Guest Book for Michael John FINNEGAN

Provided by Hicks Funeral Home

Posted by: Katherine Copeland
Wed April 08, 2020
Sorry to hear that Mike Sr has passed!  Being a long time best friend of Susie Mike was like a father!  Being close to the whole family this is heartbreaking! All I know is Mike is back with Toad aka Susie and Nancy Susie’s Mom!   Well I guess they will be spending Easter Dinner together!  Dorothy I’m so sorry you lost your partner!  Thinking the whole family!  Also so horrible at this time we are currently in can’t even hug so a vertical huge is coming to the whole family! RIP Mike Sr!  Aka Dad! ❤️❤️❤️❤️🤗🤗🤗🤗🐸

Posted by: Annabel Murray
Wed April 08, 2020
To The Family of Mike Finnegan,

My heartfelt condolences for your great loss of a wonderful man.  I only knew Mike from St. Gregory's church,,,Mike attended the 5pm Saturday Mass regularly with true love for God, a devout Catholic.  I often asked Mike to bring up the gifts during Mass and he was so willing and honored to do so.  Mike will be greatly missed at church for he was a man of deep faith. I, also, served him at Rexall every Saturday and we would say to each other, 'see you at Mass tonight' heart feels your sadness.  I will greatly miss Mike at church and will forever be in my prayers as a kind man of deep faith and love for God.
May his soul rest in peace in the arms of our Lord and welcome Mike to the beauty of Eternal Life.  Amen

Posted by: Drechsler Family
Thu April 09, 2020
On behalf of all of Walter Drechsler’s family, please accept our condolences at this time of sorrow. Marge, Gerald, John, Michelle, Paul, Mary and Peter.

Posted by: Susan Bell
Thu April 09, 2020
My condolences to Dorothy and the rest of the family.  Mike had a wonderful smile and a great laugh.  May his loving memory help you over your grieving.

Susan Bell

Thu April 09, 2020
I went to St Gregory's Separate School with Mike, many years ago. His Dad, Mike Sr, was a member of the Presley Lake Hunt Camp for many years. Mike Jr inherited his Dad's share in about 1970. In 1979, my Wife Raymonde and I purchased Mike's share of the camp. Both Father and Son were avid outdoors men, and really enjoyed the camp. From all the present members of the PLHC, we wish to express our condolences to all of the Finnegan family.

Posted by: Riivo ilves
Fri April 10, 2020
Condolences to the whole family.  A great loss.  Loved him and his sly humour.

Posted by: Doris Stuart
Fri April 10, 2020
I am deeply saddened to learn of Mikes death. My  family and the Finnegan family go back for years. We remember Mike's parents well His Mother Margaret and his Father, Mike were active in the community and along with their children,faithful members of St Gregorys church. Mike inherited from his parents,a wonderful sense of humour and always had a smile and a joke whenever we met.
He was a warm,caring man but a formidable Bridge opponent.
Rest In Peace Mike. We will miss you.

Posted by: Norma and Anthony Griffith
Fri April 10, 2020
We always enjoyed the kindness that Mike showed. We met him at duplicate bridge. A very sweet man.

Posted by: Frank Helferty
Fri April 10, 2020
Anne, Paul & David:
So sorry to hear of Mike's passing. Although I hadn't seen him in sometime, we go back a long time, to when we were both Alterboys at St. Gregorys.
We were always good friends. He will be missed. My condolences to each of you.

Posted by: Larry E Richardson
Sat April 11, 2020
Very sorry to learn of Mike's passing. He was a great guy, and will be missed by our community. Sincere condolences to Mike's family.

Posted by: Barbara Rose Tarbuck
Sat April 11, 2020
So sorry to hear of your dads passing. Though we have never met this name is repeated often when recounting history of the camp..actually it would be his fathers name. I hope your memories will,bring you some happy times you shared. Sincerely.

Posted by: Mickey Bond
Sat April 11, 2020
Dear Dorothy,
Anne,Paul,& David & families,
JIm & I extend our deepest sympathy on hearing of Mike’s death.
Remembering when Anne & I were in the same class at St. Gregory’s before we attended Notre Dame boarding convent & Paul & JIm were in the same class.
Mike was ahead of us & David behind.
We will miss Mike bringing up the gifts at the Saturday evening Masses.
May his soul Rest In Peace, Amen.
Mickey & JIm Bond

Posted by: June Fisher
Mon April 13, 2020
Sincere condolences to Dorothy and Mike`s family.
Mike,  very patiently taught me many things about the bridge game.  Always kind, patient, and respectful.  He will be greatly missed in the bridge community.

Posted by: Diane Underhill
Tue April 14, 2020
My deepest condolences to Dorothy and Mike's family.  Mike was an accomplished bridge player and a very patient man with those of us who were not so accomplished.  He will be missed.

Posted by: Jon LeHeup
Fri April 17, 2020
My condolences to Mike’s family. We were neighbours growing up in Picton and members of the Old Fort Knox Club with the clubhouse under Beaumont’s veranda. God bless him.

Jon LeHeup
Rothesay, New Brunswick

Posted by: Bev Campbell
Sat April 18, 2020
My deepest sympathy to you Dorothy and to Mike's family.  
I will miss good humour and his patient and supportive attitude with novice bridge players like me.

Bev Campbell,

Posted by: Carol Rath (Robinson)
Fri May 01, 2020
So sorry Anne, to hear of the loss of your brother, please accept my deepest condolences to you and your whole family, think of you often in our guiding days, be well my friend.

Posted by: Bill caughey
Sat May 02, 2020
Sorry to hear of Mikes passing.We were good friends growing up  as I lived on King Street a bout a block away  and was a member of the Old Fort Knox club like Jon. I played bridge with him a couple of times a few years ago,he was a master of the game. Many fond memories.