All Obituaries | Home

Blair L. Finck

1927 - 2015


Blair L. Finck, 87, formerly of Cemetery St. New Columbia; went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, July 19 at the Buffalo Valley Lutheran Village, Lewisburg.


Born in Lewisburg on October 4, 1927; he was the son of the late Blair N. and Kathryn (Eddinger) Finck.  He was married to the former Grace E. Bennett.  His death breaks a marital union of 69 years.


Blair had retired from American Home Foods in Milton and in his early years worked on several farms.  He was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church in New Columbia where he served on the Church board, was treasurer of the Building Fund, and was head usher.


He loved country music and his flowers; but most importantly he loved his grandchildren and great grandchildren. As his life was ending he spoke to his family the he was going with the Lord Jesus Christ, Lord, King and Savior.


In addition to his wife, he is survived by two daughters and sons in law Janet and George Napp Sr. of Milton, and Kathryn and Frank Shearer of New Columbia; four grandchildren George Napp Jr. and his fiancé Michelle Betts of Milton, Amanda Fanning and her husband Chris of Lewisburg, Jessica Cohick and her husband Brandon of Milton, and Matthew Shearer of New Columbia; four great grandchildren Alyssa Napp of Northumberland, Olivia Manner of Lewisburg, Jackson Manner of Lewisburg, and Addison Cohick of Milton; two brothers and a sister in law Melvin and Wanda Finck of Mazeppa and Roy Finck of New Columbia; two sisters and brothers in law Shirley and Warren Dieffenderfer of Milton and Phyllis and Terry Keiser of Lewisburg; and a sister in law Doris Heffelfinger of Milton.


Friends and relatives will be received on Thursday, July 23 from 9:30 to 10:30 AM at the Trinity United Methodist Church 257 Third St. New Columbia.  Funeral services will follow at 10:30 with the Rev. Robert O. Rice Jr. officiating.  Burial will be in Highland Cemetery, New Columbia.


 Arrangements are under the care of the Shaw Funeral Home 400 N. Front St. Milton.


So sorry Janet an Kathryn for the loss of yuor Father.

Sorry to see the news on Blair's death. My thoughts and prayers are with the Fink family.
Lynn Hummel

So very sorry for your lose. I worked with Blair during my erlry days at American Home Foods (ConAgra), and found him to be a very kind gentleman, with a wonderful spirit and attitude. I often thought about him and how he was doing after his retirement. Again, so sorry for your lose.

Leave A Message for The Family

(Your name will not be displayed. Sign your name in the message.)

(Your email will not be displayed.)

Captcha Code

Click the image to see another captcha.