Renée M. Pierce Finch

Renée M. Pierce Finch

November 22, 1944 ‐ July 20, 2018
Renée M. Pierce Finch
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio Resided In: Strongsville, Ohio Visitation: July 27, 2018 Service: July 28, 2018 Cemetery: Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery

Renée M. Pierce Finch, age 73, passed away on July 20th. Beloved wife of Bruce A. Finch for 24 years. Loving mother of the late Ethan Scott Conrad. Step mother of Lisa Gopp (Perry) and Bill Finch (dec.) and step grandmother of Ryan and Amanda Gopp. Sister of Chuck Pierce (Sandy). Loving daughter of the late Norbert and Esther Pierce. Renée was an English Teacher at Strongsville High School for 10 years and English Instructor at Cuyahoga Community College Parma Campus for 20 years. She enjoyed going on bike rides through the Metro Parks and Cleveland Indians games. She was also a charter member of Advent Episcopal Church. Memorial service to be held Saturday, July 28 at 11 am at Advent Episcopal Church, 3760 Dover Center Road, Westlake. Family and friends will be received from 5-8 pm on Friday at Jenkins Funeral Chapel, 2914 Dover Center Road, Westlake.


Guest Comments

Arthur Madsen
Painesville, OH

I am so sorry for your loss, Bruce.
I remember that your wife had been in poor health for a number of years.
May she now rest in peace with the Lord and may you find peace for yourself after this ordeal.

Ann Bottomy
Asheville NC

My memories of Bunnie stem from a shared childhood on Astor Avenue in Cleveland and then in Westlake. Though we lost touch in later years I remember her fondly. Was so happy to see that you, Bruce, and Bunnie were married. I know you shared many happy memories.

Richard aka "Dick" Herthneck
Greenville S C

I am grateful that I had a chance to see and talk to Bunnie at a WHS reunion. My thoughts and prayers are with you Bruce and the family. Bunnie, I am also grateful for all the times you let me copy your homework. Bless you. Richard

Donna (Slater) Kidd
Aurora, Ohio

To a long time but recently reconnected friend, thank you for the memories of our early years. Rest in peace.

Daille Geist Pettit
Penn Laird, VA

I always liked Renee a lot and am sorry that we didn't spend more time with each other -- mostly because of our physical distance. I was always grateful to her for she was the first person who was really friendly to me when I transferred to Westlake High School.

Carol Hemp Mills
La Jolla, CA

Remembering and reflecting on the many happy and sweet times we shared..and your mother as our Girl Scout leader....and always your brother, Thumper, around for extra fun. I loved coming to your peaceful home...with the woods all around.

Our hearts are always on earth in the heavens above Carol

Lucy. morgan

Renee was a friend for many years. She endured a lot of hardship in her life but was-ably supported by her loving husband Bruce. Rest In Peace Renee.

.....God himself will be with (her) and be (her) God. He will wipe every tear from (her) eye. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away. Revelation 21 vs. 3 and 4

Deborah Basiewicz
Westlake Ohio

To the lovely lady with the angel hair and beautiful smile. I will fondly remember the times we shared together. Rest in peace dear friend.