Donald V. Sink, age 93, of Findlay, Ohio died on Saturday, July 21, 2018.

Don was born on September 23, 1924 in Findlay to Edwin L. and Nina Marie (Davis) Sink. He married Mary Dorothy “Pat” Buckloh on July 15, 1950 and she preceded him in death in December 2011.

Survivors include his five children, Deborah (Greg) Nurre of Hudson, OH; Diane (Ken) Rogoff of Austin, TX; Donalee (Paul) Frary of Allentown, PA; Douglas (Christine) Sink of Clarendon Hills, IL; and Dottie (John) Mann of Littleton, CO; nine grandchildren: Nicholas (Victoria) Titchenal, Benjamin Titchenal, Margaret (Dave) Mayell, Peter (Kate) Nurre, Laurie Rogoff, Jacquelyn (Elvis) Sink Babila, Joshua Sink, David Mann, Michael Mann; four great grandchildren; and a sister, Alice Masters of Columbus, OH. He was preceded in death by a brother, David E. Sink and a sister, Evelyn Clapper.

Don was a WWII veteran of the 444th bomb squadron serving as a pilot of the B26 Marauder.

He attended Miami University after the war. Don and his brother David owned Sink’s Flowers. He was a lifetime member of the Findlay Rotary Club and St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church. Don was a past president of the Findlay Area Chamber of Commerce, he served on the Hancock County Park District, was a proud supporter of the Hancock Historical Museum and many Findlay-area organizations. He was a member of the Ralph D. Cole Post #3 American Legion and B.P.O.E #75 for over 60 years. He was a member of the Experimental Aircraft Association, the local area FTD Association, WARBUCKS, a former member of Findlay Florist Association, the Bonanza Society and served on many committees in Findlay.

Visitation hours will be 4-7 pm on Friday, July 27 at Kirkpatrick-Behnke Funeral Home, 500 Lima Avenue Findlay.

The funeral service will begin at 10 am on Saturday, July 28 at St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, 120 West Sandusky Street, with Rev. Jeff Motter officiating. Burial will take place at Maple Grove Cemetery immediately following the funeral, where military graveside rites will be conducted by the Hancock Veterans Memorial Squad.

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