Truman Fincher

truman fincher

September 28, 1939 ~ November 8, 2023

Born in: Rowena, Georgia
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Dr G. Truman Fincher PH.D., passed away peacefully on November 8, 2023 at St. Joseph Manor in Bryan, Texas. Dr. Fincher retired as a Veterinary Research Entomologist with the USDA Research Station in College Station, Texas.
Truman is survived by his wife, Nancy. Sons David Fincher, Clay Fincher (Linda), Brian Fincher (Emily), all of Georgia. Scott Brown (Jacky) of Austin. Grandchildren Brandon (Shelby), and Brooke, Matthew all of Georgia. Sister Linda Cotton (Tommy), of South Carolina.
Truman was preceded in death by his parents, George and Ethel Fincher. Brothers Charlie, Talmadge (Barbara), Gerald. Sister Laura (Albert) Wiley.
A Memorial Service will be held in Arlington, Georgia.
Thank you to St. Joseph Manor and Traditions Hospice for the wonderful care he received.

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  1. Truman was a great man and amazing stepfather. He will be missed by the entire family and everyone that had the privilege of knowing him. I will never forget him teaching me to drive, fish, hunt (even though I usually scared all the deer), swing a bat like Dale Murphy, and all the other lessons a father teaches a son.

  2. Nancy …. So many Great childhood Memories with Truman & the rest of the Gang. He Lived a GREAT life & was a good friend to everyone!! The friendship he and my daddy shared was so special … I know he’s got the best seat in the house & he and momma are probably still catching up!!! I’m here for you & Love you Dearly Punkin

  3. Nancy,
    I’m so very sorry. Benny and I only saw him twice at our classmate dinners. He was always very kind and a gentleman. May God comfort you. Love you. Bev Benn

  4. Truman was a great friend and mentor for Jim. They had many fun bug hunting and collecting times together. He will be missed. Our thoughts are with the family

  5. I’m sorry for your loss. I am so lucky that I had the opportunity to have met Truman, he was a good man. Wishing you peace, comfort, and lots of love at this time of sorrow. Love you.

  6. Nancy, Clay and Linda, I want to say thank you for the wonderful care you all gave Truman while he endured this terrible disease for all these years. I really appreciate all that you did for him. Truman was the best brother. He was very intelligent and I admired him so very much. We will all miss him but he will not suffer any longer and for that, I am grateful. This Dementia is a horrendous disease. it takes away the mental capacities and even a person’s dignity. I hope and pray that we will soon have a drug or a treatment of some sort that will eradicate this awful disease so that no one else will have to go through it or have to watch a loved one, a friend or a family member suffer with it. Nancy, Clay and Linda, David, Brian and Emily, Brandon and Shelby, Brooke, Matthew and Scott and Jacky, Tommy and I send you all much love and many prayers. We love you all.

  7. Nancy—Uncle Truman was a great man and was so loved by us all. My mama loved her brother and always had him for Sunday dinner when he was down in Arlington. We all enjoyed him coming over and and relaxing. He was a very intelligent man. Watching him collect all those bugs were amazing. I just wished we could have seen each other one more time. My thoughts and prayers to you and the family. We love you. ❤️❤️


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