Steven Joseph Finn, 66, of Plymouth passed away peacefully on September 25th surrounded by
Steve was born in Milton, MA to Frank Finn, who passed away earlier this month, and Wanda
(Renski) Finn. He went through Milton schools, graduating from Milton High School in 1972.
He then went on to his life long career working as a Sales Representative for various paper
distributing companies, retiring from Lindenmeyr Munroe this past year.
In addition to being survived by his mother Wanda, Steve leaves behind his three children:
Stephanie Finn of Plymouth, Jonathan Finn and his girlfriend Michelle of Plymouth, and Kristen
Buchanan and her husband Nathan of Plymouth. His children's mother, Donna O’Gara, who he
remained good friends throughout the years, her husband Dan, and their daughter and son-in-law,
Kacey and Jared Wolfe. He was a grandfather (“Grumpy!) to Shay Buchanan, who he adored
and the feeling was mutual. One thing that has defined Steve was how proud he was to be one of
five boys. He leaves behind his four brothers: Michael Finn of Brockton, Joe Finn and his wife
Ruth of Kingston, and Chris and Jim Finn, both of Plymouth. In addition, six nieces and
nephews: Mike Finn and his wife Amy of Middleboro, Danny Finn and his wife Tia of Norton,
Lindsay Williams and her husband Joe of Brockton, their mother Jean of Norton, and Matt,
Emily, and Connor of Kingston. Lastly, eight great nieces and nephews.
For those of you who knew Steve, know he loved to talk! From a young age he always enjoyed
the company of others; old friends and new faces both brought a smile to his face. Whether he
was giving one of his many compliments, telling a story, or inquiring about something new, he
was always able to capture the attention of his audience.
When he was not working, Steve was most often found at one of his children’s games or
workplace, watching NASCAR with his brothers, visiting family members, enjoying Chinese
food, or puttering around the yard. These things truly all brought joy to him.
A wake will be held at Bartlett Funeral Home in Plymouth on October 4th, 4-6pm followed by a
funeral mass on October 5th at 10am at St. Bonaventure’s Parish in Manomet (Plymouth).
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Cancer Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital
Obituary written by the loving family of Steven Finn