|Birth: ||Oct. 8, 1939|
|Death: ||Sep. 24, 2000|
Mr. Darwin G. Finch, age 6o, of Glenwood, died early Sunday morning. Sept. 24, at his residence after a brief illness.Mr. Finch was a native of Montgomery County and had lived in Glenwood since 1994. He was a truck driver and attended the Holton Chapel Christian Advent Church. Darwin was preceded in death by his father, Albert Finch and a brother, Wayne Finch.Darwin is survived by his wife, Charlie R. Finch of Glenwood; one son, Darwin "Pee Wee" Finch, Jr. of Mt. Vernon; two step-sons, Corey and Tyler Adams both of Glenwood; his mother, Lucille King Finch of Petross: one sister, Sandra Jean Finch of Petross; one brother, George D. Finch of Macon; two daughters-in-law, Lana Finch of Mt Vernon and Leann Adams of Glenwood; four grandchildren, April F. Hodge of Eastman, D.J., Kelly, and Dara Finch all of Mt. Vernon.Funeral services for Mr. Darwin G. Finch were conducted Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 26, at 3:00 from the Ronnie L. Stewart Family Funeral Service, Glenwood chapel with Rev. Morris Brantley and Mark Padgett officiating. Interment followed in the Mt. Vernon Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers were, D. J. Finch, Windsor Johnson, Billy Cartwright, Clarance Sanders, Dr. Jai Bhimani and Raynond Hartley. Ronnie L. Stewart Family Funeral Service, Glenwood chapel was in charge of funeral arrangements.As printed in the Wheeler County Eagle, September 27, 2000.
Darwin was a friend of the family for many years. He was always happy, always ready to greet his friends and family, and get on with life. He loved his family with a passion, and treated his step-children as his own. We miss him dearly. There will never be another Darwin. I wrote this poem for him and his family.
It's said the most beautiful things in life are free,
That's what my mother said to me,
Such glorious words I couldn't believe,
Could beautiful things really be free?
Not in my life, I thought to myself,
Just put that idea on the very top shelf,
You only get things with hard work and long labor,
Don't look for anything or anyone to do you a favor.
But then I saw the birds, clouds, and bees,
Look at the flowers, the animals, and trees,
There are mountains, valleys, lakes, and streams,
Wheat fields, pine boughs, and starlight that gleams.
My child's face, so sweet and so small,
My parent's laughter down the hall,
My husband's smile for no reason,
God's beauty shows in every season.
So the most beautiful things in life are free,
And they are the ones most special to me,
Given without cost or labor,
And no one ever asks for a favor.
Written by Mary Tootle
July 25, 2006
James Albert Finch (1913 - 1981)
Lucile K. Finch (1919 - 2009)
Hazel Jerlean West Finch (1942 - 1991)
Wayne T. Finch (1937 - 1975)*
Darwin G. Finch (1939 - 2000)
Mount Vernon Cemetery
Maintained by: CHERYL FITCH
Originally Created by: Mary T.~AKA ~poe~
Record added: Jul 25, 2006
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