Charles H. Fink, 74, a Baltimore native who once owned a tavern on Reisterstown Road, died Tuesday at a nursing home in Rock Hill, S.C., after a long illness.
Graveside services were being held today at the Lakeview Memorial Gardens in York, S.C.
Mr. Fink moved from the Severna Park area to Naples, Fla., in the mid-1970s and, later, to South Carolina.
While in Baltimore he was a salesman for F.A. Davis & Sons Inc., a wholesale distributor of tobacco products, candy and other merchandise, and owned Fink's Tavern on Reisterstown Road.
He was a graduate of St. Bernard's School and City College, and served in the Army during World War II. He was a member of the Loyal Order of the Moose.
Survivors include two sons, Charles H. Fink Jr. and Richard A. Fink, both of Green Cove Springs, Fla.; three daughters, Henrietta Young of Goose Creek, S.C., Sandra F. Williams of Marshville, N.C., and Sharon F. Anzor of Orange Park, Fla.; two brothers, Frank Fink of Baltimore and John Fink of Towson; three sisters, Mildred Callahan of Towson, Mary Capley of Baltimore and Josephine Kellner of Baltimore, 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.