Augustinus Fink
1929 - 2019
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AUGUSTINUS FINK
June 21, 1929 ˜ September 21,
2019

Augustinus Fink was born in Insy, Germany, in 1929.
He met his wife Ursula and got married in 1950. They had one daughter, Gabriele, in 1956. In 1963 they moved to the United States, starting in New York then moving to California.
Augustinus worked for the Hiltons as a carpenter for 29 years. They moved to Ridgefield, WA, in 1994.
He loved to tell stories of his time in Germany and being around family and friends. He also loved rooting for the San Francisco 49ers.
Augustinus is survived by his granddaughters, Samantha and Monika Hammon; and great-granddaughter, Tabitha Bryan.
Memorial service is Oct. 9 at 1 PM at St. Mary of Guadalupe Mission in Ridgefield.
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Published in The Columbian on Oct. 6, 2019.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
OCT
9
Memorial service
01:00 PM
St. Mary of Guadalupe Mission
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February 17, 2020
August, Im glad we were able to keep in touch by phone after you moved from Pacifica. So many fond memories of you and Ursula there, visiting with my wife Ingrid.
Dieter Stenzhorn
October 7, 2019
I knew Gus from the Vancouver Clinic. He was always smiling & had a wonderful warm handshake every time I saw him.
Lori Woodward
October 6, 2019
Many fond memories at your house. Enjoying old stories from Germany. Will always remember. Sharon Dole Portland Oregon.
Sharon Dole
October 6, 2019
August and Ursula. Wonderful memories of coming to your home. Beautiful couple and visiting about the old country. I will always remember. Sharon Dole Portland OR.
Sharon Dole
September 29, 2019
I just learned of my dear friend's passing. I've missed August since my retirement in April. He was a frequent friendly face on my mail route. I regret terribly that I was only able to visit him once since I retired. We had an awesome visit, I could tell he was happy to have me stop by. August will be forever in my heart. He was a genuine good soul with a big heart.
Julie Center
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