Frank Thomas Fink
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“Frank was quite a character,putting it mildly. Fun loving, hardworking,then responsible loving family man,who was proud of and doted on his...Read More »
1 of 11 | Posted by: alice Fink - Hoopeston, IL

“I am so sorry for your loss. Frank worked at the Hoopeston Hospital when I did and was always willing to help out doing something extra all the time....Read More »
2 of 11 | Posted by: Christy Cornell - Hoopeston, IL

“To the family, I am very sorry for your loss. I was in school with Frank from 6th grade through high school. Frank and I spent a lot of time...Read More »
3 of 11 | Posted by: Kevin Davis - Arlington Heights, IL

“Thinking of you today as you say good-bye to a great man. Frank was a wonderful neighbor, friend, and most importantly husband, father and...Read More »
4 of 11 | Posted by: Molly Smalley - Attica, IN

“Sorry to hear of the passing of Frank. We went to school together and he was alway a nice and caring person. May all your wonderful memories help you...Read More »
5 of 11 | Posted by: Luanne Warner - Tilton, IL

“Frank came to visit us in our NEW home in Tinley Park. Frank really loved our Sun Room. Frank said to me " Don't be suprised if you come downstairs...Read More »
6 of 11 | Posted by: Chris Wagner - Tinley Park, IL

“My Heartfelt Sincere Sympathy to you Ida & Linda on your Loss of Frank who was a good & caring man. Good memories to remember always! With My Love...Read More »
7 of 11 | Posted by: Rosa Linda Elizondo - Bolingbrook, IL

“Frank was a great person. We lived across the street from him when I first moved to Hoopeston. Frank is my step-cousin. Frank always helped me catch...Read More »
8 of 11 | Posted by: Billie Beason - Charleston, IL

“So sorry to hear of your loss. Please know I have been praying for you all. Fond memories of 57 years. I remember well when he was born as I went...Read More »
9 of 11 | Posted by: Alice J. Fink - IL - cousin

“Ida and family- Sorry to hear of Frank's passing. I remember Frank best when he was young as we would visit Aunt Allie and Spud and Ruth. My...Read More »
10 of 11 | Posted by: Mary Fetterling Patton - IN

“Ida, and Linda I am so very sorry for your loss,wish I could be there for you Ida so very sorry my thoughts and prayers are with you all.Frank was a...Read More »
11 of 11 | Posted by: Maria Crawford - League City, TX


Frank Thomas Fink, 57, of Hoopeston, IL, passed away at 11:20 A.M. Thursday May 9, 2013 at his home in Hoopeston. He was born October 26, 1955 in Danville, IL, the son of Harry Eldon and Ruth Agnes (McGinley) Fink. He married Ida Maria Molina on February 23, 1996 in Danville, IL. She survives in Hoopeston.
He is also survived by one daughter, Linda (Daniel) Lugo Jr. of Hoopeston, IL; two brothers, David (Pam) Fink of Union, IA and Gary (Joyce) Fink of Hoopeston, IL; four grandchildren, Daniel, Lucy, Libby and Leo Lugo, three nieces, Kim Fink, Danielle (Brent) Morton, and Kendra Wartnaby and five nephews, Gary (Amy) Fink Jr., Greg (Stacey) Fink, Andy (Sheana) Fink, Scott (Toni) Fink, and Taylor Wells.
Frank was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents.
Frank worked as a custodian at several area businesses including, Silgan Containers Corp., ConAgra, Hoopeston Area Schools, Hoopeston Hospital, Anthem Chevrolet and the Hoopeston First Presbyterian Church. He later worked in the maintenance department at Heritage Manor Rehabilitation & Senior Living in Hoopeston. Frank was a great neighbor, always lending a helping hand. He enjoyed gardening, golfing, fishing, swimming with his grandchildren, going to area garage sales and taking trips to Wal-Mart. Frank's greatest joy was spending time with his family.