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Brad Damon Fincher 1974 - 2012

Brad Damon Fincher

This Guest Book has been kept online by Chad Fincher - brother.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
I remember when Brad gave me these two little Stork Pins on my birthday, June 15, 2012. They were for the 2 babies he got to deliver as a firefighter. One baby girl and one baby boy! He told me that those were the two most happy and wonderous times of his life....getting to bring two more lives into this world. I held those two pins and cried...on HIS birthday this past year: January 18, 2014. He would have turned 40 years old! I love and miss you so much my son! I know too that those two moms will always remember you every time they look at their precious children!
Monday, December 02, 2013
Brad, I remember nine years ago, after I lost my husband to cancer, your concern that I would not spend the holidays alone. You wanted to make sure that I was not going to be alone. I think of you and your bright spirit every day. I know that you are looking down on all your friends and family and making sure we are okay.
Saturday, November 30, 2013
All day on Thanksgiving, I thought of my son Brad and how, even though he often had to work at the fire house, he truly adored Thanksgiving and Christmas! He loved to watch "Planes, Trains, & Automobiles" with us and really adored the movie "Christmas Story" too! The best for Brad though, was, not only the initial pigging out on turkey, gravy, stuffing, and mashed potatoes....along with our shared adoration for good ol' Ocean Spray jellied Cranberry Sauce...but oh...how he loved those left-overs! Brad was known to get up in the middle of the night, just so he could nosh on maybe a turkey leg, and his favorite: the mashed potatoes! I miss you, my Son, so much! Just wish you were here for me to hug you again! Until I get to hug you in Heaven, know that we all love you so much! Mom
Friday, November 29, 2013
I tried to find Brad recently. We lost touch after I got married and moved to Kodiak Alaska. Brad was my biggest motivator for following through with becoming a firefighter. He invited me on ride alongs at his station around 12 years ago. We worked out together constantly at the gym where I was a personal trainer. I would put together nutrition and workout programs for him. Lots of lunches and dinners, he felt like another brother of mine. He would talk about calls he went on, relationships that he had, family that he spent time with. And his stories always made me laugh. I always thought when I came back to Roseville we would catch up. Anytime I saw him it was like I had just talked to him the day before. He was truly an amazing person. I still have a housewarming gift that he bought me. It has survived through Coast Guard transfers, kids and pets. I was sick and I had a fever. Brad came over to check on me. I expected soup. He made me get dressed and dragged me to PF Changs. and ordered me dinner and a dirty martini. I still swear the martinis cleared up my flu! He bought me a cocktail shaker in case I ever got the flu again. I love you and will never forget the impact you had on my life.
Friday, May 24, 2013
I read the message your brother Chad left last night when we got home from vacation and I just started crying all over again because all we did was talk about the beautiful scenery we saw and all the majestic creations from God in places like the Grand Canyon and the rock formations that we know you would so have loved to have seen! Last June you and I talked about these kinds of places and I was so excited when you were going to come out to stay with us so that we could have shown you some of these fabulous sites....but sadly, that was never to be. I am only hoping that you are watching down on us and that you can't wait to share with us how much MORE beautiful Heaven is my Son! I miss you so much! I keep trying to tell myself that one day this awful pain and tears I shed each day will get better....but I know that they won't until I get to see you in Heaven again!
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