. This company merged with Draper and Kramer in 2004. Mr. Hanna’s specialty is in Litigation pertaining to the protection of property rights and housing justice. He has over 40 articles to his credit pertaining to real estate economics and development and their impact on city finances. Mr. Hanna is affiliated with the Civic Federation, Boy Scouts of America, Hanna Venture Base Foundation and the Al and Chris Hanna Eagle Scout Foundation. His military service included enrollment in the Air Force Reserves; he then activated himself to the US Army in Korea. On September 4, 2003, A City of Chicago Council Resolution was adopted honoring Mr. Hanna as “a visionary, leader of great entrepreneurial spirit and accomplishment who has demonstrated an enviable record of professional achievement and civic leadership.” Mr. Hanna’s time away from business is spent skiing, playing tennis, mountain climbing (he has climbed the Seven Summits but missed the Everest Summit by 300 vertical feet). Most recently, Mr. Hanna donated a generous gift of $3 million dollars to the Boy Scouts of America, following his previous gift of $2.3 million. The Samoset Council, Boy Scouts of America (BSA) made the announcement in Weston, Wisconsin and will use the funds to extend outreach to under-served youth in Samoset Council. It will also fund college scholarships for local Eagle Scouts.
The VIP membership in America’s Registry is of particular significance because inclusion is based on a number of factors, not the least of which is the member’s accomplishments in their chosen field. In the case of Albert C. Hanna, it is also based on the positive influence that he has had on the Boy Scouts of America and the sense of satisfaction that comes with knowing that he has made a difference in the lives of so many. America’s Registry is proud to honor him.