Jacqueline M. Finger Obituary, Death –Jacqueline M. Finger, aged 94, passed away on September 10, 2023 at The Pines of Rutland following a short period of sickness. The individual in question was born on December 29, 1928, in Elwood City, Pennsylvania. Her parents were Spencer and Leona Stubbs, specifically Leona Stubbs, nee Dawson. The individual resided in DuBois, Pennsylvania for a duration exceeding 80 years. Jacqueline successfully completed her secondary education at DuBois High School, graduating as a member of the Class of 1946.
On September 11, 1948, she entered into matrimony with Benjamin A. Finger. The couple remained in matrimony for a duration of five decades, until the demise of the spouse transpired in the year 1999. At the age of 18, she commenced her employment with Bell Telephone, ultimately culminating her career as a telephone operator supervisor at Verizon. Jacqueline derived great satisfaction from fulfilling her roles as a nurturing mother and doting grandma.
The individual in question held memberships in many organizations, including the DuBois American Legion Auxiliary, Telephone Pioneers of America, and the DuBois Lakeside United Methodist Church. The deceased individual is survived by her son, James A. Finger, residing in Rutland, as well as her daughter-in-law, Melissa Finger (wife of Paul). Additionally, her surviving grandchildren include Richard Bussard (from Missouri), Byron Finger (from Vermont), Kelly Terry (from New Jersey), Shelby Finger (from Ohio), Shawna Finger (from Ohio), Adam Finger (from Nevada), Joe Labosky (from Minnesota), Andy Labosky (from New York), and Donnie Schwerdtfeger (from Pennsylvania).
Furthermore, she is also survived by several great-grandchildren. The deceased individual’s parents, husband Benjamin A. Finger on July 10, 1999, daughter Ellen Kay Finger, sons Charles D. Finger, Robert B. Finger, Paul S. Finger, and grandson Jason Labosky preceded her in death. A closed-door memorial service will be conducted in the presence of immediate family members. The interment will take place at a future time at Morningside Cemetery in DuBois, Pennsylvania.
Instead of presenting flowers, individuals have the option to make memorial contributions to either the American Heart Association or the American Cancer Society. The management of the funeral arrangements is being overseen by the Ducharme Funeral Home Inc. Expressions of sympathy can be conveyed through the utilization of online condolences, which can be accessed at the website www.ducharmefuneralhome.com.