Kenneth Eugene Finch
January 14, 1943 – February 21, 2022
Kenneth Eugene Finch of Omaha, Nebraska, born on January 14, 1943 in Des Moines, Iowa, passed away on February 21, 2022 in Mesa, Arizona. He was preceded in death by his parents, Kenneth and June; brothers, Phill and Tony; and stepdaughter, Sara Kozeny. He is survived by his wife, Judy; sister-in-law, Karen Finch; stepson, David Potach; daughter-in-law, Sunni Potach; and grandchildren: Michael Potach, Allison Potach, Molly Potach, Jonah Potach, Brooklyn Potach, and Joseph Kozeny.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: Friday, March 4th at 11am at the West Center Chapel.
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Ken was born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1943 and raised in Nebraska, graduating from Elkhorn High School. Upon graduating, he pursued a career as an accountant in the Denver, Colorado-area. He returned to Omaha and married Judy Potach (Janssen). Ken and Judy moved to Elko, Nevada shortly thereafter where he continued his accounting career at Barrick Goldstrike Mine. Ken and Judy retired to Omaha where he enjoyed golfing, following the Denver Broncos, traveling with Judy, and spending time with his family, including his six grandchildren.
Ken was a loyal, selfless person who was truly loved by his family. Though happy for their many fond memories, they will miss him, his humor, and supportive nature a great deal.
Unlce Ken, I am still having a hard time believing this. Growing up, I remember every time you came to town and every time we went to Denver to see you. Your sense of humor, so like dad’s and yet not. There was never a time you didn’t have a warm smile and a loving hug for me. A life time of memories. I’m sure dad was there to greet you. What a reunion for the whole family. So many fond memories, I can’t even begin a list. I love you and will forever miss you. Hug my dad extra tight.
Please accept our condolences on your loss. Ken’s obituary shows a man devoted to family with an optimism expressed through a love of travel.
Please accept our condolences. Ken lived and had the love of a wonderful family.