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@drwilkins had the right answer for me, with the persistent boot time option. I had to switch to root then echo out the config (option 2 in this case):

$ su root
Password:
# echo "options hid_apple fnmode=2" > /etc/modprobe.d/50-hid_apple.conf

Upon reboot, my fn-key was behaving as expected.