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Arnold G. Fink ’57

Published in June 8, 2005, issue

Arnie Fink died March 28, 2005, after a long illness.

While at Princeton, he majored in philosophy, joined Court Club, was intramural athletics director, and was a member of Hillel. Senior year he roomed with Art Horn and Mayer Lightdale.

After graduation Arnie did graduate studies at Hebrew Union College, Temple University, and Virginia Theological Seminary.

Upon graduation from Temple in 1962, he moved to the Philadelphia area, serving as rabbi of Keneseth ISrael in Elkins Park, Pa. In 1969 he became rabbi of Beth El Congregation in Alexandria, Va., where he remained until his death.

His love was counseling across interfaith boundaries and also preaching. He remained active in Princeton class affairs, attending reunions and participating in many class trips.

The class sends its sympathies to his wife, Barbara; children Jonathan, Daniel, and Julie; and grandchildren Tanya, Rosa, Joshua, and Amanda.

The Class of 1957

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