Nope, never met him. It might have been possible, but never happened. I was born in 1944, so he was the preceding generation, really. He was writing his first TV engineering books before I had ever seen television. His last notable contribution to TV was a paper arguing that there was no practical way to get to analog high definition in a reasonable bandwidth, which spurred others to develop our digital HDTV systems.
While still off-topic (sorry), I found in Fink's bio here:http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/Donald_Fink
that he was instrumental in setting up LORAN, the nav system that was just recently shut down in favor of GPS.