Kenneth Paul Fink

August 12, 1943April 14, 2018

Kenneth Paul Fink was born on August 12, 1943 in New York, New York and passed away on April 14, 2018 in Tamarac, Florida


  • Bradley Fink, Son
  • Tracey Fink, Daughter


  • Memorial Service Monday, April 16, 2018
  • Reception Monday, April 16, 2018

Kenneth Paul Fink

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Teresa Braud

May 2, 2018

I was introduced to Ken by a mutual friend. Best introduction ever. From Day One Ken became a forever friend. I was single until I was 48 and he was my "go to" friend when I needed advice and guidance. I trusted him implicitly and his input never failed. Finally found my Mr. Right and I was so happy Ken had a chance to meet him. Ken's "Seal of Approval" was important to me. Jerry and Ken became friends and we would meet Ken at our Bagel Place for Breakfast every now and again and have a grand old time. Sweet Memories. Moved to Sarasota in 2016. Ken came to visit and again, his approval of our new home and our remodeling made me so happy. He loved our place. That was the last time I physically saw Ken. We talked and skyped many times. Our last short conversation was a week before he died and at that time we told one another how much we loved each other. Still finding it hard to believe he is gone and I can't pick up the phone and hear his voice. I MISS HIM but am so blessed that he was in my life. I can only hope I handle impending death with the dignity and grace that he did. Always in My Heart, My Dear Friend . . .

Jim meyer

April 15, 2018

Ken and I were friends for sixty-four years. We met when we were 14 and the friendship never stopped. Our parents were friends in Clearview Gardens where we grew up and our mothers played MahJong together. Ken was my first business partner as we started a snow shoveling company which we did for several winters in Queens and had a joint bank account (our first). Ken always negotiated the price of the shoveling job - he was good at it. We worked in camp together when his mom was the Director (Granite Lake Camp in New Hampshire) and Ken ran the waterfront while I ran athletics. We were also classmates at Bayside High School. For the past twenty + years I would always see Ken in Florida and if he went up to NYC we would grab dinner. I will sorely miss my buddy - a lot of great memories and may his memory be a blessing to everyone especially his family.

Jim Meyer

Bruce Tuthill

April 15, 2018

Dear Friends and Family,
I am one of the many people who shared a tennis court with Ken over the years here in Coral Springs.
He was a pleasure to play with and I will miss his company.
His knowledge of the local political scene was a trusted resource I often used to make important decisions and that will be missed as well.
What I most admired about Ken was the way he handled the challenge of his condition.
His sense of humor, dignity, and grace in the face of that adversity was truly remarkable.
He set a high standard in that regard and one can only hope to do as well.
best regards,
Bruce W. Tuthill