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1811 NE 16th Ave #A
Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Phone: 360-675-3447
Fax: 360-682-2359
Lucas Fink

Lucas Nathaniel Fink

Friday, February 16th, 1979 - Tuesday, September 10th, 2019
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On September 10, 2019, Lucas Nathaniel Fink, our loving son, brother, father of two children, and Iraq combat veteran departed this life at age 40 in San Clemente, CA.

Lucas was born on February 16, 1979, at Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan to Commander Richard and Trudy Fink. He attended Elementary School in 29 Palms, CA and High School in Oak Harbor, WA where he played catcher on the Baseball Team and graduated in 1998. Following High School, he enlisted into the U.S. Navy to follow in his father’s footsteps as a Hospital Corpsman.

Lucas wore the Uniform of our nation for 5 years. He completed Navy boot camp and Hospital Corps School at Great Lakes, Illinois. From there he was stationed at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, CA where he worked on the Mother Infant Unit. Lucas was then transferred to Okinawa, Japan where he was assigned to the Marine Air Wing. Upon returning to the states he attended Fleet Marine Force (FMF) training at Camp Pendleton. After completion of FMF Lucas was assigned to a Marine Unit, Echo Company 2/5, serving as a combat Corpsman in Ramadi, Iraq from September 2004 through May 2005. He loved his time in the service and the many Marines and Sailors he served with. Lucas received several ribbons and medals including the Combat Action Ribbon and Iraq Campaign with the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor. “Semper Fidelis” “Retreat Hell”

After completing his military obligation, Lucas was accepted into the Puget Sound Electrical Apprenticeship program where he became a IBEW-46 Journeyman Electrician and attended South Seattle College, graduating from both in 2011. He had worked in that field for the past several years.

Lucas loved his mother’s cooking, which made him a very good cook. He was always talking about the outdoors and discussed on many occasions, that if he could, he would live off the grid, in a cabin he built. He enjoyed playing card games with his kids, his Mom & Pops and brothers and cousins, many times they would play all night that silly game of “Hand & Foot” and Pinochle. He played softball with his Pops and was on many teams. Yet every time he had the opportunity, he would find a Frisbee Golf course and spend hours throwing the disc, along with training for the “Fink” Olympics (games he made up). He loved playing games and being silly with Quincee and Indiana who were the apples of his eye. They always brought a smile to his face. Lucas was a man with integrity, he had a loving, caring soul and a very kind heart. He would do anything for family, friends, and fellow Marines & Sailors. Lucas will be dearly missed by those that knew and truly loved him.

Lucas was preceded in death by his beloved dog, Jack. He is survived by his two children, Quincee and Indiana; his parents, Richard & Trudy of Oak Harbor, WA; two brothers, Matthew (Nichelle), of Federal Way, WA, and Forest (Celest), of East Wenatchee, WA; nieces, Paige and Grace, of East Wenatchee; and many, many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.

A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 at Wallin Funeral Home, 1811 NE 16th Avenue #A, Oak Harbor, WA at 1:00 PM. In lieu of flowers please make donations, in Lucas’ name, to Wounded Warrior Battalion-West. (“woundedwarrior.marines.mil” - print donation in search box - select donation form - print form - in Specific Requirements line, write in USMC Wounded Warrior Battalion - West)

“No one is actually gone until the ripples they cause in the world die away.” - Terry Pratchett
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  • Service

    Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 | 1:00pm
    When
    Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 1:00pm
    Location
    Wallin Funeral Home & Cremation, LLC
    Address
    1811 NE 16th Ave
    OAK HARBOR, WA 98277
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    Please join the family to share memories at the reception immediately following the Memorial Service. A journal will be available for sweet stories and condolences to be written for the family to read over in the years to come.
  • Reception

    Location
    Wallin Funeral Home & Cremation, LLC
    Address
    1811 NE 16th Ave
    OAK HARBOR, WA 98277
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Donations are being accepted for: WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT INC.

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Wesley R. Barker

Posted at 02:15pm
We did not know Lucas, personally. but we honor all veterans and their families. We know Richard and Trudy, his parents, and they are people of honor and love for our veterans, as Richard was a decorated Navy Officer and his son, Lucas, followed in his footsteps as a Combat Corpsman and served our country with honor. We are sincerely sorry for your loss and we will honor Lucas by prayer and attending his Celebration of Life.
KL

Kristi Logg

Posted at 12:09pm
I’ll always remember fondly first meeting you in middle school. You, with the brightest eyes behind your bottle-glass thick glasses, and me pestering you until you would finally say more than three words to me. I am grateful for your friendship, the games of racquetball at the base gym, riding in your truck, the endless supply of tootsie rolls, and for introducing me to Bad, bad Leroy Brown. Even into adulthood, you were always someone whose voice I could never tire hearing. Rest easy, dear friend x
- Kristi (Deguzman) Logg
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Marc DiConti

Posted at 10:15am
I only wish we could have connected in a more meaningful way. I know Jesus always influences our lives for the better. I'm still praying for His healing to console and comfort your whole family.
In Christ's love
BJ

Bob Johnston

Posted at 04:43pm
We knew Lucas a long time ago, when he was a 50 mph wonderful child and young man..
Rest in peace shipmate, You have earned it the hard way that few will underestand.
Blessings to you and your family.
May you all know Fair Winds and Following Seas.
Bob Johnston Master Chief Hospital Corpsman [FMF] USN Ret.
Donna Jones LCDR Nurse Cops, USN Ret.
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Wayne and Judy Bartlett

Posted at 02:24pm
May lhave met Lucas at one of our Vet Pinnings.

Shipmate: The watch is set. We have the Watch. Those you trained and taught, we now have the Watch. "Boatswain, Pipe the Side, a United States Sailor is going ashore". Semper Fi

Our prayers are with the family and friends.

Wayne and Judy Bartlett
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