ForeverMissed
Kathleen Finch (nee Vest), 71, of Mullica Hill, NJ, formerly of Gloucester City, NJ, passed away on May 12, 2020 at home.

Beloved wife of the late Lester Finch for 28 years, devoted mother of Tina Clements (Danny Monk), Franklin John Clements, III (wife Joanne Clements) and Leo Clements (Tina Vessella). Loving grandmother of 7, great grandmother of 4, and dear sister of Wayne Vest, the late Leo Vest, the late Thomas Vest, and is survived by Leo's wife Theresa Vest.

She was a loving aunt, cousin, and friend to many, and adored by her family.

Services are private and will be held at a later date to celebrate Kathleen's life.

Fertig Funeral Home


Posted by Dee Albano-Wolfe on May 20, 2020
Kathy you will be missed. I have some of my greatest memories with you and Lester. You are now with him and at peace. I don't think I'm far behind you my friend.
Posted by Kathleen DiLauro on May 18, 2020
Every memory I have of Kathy (and there are a lot) are all full of laughs and fun times. From eating all of her popsicles to dancing in the dining room at the Morris Street house and playing drums in Tinas Basement, sleeping at her house the night before Tinas Wedding to making flowers for mine, annoying her at the salon, and the way she always called me the little huzzie the list goes on and on. She was like a mom to me, and I will always remember her fondly. I’m so glad I got to see her when I was up in Jersey last year. I’ll be praying for you guys ❤️

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Posted by Dee Albano-Wolfe on May 20, 2020
Kathy you will be missed. I have some of my greatest memories with you and Lester. You are now with him and at peace. I don't think I'm far behind you my friend.
Posted by Kathleen DiLauro on May 18, 2020
Every memory I have of Kathy (and there are a lot) are all full of laughs and fun times. From eating all of her popsicles to dancing in the dining room at the Morris Street house and playing drums in Tinas Basement, sleeping at her house the night before Tinas Wedding to making flowers for mine, annoying her at the salon, and the way she always called me the little huzzie the list goes on and on. She was like a mom to me, and I will always remember her fondly. I’m so glad I got to see her when I was up in Jersey last year. I’ll be praying for you guys ❤️
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