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Condolence From: Y. Holland
Condolence: "Deep Sympathy to the Fink family, may your memories of your loss loved one comfort you and your family today and always, please take comfort in God's word at
2 Corinthians 1:3 "Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort".
Saturday September 30, 2017
Condolence From: Peggy Pruitt
Condolence: So sorry to read of Lee's passing. I was a colleague at SHMS. I loved hearing him play that sax. He did at my retirement party. He was great with the kids and his co-workers. All of us loved him. With sincere sympathy. Peggy
Wednesday September 27, 2017
Condolence From: Trudy and Valerie Walker
Condolence: Dear Brother Fink's Family ,
We are deeply sorry for your loss . And at the same time appreciate sharing the Wonderful Brother Fink. One of His greatest gifts was Crawing in through Mom's ( Trudy's ) window to open her front door for the ambulance while I ( Valerie ) was out of town. His kind & secure voice on the phone assuring that He would stay with Her was another Great gift. May Jehovah continue to comfort All of You .

Love ,
Trudy & Valerie & John -Michael Walker
Saturday September 23, 2017
Condolence From: Gregory holden
Condolence: Mr. Fink was the coolest band director on the eastern shore. When we went to parades or competitions we could count on him to wear those cool sunglasses. We were proud of him, we loved him and we wanted to do our best for him. He added a very special dynamic to the educational program at WHS. One special memory that I had with Mr. Fink was when he borrowed my saxophone one day when he forgot his own. He told me that it had the finest sound of any he had ever played. I was totally honored that he played my horn. He was a god to many of us we would have drank from his cup or eaten from his plate if we could. He belonged to us and we belonged to him. When he had to leave us we were heart-broken and we gave his replacement grief unfortunately. Noone will ever replace the incalculable contribution that Mr. Fink had given to WHS and the Somerset County music program. He had"The Gift" and any who heard him play or watch him teach k ew it. I am eternally greatful to have been blessed to be one of his students. The mold was broken after he was made. He is truly one of a kind. Heaven, get ready, for another great jazz man is coming! My condolences to his family who he loved and talked about all the time. One day we will all play together. WHS, YES!
Saturday September 16, 2017
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Friday September 15, 2017
Condolence From: Robert Branton
Condolence: It was with a heavy and sorrowful heart that I learned of Mr. Fink's passing today. I wish to pass along my most sincere sympathies to Mrs. Fink and family. It was my pleasure and honor to know and care for such a wonderfully humble and kind man. I will never forget him.
Friday September 15, 2017
Condolence From: Todd L. Riddleberger
Condolence: Lee was a trusted colleague and a supportive band parent when I was in the earliest years of my music teaching career. My sincerest condolences to the entire family...
Thursday September 14, 2017
Condolence From: Bill Bennett
Condolence: I first met Lee when he was hired to conduct our jazz ensemble at Salisbury University (Salisbury State College back then). He made an immediate connection to those of us in the group, and we thoroughly enjoyed working under him.

The last time I saw him was in the late 80s. We each had our bands at the White Marlin Parade in Ocean City. We were going to meet up for a Coke after the parade, but he later explained to me that he had been sidetracked by an issue with one of his students, and we never got together that day.

I was very saddened to learn of Lee's passing. My heart goes out to his family and friends, and everyone whose life he touched. He was one of the best people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.
Thursday September 14, 2017
Condolence From: Brian Stephens
Condolence: Papa Fink was a great man, friend and knew how to have fun. He made my wife and feel like we were apart of the family. Everytime we saw him he was smiling and welcomed us with open arms and love. My wife and I are heartbroken over losing such a wonderful man. You will be deeply missed papa fink.
Thursday September 14, 2017
Condolence From: Steven and Ruth Zeidman
Condolence: Vicki,
Our hearts are sad with you! Love and sympathy to you and all the children and grandchildren.
Thursday September 14, 2017
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