Donna Henzel Fink

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Donna H. Fink


Donna Ruth Henzel Fink, 58, of Oklahoma City and Edmond, died Wednesday, March 13, 2013. She has born September 3, 1954 in Oklahoma City. She graduated from Classen High School and attended Oklahoma State University.

She worked in many educational settings but most loved being a teaching assistant for special students. She was also a programmer with the FDIC. She was a member of St. Charles Borromeo and very active with OCFD Citizen’s Fire Academy Alumni Association, Upward Transitions, and kidney organizations.

She was preceded in death by parents Stanley Charles Sr. and Imogene Henzel, brother Stanley Jr., and sister Margaret. She is survived by husband John, their son Colin (Shenna) and grandson Adikin. Other survivors are brothers Ronald, Timothy, Michael (Karin) and John (Debbie) Henzel; sisters Tekla Teresa Henzel and Mary Rodriguez (Amado); sister-in-law Annamaria Martucci; nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

Friends may wish to remember her with contributions to the adoption program at Catholic Charities, 1501 N Classen, OKC 73106 and by learning about saving lives through organ donation.

A rosary will be at 6 pm Sunday, March 17 at Matthews Funeral Home. Her Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 am Monday, March 18 at St. Charles Borromeo with burial at St. Patrick Cemetery.

Donna lived a full life with humor, dignity, and God’s grace. She is our blessing.

5 thoughts on “Donna Henzel Fink”

  1. David & Dixie Dozier

    Many people will miss this very special lady. We were always going at each other at the CFAAA meetings. She was fun to be around and went out of her way to help anyone. Donna was a very good vice-president and was always on the volenteer list to help with OCFD functions. I enjoyed her wit and needling to make me laugh. John we are so so sorry for your lost and if we can be of help please let us know. Thank you for sharing your lovely wife with us at CFAAA. D.&.D. Dozier

  2. John, Dale and I are so sorry to hear about Donna. We loved playing the game of showing up at the same restaurant to eat. We will miss her, Please know we are praying for you and your family.

    Love and prayers,
    Donna Moore

  3. sherri dorman

    John and Colin,

    I am so sorry to hear about Donna. I am praying for comfort for the family during this difficult time.

    Sherri Dorman

  4. Rob & Misty Ruckle

    As friends of Mike & Karin we have heard many wonderful things about Donna. We are sorry for your loss & know she will be missed greatly. Your family will be in our prayers.

  5. Gail Reynolds

    It’s hard to believe this vibrant sweet friend is gone. I remember when we worked together so long ago. And over the years, we didn’t talk often enough, but she was always in my thoughts.

    John, my prayers to you and Colin as well as extended family.

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