Sandra Finnegan (002)

Sandra Jean Finnegan

January 2, 1937 - March 30, 2021

Sandra Jean Finnegan, age 84, of Dallas, Texas, passed away March 30, 2021.  Sandra was born January 2, 1937, in Burlington, Iowa, to Zachary Taylor and Jeanette Jean (Trump) Kuster.  She married Michael R. Finnegan on May 2, 1959, in Davenport, Iowa.

She is survived by her children, Kathleen Bethay and husband, Brett of Madisonville, Louisiana, Christine Finnegan of McKinney, Texas, Damon Finnegan of Dallas, Texas, Michael Finnegan, II and wife, Melanie of Frisco, Texas, and Suzanna Finnegan Guyton, husband Jon of Austin, Texas; grandchildren, Tristan Broadway, Kaitlin Bethay, Keegan Broadway, Sarah Riley Finnegan, Patrick Finnegan, Aubrey Bethay, Emma Finnegan, Juliet Guyton, and Henry Guyton; sisters, Mary Levins, Karen Eickmann and husband, Larry, Jan Hennefent and husband, Frank, and Deborah Eastburn; brothers, Dwight Kuster and wife, Gerry, Tommy Kuster and wife, Jeannie, and Dennis Kuster and wife, Joyce; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Michael Finnegan, son, Kieron Patrick Finnegan, and brothers, Dean Kuster and Doren Kuster.

A Private Memorial Mass will be held at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, 8000 Eldorado Pkwy., Frisco, Texas, 75033.

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The Lord apparently could wait no longer. Although he was astonishingly pleased with the work you had performed in his earthly kingdom he no doubt knew of the plans for a continuation of his work in his heavenly kingdom. We will cherish the wonderful times we spent together as the class of 1955.
Larry Carter, April 16, 2021 To my dear sister Sandy. I miss you, and I will for the rest of my life. Give our love to our Mother. Karen Eickmann, April 13, 2021 I love you mother; life at the moment seems colorless without you in it. It's going to be a process to live in this world without you. Christine Christine Finnegan, April 7, 2021 Not the same...for the first time in a long tim you didn't call me first thing on the morning on 4/4 and wish me a happy b-day...away in high school and college you made sure an ice cream cake was delivered to my dorm for me and classmates to enjoy...I missed that yesterday; I miss everything about you. Michael 2, April 5, 2021 Thank you for being my loving mother. I am so grateful my babies felt your tender love. I will carry your love and your love for family everyday. You taught me how to mother
Suzanna Finnegan Guyton, April 5, 2021
Our sincere condolences. Stephen and Jacquelyn Evans, April 4, 2021 Your memories will always stay with us Sandy ! R.I.P. sweet sister-in-law !
Sherry Kuster, April 4, 2021 We are so sorry for your loss and we are praying for you all. Love you all! David and Carol David and Carol Levins , April 4, 2021 My favorite Aunt Tim Levins, April 3, 2021 I am very sorry to hear of this loss. Both of your parents were very good to me personally. Laird Thompson, April 2, 2021 Our special memories of you will never fade. Rest in peace, dear Aunt Sandy. 
Tim and Tammy Levins, April 2, 2021 I love you so much, Aunt San. Beth Kuster, April 1, 2021