Frederick Finn, Jr. Obituary

Frederick Francis Finn, Jr.
Frederick Francis Finn, Jr.

March 8, 1951 - October 14, 2014
Born in Southbury, CT
Resided in East Lyme, CT

Obituary

Frederick Finn, Jr.
East Lyme- Frederick Francis Finn, Jr., age 63, of East Lyme, died October 14, 2014, at his home.
He was born in Waterbury, CT on March 8, 1951, the son of Frederick and Elizabeth Finn. He grew up on the property of Seaside Regional Center where his father was Director of the center, he graduated from St. Bernard's High School, and attended college at Mitchell College, and UCONN to attain his Land Surveyor's License. He was an avid fisherman, loyal friend, and outdoorsman.
Mr. Finn owned and operated Finn Survey for over 30 years in Southeastern, CT, and worked winters plowing for Haye's Services. He is survived by two sons, Frederick F. Finn, III of Campbell, CA, Sean Finn of Hartford; a daughter Suzanne Stevenson of Falmouth, ME; a brother John Finn of Voorheesville, NY; two sisters, Elizabeth Acevedo of Hartford, CT; Kathy Finn of East Hampton, CT; and one grandson.
A celebration of his life will be held at 2pm, Sunday, November 2, at Burke's Tavern in East Lyme. We are welcoming photos, and stories of his life. Memorial contributions may be directed to the preservation of Long Island Sound, Niantic Bay and the Niantic River.

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Services

Clelbration of Life
Burke's Tavern
Niantic, CT US
Sunday, November 2, 2014
2:00 PM

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