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John Finger
In Memory of
John Friedrich
1949 - 2018
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Condolence From: Joe & Gail Evans
Condolence: We were deeply saddened to hear of Johnny’s passing. Joe and I have know Johnny for decades. He always had a kind heart and wonderful smile. God speed his love and peace to all that loved him. Rest In Peace, Johnny.
Sunday March 04, 2018
Condolence From: Emily Sarazin
Condolence: My condolences to the Finger family. Johnny was a good guy. He will be missed!
Friday March 02, 2018
Condolence From: Sandy Manderfield
Condolence: Johnny was a big part of my early adult ( formative ) years. He and A.J. gave me a run for my money & my heart ! For a short time we shared a home. I worked at KFC and would bring some home after I worked the last shift. Johnny just loved that ! One winter he & A.J. wanted to take the very first car I owned for a trip to Ann Arbor. I said, " No " but they wouldn't give up trying to persuade me...finally I told them they could only if they took me too! And they did. We had many friends getting married and making babies back then and now most of us are Grandparents and still close in spirit. If Johnny was your friend, you felt appreciated, loved and safe. That's the Finger way ! All my love and condolences to this wonderful family. x's & o's Sandy
Friday March 02, 2018
Condolence From: Bob Hagen
Condolence: I knew John since Kindergarten and am very sad to hear of his death. We had such great memories together. Lots of sleepovers at their house by the brewery with John and Woody. Lots of baseball together. We liked to think of ourselves as Louis Apparecchio and Nellie Fox in Little League. I will miss him. My condolences to all of John's family, especially Suzanne. Bob
Friday March 02, 2018
Condolence From: Mark Chegwidden
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of Johns passing I will always cherish our times hanging out ,I will always be greatfull for his support as a friend and customer .
Friday March 02, 2018
Condolence From: Roger Smith
Condolence: Sorry to hear about Johnny's passing. I have nice memories of fun times growing up with him and Woody and - the rest of the great Finger family.
Thursday March 01, 2018
Condolence From: Rick and Carol Freeman
Condolence: Our deepest sympathy to the Family of John. We enjoyed talking and sharing stories with John when he and Jeff paid a visit to our store in Hancock. Northwoods Sporting Goods. Always had a good visit and BS session with John and our son's that work at our store. Rest is Peace John
Thursday March 01, 2018
Condolence From: Michele Moran
Condolence: So sorry to hear about Johnny’s death. I was only in his company a couple of times, but the stories I heard through the years! May all the good memories bring peace in this difficult time and in the days ahead.
Thursday March 01, 2018
Condolence From: Karen Johnson and Scott Johnson
Condolence: Scott and I are remembering all the visits and fun. Our prayers are with you and your family. God's peace to you. We love you.
Thursday March 01, 2018
Condolence From: Jerry Talberg
Condolence: I just wanted to pass on to the entire Finger family sincere condolences on your loss. He’s in the Lords hands now and those hands are going to be full. I say that with a smile as I think back of some of the events I was witness to when I was a young guy in high school and John was the cool guy with the motorcycle, driving it through town the wrong way or talking us into helping turn a car around parked outside the downtown and make it face the Wrong Way, God bless.
Jerry Talberg
Thursday March 01, 2018