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KYLE FINK November 4, 1960 - August 6, 2015

Olive Branch, MS –

KYLE FINK, 54, was born November 4, 1960 in Lincoln, NE and passed away August 6, 2015 at his home.  He was Catholic.  Mr. Fink was a graduate of Lincoln Southeast High School where he played baseball and football earning a baseball scholarship to Wesleyan University, where he received his Bachelor’s degree.  He enjoyed playing golf, loved all sports, and was a loyal Nebraska Cornhuskers fan.  Survivors include his wife of 18 years, Stacie Fink; one daughter, Hailey Fink; one brother, Kevin Fink; one sister, Toni Lisec and her husband, Frank; one sister-in-law, Barb Fink; and several nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents, Alex and Jo Fink and one brother, Trey Fink.  There will be a gathering of family and friends Friday, August 14 from 5-7 p.m. at Twin Oaks Funeral Home in Southaven.  The family requests that memorials be made to any Humane Society. 


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    Sorry for your loss. We are were big fans of Kyle’s. He gave me my big chance here at Anixter and I will always be grateful for that. You and your family are in our prayers.

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    Dear Stacie, Hailey and family, so sorry to hear about Kyle’s passing. We have many good memories of Kyle and the fun we had working in St Louis and our office trip to Florida. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

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    Rest in peace Kyle It was an honor to have known you. May the Good Lord comfort those you leave behind.

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    Stacie, my deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead, and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. With Heartfelt Condolences, Brad McCormick

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    Stacie and Hailie, we send our deepest sympathies and pray for you to find comfort and strength through faith. We mourn the loss of Kyle to be sure but, I have so many terrific (mostly wonderfully funny) memories of him from inside and outside the office walls. My kids, now both in college, were just little rugrats when they would come into the sales office. Kyle would load them up with our ever present candy and watch them go into overdrive running around from the sugar rush. I still remember, and will carry with me, that bold and mighty laugh he would let out at the site of my boys having such joy. I possess that memory and many, many others. Until we see you again, Kyle, God bless us left behind.

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    dustingreen says

    Stacy, So sorry for your loss. I will be praying that you and your family find comfort and peace in the days ahead.

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    Stacie and Hailey, I’m so sorry about your loss because Kyle was one of my BEST FRIENDS in junior high and high school.I have so many story’s to tell about kyle an I,like the time he drove us to St. Louis from Lincoln,NE. to watch a 3 game series against the pittsburgh pirates, friday thru Sun. It was a 7 hour drive from Lincoln an kyle did all the driving.We had so much fun in St. Louis an we stayed at the downtown Holiday Inn.That trip was in 1978 when were juniors in high school.Kyle had just gotten a new red chevy chevette that got great gas mileage for back then.His parents bought him the car an I thought that was really nice on their part.We use to play basketball games in their driveway with his brother Kevin and another buddy named Mac.They were competitive games that made us all better athletes in high school.His parents were always nice to me an would invite me to go to the lake cabin on weekends for fishing an campingan riding the mini bikes.We always caught fish an had a fun time at the cabin. R.I.P. Kyle, yur old buddy, Bobby “Marty” Schleiger.

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