Patricia Fink

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Though Pat contracted Polio as a teenager, you’d never know it from her life’s work. She never stopped being social and was the president of her residents’ association and the Red Hat Society. Pat loved to throw on a pot of meatballs mixed with a little karaoke and have some people over. She was that rare person who could appreciate a broad spectrum of music; Pat liked Frank Sinatra and Motley Crue and everything in between. Family always came first; though she wasn’t a particularly strict mother she joked that if her kids got arrested, she wasn’t coming to bail them out. Quiet times found her watching a little CSI and outwitting her grandkids at Risk.
She is survived by her children: Pat, Ted, Donna (Doug) Elberson, Lisa (John) Jones and John (Melissa) and her brother, George (Lyn) Leshner. Pat didn’t need much of an excuse to spoil the daylights out of her 11 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.
Come celebrate 73 active years, Saturday 9-10:30 a.m. at Sweeney Funeral Home, Beverly where there will be a service at 11. Burial Monument Cemetery, Beverly.

2 thoughts on “Patricia Fink

  1. GLENDA

    TO THE FAMILY I EXPRESS MY DEEP SYMPATHY FOR THE LOSS OF PAT. DEATH IS TRULY AN ENEMY BUT THERE IS COMFORT TO KNOW “GOD WILL ACTUALLY SWALLOW UP DEATH FOREVER AND CERTAINLY WIPE THE TEARS FROM ALL FACES.” ISAIAH 25:8

  2. Rhonda Aminian

    Lisa, I know that you feel broken, and I can’t say time heals that hole at all, but remember the good times with your mom, the fond memories and exchanges you had and also know you were her best friend in life as well with your caring of her.

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