Class of 1925
Birth: 13 Nov 1903, Cabarrus County, North Carolina
Death: 3 Jun 1977, Cabarrus County, North Carolina
Lawson R. Trexler (1877-1970)
Lucy Marona Rhinehardt (1882-1967)
Caleb Lee Trexler (1906-1983)
Glen G. Trexler (1915-1989)
Spouse: William Harry Fink (1898-1984)
Infant Son Fink (unknown-1946)
Charles Lee Fink (1928-2009)
George W. Fink
Wade E. Fink (1931-2013)
William Harry Fink Jr.
Betty Fink Eury
Sarah Fink Tysinger
Jane Fink Troutman
The Concord Times, 18 Apr 1927, p. 5
A nuptial wedding of unusual interest throughout Cabarrus county was the marriage Sunday evening, April 17th, of Miss Mary Trexler and Harry Fink, the ceremony being performed at 4 p.m. at the Lutheran parsonage with Rev. W. H. Dutton, pastor of the bride and groom, officiating.
The only attendants were Miss Blanche Fink, cousin of the groom; R. W. Cline, Miss Catherine Ridenhour and C. L. Trexler, of Concord, brother of the bride.
Mrs. Fink is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Trexler, of No. 6 township. She is a young lady of charming personality. She graduated at Mont Amoena Seminary, Mt. Pleasant. Since her graduation she has been a teacher in public schools of the county.
Mr. Fink is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Fink, Sr. He is a young man of noble ability. Part of his past life has been spent in traveling. He enlisted in the army at Fayetteville in 1923 and served eighteen successful months. Since then he has been a farmer in Nos. 6 and 7 townships.
After the ceremony the bride’s mother served a bountiful wedding supper.
The bride and groom will make their home with the groom’s parents.
The Charlotte Observer, 5 Jun 1977, 15
MOUNT PLEASANT – Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Trexler Fink, 72, died Friday. Funeral is 4 p.m. Monday at Mount Olive Lutheran Church.
Survivors are husband, William Harry; sons, Charles Lee Fink of Concord, George W. Fink of Anaheim, Calif., Wade E. Fink of Lonview, Washington, Farry Fink Jr. of Charlotte; daughters, Mrs. Betty F. Eury of Winston-Salem, Mrs. Sarah F. Tysinger of Concord, Mrs. Jane F. Troutman; brothers, Glen Trexler, Caleb Trexler, both of Concord. Gordon-Peninger is in charge.