Wrestler Artists
Hank Renner
Midget Wrestlers
We use Library of Congress archival methods.
Announcer Hank Renner
Latin Proverb
Promoter Roy Shire

 

Announcer Hank Renner, 1960s & 70s

Hank
Hank Declares the Winner. Can You Identify Him.jpg


Hank
Hank Goes to Work in Stockton, with Who.jpg


Hank
Hank Introduces Stan and Art Neilson.jpg


Hank
Hank Manning the Bell, 1967.jpg


Hank
Hank and Herman Franks, Manager S.F. Giants, 1964-68.jpg


Hank
Hank and New York Giants legend Carl Hubbel.jpg


Hank
Hank and Ray Stevens.jpg


Hank
Hank and Red Bastien.jpg


Hank
Hank and Who Is This.jpg


Hank
Hank at Ringside.jpg


Hank
Hank with Jack Dempsey.jpg


Hank's
Hank's Signature Stance.jpg


Hank's
Hank's Signature Stance, wider angle.jpg


Hank,
Hank, Ref Dean Detton Jr, Little Brutus.jpg


Hank,
Hank, Ref Dean Detton Jr, Wilbur Snyder.jpg


Hank,
Hank, Wilbur Snyder.jpg


Mervyn
Mervyn Dymally, Former Lt. Governor and Wrestling Fan with Hank at Ringside.jpg


Mervyn
Mervyn Dymally, Then Lt. Governor, Enjoying the Show at Ringside.jpg


Pat
Pat Patterson, Connie and Hank on a Fan Cruise.jpg


Ray
Ray Stevens Resting Between Falls.jpg


Saints
Saints and Sinners 1.jpg


Saints
Saints and Sinners 2.jpg


TV
TV Camera on Hank for the Warmup.jpg


TV
TV Mayhem, Hank Wisely Clears Out.jpg


TV
TV at the Channel 40 Studio.jpg


TV,
TV, Pat Patterson, Hank.jpg


TV,
TV, Ray Stevens, Hank.jpg


TV,
TV, Stan Stasiak and Hank.jpg


TV,
TV, Stan Stasiak, Hank, Dr. Richard Russell.jpg


 

Announcer Hank Renner, 1960s & 70s



Sacramento Wrestling
Cauliflower Alley Club
British Wrestlers
Wrestler Jack Laskin
Wrestler Gorgeous George
Wrestler's Autographs
Roller Derby History
Wrestling History Calendar
Pro Wrestling History
Carnival & Sideshow History
House of Deception Homepage
Magic History
Pro Wrestling History Bibliography
Carnial & Sideshow History Bibliography
Magic History Bibliography
Here are some photos of Hank Renner, TV and ring announcer for Roy Shire's NWA promotion in Northern California.

All are courtesy of the Renner family.

For more Hank Renner pictures, see our Promoter Roy Shire and Sacramento Wrestling pages.

Please email us with any corrections.
Recommended Reading
Many thanks to Francisco Orasco for identifying Herman Franks and Carl Hubbel.


And thank you Stan Beasley for your help with the Neilson's photo!

Pro Wrestling History Links
Can you identify other unnamed wrestlers in the gallery?

Please contact us.
Magic History Links
The wrestler signing autographs on the right is Luis Martinez.
Carnival & Sideshow History Links
Wrestling Announcer Hank Renner
Hank Renner's Community Service

Hank Renner was a unselfish celebrity. During his career he worked hard to bring joy and hope to countless Sacramentans, both the privileged and struggling. He was an industrious and untiring community leader whose quiet contributions to the well-being of the area remain to this day. Here are a few:

Board of Directors, March of Dimes

Board of Directors, Saints and Sinners

Honorary Lifetime Member, Sacramento Police Athletic Club

Board of Directors, Sacramento Police Athletic League

Assisted and appeared on telethons and other fundraisers, including Easter Seals, Cerebral Palsy, Red Cross, M.S. and many more

Honorary Lifetime Member, Sacramento Valley Boxing Club

Vice President, Sacramento Citizens League

Manager, Greenhaven Little League Baseball

Member (10 years), United States Harness Writers Association

Marshall, Florin and Parkway Little League

President, Sacramento Valley Boxing Association

Supporter of numerous political campaigns
All Rights Reserved
Copyright Duff Johnson 2004-2014
No text or image may be copied or
reproduced without written permission.
| Magic Bibliography | Pro Wrestling Bibliography | Carnival Sideshow Bibliography |
| Magic Links | Pro Wrestling Links | Carnival Sideshow Links |
| Contact | Home | "Golden Age" Defined |
HouseofDeception.com
Sacramento, California USA
info@houseofdeception.com

about us
Tom Mulhall (L'Empereur) and Dennis Kelley correctly identified the great Nick Bockwinkle in the first photo.