Fredrick Lee Finch

October 19, 1966 - January 18, 2020
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Fredrick “Freddy” Lee Finch, 53, of Irving, Texas, passed away on Saturday, January 18, 2020. He was born the son of Don and Marian Finch on October 19, 1966 in Saline, Michigan. Freddy enjoyed camping, hunting, fishing, taking out his boat with his kids, and watching Gold Rush with his wife. He had a passion for tire work. Freddy loved teaching his tire children how to properly do tires; the safest and fastest way. Freddy touched a lot of people’s hearts. He loved riding his Harley and going to Strokers. Most of all he loved talking with his parents and spending as much time as he could with his family. Freddy is probably looking down on us saying, “Stop your darn crying and suck it up. Live your lives like there is no tomorrow.” He is truly loved by his wife and 3 children and will be deeply missed. Our Tire Man got his Angel Wings. Freddy is survived by his loving wife, April Finch; children, Brian Finch and wife, Danae, Dee Finch and Caitlynn Finch; parents, Don Finch and Marian Finch; siblings, Don Finch and wife, Kim, Greg Finch and wife, Chris; among numerous nieces, nephews and other family and friends. A memorial service will be held on Friday, January 23 at 10:30 am in the Chism-Smith Funeral Home Chapel

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Memorial
Date: January 24, 2020
Time: 10:30 am

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Lori Blakeman
Milan, MI
Sad to see you go but happy that you have no more pain!!
You will be missed by many!! We had a great childhood and the memories will live on!! Say hello to all our family and friends!! Until we meet again take care cuz’!! Love U!! XXOO
Miss Queen B
LESLIE SALAZAR
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Dollie Scanlin
Gause, TX
To The Greatest Brother N Law I have ever known you where in our lives for twenty eight long years freddy I loved you for not for what you could do I loved you for who you where I will never forget you.You will live in my Heart for ever and until we meet again shine bright brother Fred and just know now there is no more pain you are free.  Love always your sister n law Dollie
Your loving wife April Finch
Irving, TX
I'm gonna miss you so much my loving husband. You where an amazing man,husband,dad,grandpa. An friend. You never seemed to amaze use. You always had a smile. Regardless how mad or sick u we're. But that smile will always keep going. Because that's what u always told me. I love u. And will never forget you Freddy. Love always. And forever. You're loving wife an son. Dee will always love u daddy.
Dollie Scanlin
Gause, TX
Two the two people I love Mister and Miss Fredrick Finch.  You guys have had a long life together twenty eight years.You guys have seen and done alot together no one will ever know how much you two loved each other no matter what people say it doesn't matter freddy would say all the time he didn't love you but that was just to make you mad because god only knows that man would have faught hell and high water for his wife April Finch he gave that name to you for a reason and that reason is because he had a love for you that no one would understand but you and him and remember April when all the pain and suffer hit brother fred who did he call upon no one but his Wife.I know as this battle continues getting through the loss of The Greatest Man that anyone could ever ask for all he would want is for his wife to keep her promise and take care of his Two Son's and his Daughter and her self and remember all the wonderful memories that they shared together.  So I say to Brother Fred and My sister April Finch May God see you and keep you.Love Always Your Sister N Law and your baby sister Dollie
Sprocket and Mama Lynn Rushing
Irving, TX
Oh my Dearest Fred.I am I at a loss for words.You were the best wingman we could ever have when we were riding Harleys together. We have been so blessed to have you in my life. Not only were you a friend but you were more like a Son to me. Know that you are loved and you will be sorely missed. Our world got a little darker the day we lost you. Godspeed. I promise you we will take care of April and Dee. You were the best Husband, father Grandfather ,Brother, Cousin and friend anyone could ever ask for. You fought hard but in the end it was just time for you to go home . It's time for you to rest now my brother. Until we meet again rest in peace Fred. All our love Mama Lynn & Sprocket
Madee Rai
Irving, TX
To Fred my brother you will be missed every time I get on my bike and start it up cause I still share such good memories with you and your conversation...god hase different plans and he wants you close to him .. May your soul be in peace and your family which you left behind will be blessed.... we will unite one day....
Jenny hale
Irving, TX
You are going to be deeply missed Fred by everyone that knew you, Drinking a beer out by the burn barrel was one of my best memory's with you.  -Jenny Hale & Kelly Jackson
Lawrence and Melissa Redmon
Arlington, TX
Sending prayers and our sincerest condolences.
Your Daughter Danae Finch
Silverdale, WA
Dad, you were taken too soon. I am going to miss you everyday. You were the best father-in-law a girl can ever ask for. And you were the greatest pawpaw to your grand babies. And they loved you so much and I am so glad you got to meet Jimmy. And of course he feel in love with you the moment he saw you. We love you always and forever, until we see each other again dad. Love your daughter Danae and grand babies Catalina, Brian JR and Jimmy
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