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Richard G. Fink Sr.

Born: Thu., Dec. 5, 1940
Died: Sun., Jun. 10, 2018

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Richard G. Fink Sr. 77, Dysart, died June 10, 2018 at UPMC Altoona. Born December 5, 1940 in Van Ormer, son of the late Richard O. and Katherine E. (Shomo) Fink. Preceded in death by first wife, the former Maxine Cavalet, second wife, the former Nancy Ammerman, grandson, Steven Bush, brothers, Herbert and Jeffrey, and son in law, James Glatt. Survived by children: Shirley Glatt of Patton, Richard Jr. (Patricia) of Altoona, Bruce (Jackie) of Northern Cambria, Melony (Scott) Lewis of Dysart and Mike (Suzie) of Duncansville. Several grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. Brother of: Shirley Williams of Altoona, Faye(Reynold) Lenglet of Patton, Gloria Blake of Elizabethtown, KY, Ray (Sherri) of Charlotte, NC, and Peggy (Gary) Noel of Bellwood. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Richard enjoyed woodworking, gardening and his dog Shelby. He owned and operated Fink Brothers Construction, Dysart and was co-owner of Mister Builder, Altoona. At the request of the deceased there will be no viewing or service. Arrangements in charge of Gibbons Funeral Home, 1688 Liberty St., Ashville, PA 16613. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions be made to a local Humane Society in Richard’s memory. www.gibbonsfhashvillecoalport.com


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Dave Hollen
   Posted Tue June 12, 2018
I have many great memories of Dick that go back to the 1960's. Many a Saturday night were spent at the Houtzdale race track with Dick, Gene Campbell, Bill Campbell and Robert Matish. Dick would let us kids take the car out for a few laps and to us it was the greatest thing in the world. He was a really kind man, a great carpenter and always a lot of fun to be around. I'm sure he and Gene Campbell are sharing some great times together already !!!! God's Speed " Finker ".... Til we meet again !!!!!!

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