I learned a lot from Mike about Scouting and I still use it every day at my job. Michael Charles Finnegan unexpectedly passed away on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 in Austin, Texas at the age of 35. Elmo Michael “Mike” Finnigan was born June 26, 1946, to Elmo E. and Agnes Finnigan in Oklahoma City. All rights reserved. Interment Good Shepherd Cemetery. Cathie , So sorry to hear of your loss. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. My heart goes out to you during this difficult time. You will be missed by many. And, we’ll carefully guide you through the many decisions that must be made during this challenging time, whether a burial or cremation is preferred. Share Michael's life story with friends and family. May God comfort your broken hearts. Michael was the loving father of Michelle Watson & her husband Ian of Taunton and Ashley Finnigan & her fiance Victor Malave of Riblake, Wisconsin; devoted brother of Christopher Finnigan of New Jersey, Kenneth Bettencourt of Middleborough, Mary White of Bridgewater and the late Michelle Finnigan, John Francis Bettencourt and Karon Bettencourt. My God Bless you & hold you in His hands through out the days ahead… May the care & love of those around you provide comfort & peace… My most sincere & heartfelt condolences to you and your family. A wonderful friend, family man, husband, dad, hard worker, fisherman and great leader in every way. Adored uncle of 21. I just wanted to let you know that John I and my thoughts and prayers are with you. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We are so very sorry fro your loss. We are both shocked and saddened by Mikes passing. https://ashleydrolettefuneralhome.com/.../Michael-Finnigan/obituary.html Bob and I have Mike and all of the Finnegan family in our prayers. Thoughts and prayers to you and your entire family. We are so sorry and will keep you in our hearts and in our prayers. In Lieu of Flowers, Donations to Solstice Recovery Foundation, 100 Canyon Road, Wimberley, Texas 78676, www.solsticerecovery.com : (512) 536-0932 would be greatly appreciated. Such a sincere, friendly person. It seemed like just yesterday that we purchased the first house that Mike built in Erin Hills (1988). You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Member of IUOE Local #399. Just know that i’m sending hugs your way. I know it has to be difficult. I am sorry for your loss, Pat. I have fond memories of playing with the Finnegan family on Nagle Ave. Mike was always a great role model and scout leader. So sorry for your loss, praying for Mike and the family, ! They now embark on their journey of grief. Be strong.