Jack Lee Fincher

Jack Lee Fincher
Jack Lee Fincher

Jack Lee Fincher, 71, loving partner, father, grandfather and friend got his wings on November 4, 2021.

He was born to Muriel and Bernice Fincher on October 18, 1950, in Amarillo, Texas.  He was the third child born, baby of the family.

After graduating from Hart High School, he married Mary Beth Chandler and had three children together, a son, Jeff and two daughters Jaime and Jill.

He met his soulmate Gary Smith and they were together for 42 years.

Jack enjoyed his family and friends.   He was an avid collector of Barbie dolls.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Muriel and his father, Bernice Fincher, a brother, Dale Fincher; and his only son, Jeff Fincher.

Jack is survived by his life partner, Gary Smith; daughter, Jaime Moody and husband Kyle Moody of Texarkana, TX; daughter, Jill Walley of Amarillo; TX; a brother, Kenneth Fincher of Canyon, TX; and his three grandchildren, Paige, Sam, and Jack Moody, all of Texarkana, TX.

Memorial services will be at 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at Metropolitan Community Church, 2121 S. Polk, Amarillo, Texas.

 

6 Replies to “Jack Lee Fincher”

  1. My condolences to the family, (Gary). I am sorry to hear of this loss. I haven’t seen or talked to either of you in many years (C. Allen family). I was always a fan of Jack & Gary. We always had a wonderful time together, laughing, eating or just hanging out. You were true friends to the Allen family. R.I.P Jack, you will be missed by many people. God Bless the family.

  2. Thoughts and prayers for all the family.
    Jack was my 2nd cousin. Although I never met him in person, I loved him.

  3. What a great friend you were. I’ll always treasure the memories. Your kindness was tremendous. My prayers for the family.

  4. Well, lil’ brother you will be missed. Through the good times and bad times I never stopped loving you! Take care of mom, dad, Dale, Jeff, Todd and all the rest of the family. It won’t be long ’til I see you all again. Your loving brother, Kenneth

  5. God bless you Jack. I miss you already. I always enjoyed the stories and jokes you told me especially when I was down. . I loved your energy and faith in God. Thank you for our children. Love you..Mary

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