Jack W. Finch

  • Born: July 3, 1946
  • Died: April 11, 2018
  • Location: Menasha, Wisconsin

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Tribute & Message From The Family

Jack Warner Finch, 71 years, passed away April 11, 2018 at his Bella Vista manor residence in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He was born on July 3, 1946 to his parents Neil and Shirley Finch (Warner) in Ottawa, Kansas. Jack and his first wife Joyce Anne McCulley were married in 1969. Together they had two daughters, Shannon and Shelly. Joyce passed in 1989 after a long battle with cancer. Jack was an OSHA inspector for 33 years. He was an avid fan of John Wayne and the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis. He enjoyed card playing, dining out, road trips with friends, and spending time with family. Jack later married Grace Marie Hamus in 1994 and spent the last 21 years together, until Grace passed in 2016 due to health complications. Jack is survived by his brothers Pat (Sabaunia) Finch, Mark Finch, and Chris (Ellen) Finch, children, Shannon (Dan) Dodge, Shelly Finch, Allen (Sandy) Hamus, Kevin Hamus, Perry (Amanda) Gawlick, Luanne Beckerson, Heather (Gene) Boehlein, grandchildren, Cheyenne and William Dodge III, Eric J., Aaron (Vanessa), Richie, Eric G., Jason, Ashley, Tyler (Amber), Jesse, Harley, Stephanie, Alex, Ariana, Zach and Genevieve, great-grandchildren, Preston, Phoenix, Payshence, Austyn, Yunaleska, Taylor, Aizen, Presleigh, and Tristan, along with his two cats Carrie and Sammie. Preceded in death by his parents, his first wife Joyce, his second wife Grace, his brothers Scott (Crystal) Finch and Jeff Finch, and long time friend Carl Marsh. Private services were held. Inurnment Riverside Cemetery in Appleton, Wisconsin and Auburndale Cemetery in Wisconsin.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I'm sorry to hear of Jack's passing. I also worked with Jack for many years at OSHA in Appleton. He was a fun loving man and great to be around. He often would come up with some funny saying that would make those around him laugh. He made the day much brighter for those around him. My sincere condolences to his family and friends.

You will be missed Jack.

Posted by Tim Braun - Lititz, PA   April 18, 2018

I am sorry to hear of Jack's passing. I have some great ( and fun) memories when I worked with Jack ( and Carl) at the OSHA office in Appleton. We did some inspections together before I transferred to the warmer climes of Georgia and Alabama. I also had 33 years with OSHA. Jack was lots of fun to spend time with and he always had a ready smile.
Rest In Peace Jack.

Posted by Virginia Ames - Chelsea, AL   April 17, 2018

Hey guys my condolences mike quimby

Posted by Mike Q - Neenah   April 16, 2018

Worked with Jack at OSHA for a very long time. Always had a sense of humor and wanted to be your friend. So long, Jack. Rest in peace. Pat Van Den Heuvel

Posted by Pat Van Den Heuvel - Kaukauna, WI - coworker   April 15, 2018