Barry L. Fink, Sr.
Barry L. Fink, Sr., 68, of Shickshinny (formerly of Conestoga), went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, April 29, 2013, at Hospice & Community Care of Mt. Joy, surrounded by his loving family.Born in Lancaster, he was son of the late Lloyd Fink and Catherine (Steffy) and John Kilby.Barry was a man of strong Christian faith. He enjoyed fishing, hours of hiking and he loved eagles, hawks and other birds of prey. Barry was an avid NASCAR fan that loved to follow racing news, but he also loved listening to a variety of music such as the Eagles, Christian contemporary and Motown. Barry retired from Packaging Corporation of America to follow his dream to live in the mountains.Surviving are his two children, son, Barry and wife Danielle of Mt. Joy; and daughter, Lori and husband Bill McCauley of Manheim. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Billy, Andrew, Paxton, Alex, Karisa and Riley; and great-grandson, Gavin. He will also be dearly missed by his dog, Angel, a 1½ year old Labradoodle, whom he did everything with and loved dearly.Barry is survived by two sisters, Barbara VanAulen and Tammy Rhineer; and four brothers, Ronald (Aileen) Kilby, Michael (Diane) Kilby, John (Wanda) Kilby and Robert (Laurie) Kilby. He will be deeply missed by his Uncle Robert and Aunt Phyllis Fink as well as Aunt Lucile Steffy. He leaves behind many loving nieces and nephews.In addition to his parents, he was sadly preceded in death by his brother, James (Julie) Kilby.A celebration of life for family and friends will be held Thursday, May 9, 2013, 2:00 P.M. at the Safe Harbor United Methodist Church, 3687 River Road, Conestoga, PA 17516.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice and Community Care, 4075 Old Harrisburg Pike, Mt. Joy, PA 17552.Barry had a wonderful life experience with his children, which allowed them to handle birds of prey at The Falconry Experience out of Hershey. We will have an offering box at the celebration which will be for donations to contribute to the care of the birds he grew to love.