In Loving Memory

Harold "Cotton" Finke

Harold "Cotton" Finke
October 20, 1940
January 6, 2021
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Cotton’s Family:

Our Condolences on the loss of sweet Cotton. May you cherish his precious memories forever. He was a sweet & kind person. I know a lot of people that will miss him dearly. May his soul Rest In Peace.

With Deepest Sympathy,
Betty Krolczyk
Hunter Krolczyk & Madalyn Krueger
Betty Krolczyk
1/11/2021
Chappell Hill, TX
Pattie and I want to express our sorrow for the loss of your beloved Cotton. I started delivering the "Banana Press" to him at his "Service Station" starting in 1964. I knew Cotton as an honest and gentle man who showed that being a man of integrity is what makes a person of genuine worth, meriting respect. Cotton was not hypocritical and he sincerely loved his fellowmen. Our heavenly Father, Jehovah, in His word the Bible sets forth the hope of a resurrection and also the basis for this hope. (Job 14:14,15) May you draw comfort from God's sure promise about the resurrection. Respectfully, Jimmy and Pattie Smith
Jimmy Smith
1/9/2021
Fredericksburg, TX
I am so sorry to learn of Cotton's passing. I have known Cotton for over sixty years. He never changed. He was always friendly, kind, trustworthy. and totally honest. I never heard one bad word about Cotton. That is a wonderful legacy. He is in God's house now.
Ralph Holle
1/9/2021
Jersey Village, TX
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.
Tommy and Carol Roehling
1/9/2021
Burton, TX
We are so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Chris and Shellie Supak
1/8/2021
Brenham, TX
We are so sorry to hear that Cotton couldn't overcome his recent illness. We have missed his delivery of the Banner and his occasional stop for a brief visit. Our sympathy goes out to all of you. We know that he is safe with his Lord and Savior.
Otto and Christine Janner
1/8/2021
Brenham, TX
Prayers for the family. Cotton was a person if you met him only once you would remember him. He was a genuine and kind soul that this world needs more of.
Troy and Julie Weidemann
1/8/2021
Brenham, TX
Roger and I extend our sincere sympathy to all of you as you mourn the loss of Cotton. He was a fixture of Brenham...known by all for his kindness and helpfulness. Our last daily encounter with Cotton was as our loyal and dependable Banner Press carrier...we've missed him and know you will too. May it comfort you to know we care, and keep you in prayer.
Mary Lou and Roger
Mary Lou and Roger Winkelmann
1/8/2021
Brenham, TX
So so sorry for your loss, prayers for the family at this very difficult time.
Billy Jo & Amy Jasinski
1/8/2021
Burton, TX
Kim and Family-
Sincere condolences for your loss. Cotton was a dear sweet man. I have memories of him since I was a child. Over all the years he still remembered me when I would see him. He will be missed by all.
Prayers of comfort to you all.
Judy Kapchinski
1/8/2021
Brenham, TX
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