In Memory of

Stuart Finlay



A Family service will be held at a later date.

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With family by his side at this home in Tottenham, on Saturday March 20, 2021. Stuart Finlay in his 79th year, beloved husband of Betty. Loving father of Leslie, Heather and Rob, Lorraine and Rob Raymond. Remembered with love by his granddaughters Michaela and Megan. Dear brother of Hazel and Stewart in England.
A Family service will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Rod Abrams Funeral Home Tottenham. Online condolences for the family may be left at

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Memorial Tribute

“Stuart Finlay”
  1. Heather Finlay wrote:

    You are my rock dad but now your my guardian angel.missing you so much going to miss your laughter your smiles and now your phone calls RIP my dad

  2. Diane and John wrote:

    our sympathy Heather to you and your family. He sure will be missed

  3. Linda Jones wrote:

    Dear Auntie Betty and cousins Leslie -Ann, Heather, Lorraine & all the family.

    Such sad news to hear about my Uncle Stuart. We are so far way in the UK but our thoughts are with you all and sending lots of love and my mum for the loss of her brother which she shares such found memories when they were young.

    Hold on to all those wonderful memories you all had knowing that peace has come.

    Sending love
    Linda, Edward & Emily xxx❤️

  4. Terri and Brian bell wrote:

    Sending prayers to the family for comfort. Stu will be so remembered by the dance groups and our annual corn roast we personall host as such a positive upbeat person with a joke for everyone. I personally loved out Walmart shopping cart collisions we frequent as liz the innoucencent bystander saw nothing..thankyou stu for always making me smile and the memories will continue to do the same.

  5. Lorraine Raymond wrote:

    Miss you and love you always wish you were still here I’ll never forget you. You will always be part of my life love you dad

  6. Jeff & Heather wrote:

    So sorry to hear the news. Stu was such a happy presence at Loretto, mom and I have fond memories of him dancing circles around us, always with a smile. Sending our deepest condolences xx take care.

  7. Hazel wrote:

    My brother Stuart, although we lived so far apart and didn’t talk too often you were never far from my mind and now l only have memories of you which l will hold in my heart for ever. Fly high with your Angels Stuart. You are with our Mum and Dad now.Till we meet again. RIP.

  8. Patty and Terry Breedon wrote:

    Betty and family we are so sad to hear of Stuarts passing. We have many good memories of Stuart when we liver on Adeline. Keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers

  9. Bowdery Family wrote:

    Our prayers are with the family… our condolences to you all. Big hugs

  10. Bowdery Family wrote:

    Condolences to you and your family. Our prayers are with you all.

  11. Leslie-Ann wrote:

    You are still here with me dad. I feel it. I love you with all my heart.
    Now, in your words at the end of every call and visit, bugger off. 🙂 see you soon

  12. Allan & Lynda Benner wrote:

    With kindest regards to Betty and family. Stuart’s laughter will certainly be missed.

  13. Becky, Tom, Liam, & Duncan wrote:

    Our condolences to the family! Stuart has always been a wonderful neighbor and friend!
    He always had something funny to say to make us laugh! He will be greatly missed!

  14. Myrtle wrote:

    Betty and family, we are so sorry to hear of Stuart’s passing ,our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at such a difficult time.myrtle and Cyril

  15. Myrtle wrote:

    Betty and family,
    We are so sorry to hear of Stuart’s passing, you’re are in our thoughts and prayers at such a difficult time

  16. michaela wrote:

    It seems unreal that you are gone…. You will be deeply missed. I will love you forever and I will always remember you. You always made me smile and laugh. I love every moment I had with you. You lit up the entire room. I grew up with you always making people laugh. You’re the best popa anyone couldn’t ever ask for. I love you so so much. I hope to see you soon. RIP popa.

  17. Shirley & Ken Thimson wrote:

    Rest In Peace Stu. You will be greatly missed by your line dance family. We will all miss your smiles. Prayers of comfort for Liz & family.

  18. Bryan and Millicent wrote:

    To a great friend who will be sadly missed. His character was strong.
    Now he can rest.
    Special thoughts to
    Liz and family

  19. Phil & Pauline Apperly wrote:

    Condolences to the Finlay family. Thanks and happy memories from your former colleagues on the Tottenham Santa Train.

  20. Jane Shreeve wrote:

    Good-bye Stu. I thank you for the smiles you shared, your enjoyment for line dancing and friends – all will be missed. Condolences and hugs to Liz and family.

  21. Mark Whitrod wrote:

    Stuart – The best father-in-law I could have wished for. Always there for his family and always ready with a smile.You will be missed. RIP Big fella. Hugs to Elizabeth.

  22. Jerry and Danielle wrote:

    Dear Liz, Heather Leslie and Lorraine, thoughts and prayers are with you for the loss of Stu… He was a kind soul, always had that look in his eyes that made you wonder what he was up too.. We always knew that somewhere around the corner he would have a trick up his sleeve to make you jump. He will be missed by many, May the memories warm your hearts and give you strenght and courage… He made us smile and added to the magic of Christmas for the young and old … Our condolence to you and your family… Big hug Liz and hope we see each other soon.

  23. Jan Sattler wrote:

    So sorry to hear this. My heartfelt condolences to the family. Stu would always greet me with a teasing comment yet the twinkle in his eyes gave him away moments before the smile and hug. He will be missed by many.

  24. sarah COLE wrote:

    so sorry for your loss Stu was a great person and shared his bubbly personality to all I CAN REMEMBER SOME GOOD TIMES WITH lIONS CLUB Memories help and I’m sure you and your family Betty have many great memories RIP

  25. Ed and Susan Patton wrote:

    Dear Liz and Family, Condolences on your loss…Stu was loved by all, with that twinkle in his eye and big smile for everyone…he was always so happy. Here’s a big hug for you Liz.

  26. Megan Finlay wrote:

    Rest In Peace Grandpa. You will always be here with me. I hope you know how special you are and how loved you are. It will never be the same without you. Thank you for being the most amazing and funny grandfather I could have asked for.
    I love you to the moon and back.

  27. Diana, Bruno, Micael, Luka wrote:

    Dear Liz and family so sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family through this difficult time please accept our deepest condolences on behalf of our family.The 5yrs that we known stuart there was not a day he didn’t make us laugh he will be truly missed. May he rest in peace.

  28. Rob Raymond wrote:

    Rest in peace Stu. You were an amazing man and father law . I had you in my life longer then my dad. I loved respected and are grateful you let me into your family for past 27 yrs. I could only wish to be a man like you. I’ll miss you everyday, your in my heart and soul . You’ll live on in our memories and in our hearts love you dad much respect. Rest now I’ll see you on the otherside.

  29. Bob & Pat Jackson wrote:

    Betty & Family
    Our sincere condolences.
    We were reminiscing about the Lions Club in our early days in Tottenham.
    Stuart (Stu) was one of the lads.
    Cherish your memories.

  30. Natalie Copp wrote:

    To the Findlay Girls-So sorry to hear of the passing of your Father, my thoughts and prayers are with you and all your family. Cherish your memories.

  31. Anne Golden wrote:

    My sincere condolences to you and your family. Stu will truly be missed. Hold your memories close.

  32. Elaine & Pius Pittman wrote:

    To the Finlay Family
    We were so sorry to hear of Stuart’s passing. Our deepest sympathy goes out to all of you. Whenever we met we were always guaranteed a good laugh. RIP Stu. You will be missed.

  33. Elaine & Pius Pittman wrote:

    We extend our deepest sympathy to the Finlay family. So sorry to hear of Stu’s passing. No matter where we met we were always guaranteed a good laugh. RIP Stu. You will be missed.

  34. Andy stewart wrote:

    Sorry to hear this sad news stu always kept us going at Lorreto. he will be missed. Stay strong Elizabeth and family Andy Stewart

  35. Marie McNally wrote:

    I’m so sorry to hear this very sad news.
    I have many good memories of being at loretto tavern with Stu and Liz and so many others.
    Always a good time. Larger than life personality and a quick wit.
    Stu will be missed.

  36. George & Ruth Stamper wrote:

    Betty & family: We are sorry to hear of your loss. In going down memory road I will always remember working with Stu on Lion activities & projects. Stu was always considered a worker with a good sense of humour. Please accept our condolences.

  37. Susan Simmons wrote:

    Honoured to love my Uncle Stuart a true Man among Men!
    With reverence, devotion and humour he brough joy to his Elizabeth and cousins Leslie-Ann, Heather and Lorraine and grandchildren Megan and Michaela. I will always remember his elaborate Christmas train display brought so much fun to All his nieces and nephews
    With huge Love and Respect
    I Will hear your belly laugh in my heart forevermore
    Godspeed Sir we love you so!

  38. Gerald & Margaret Osborne wrote:

    A true friend who will be missed by all. Thank you for the many happy memories over the many years.
    RIP Stu.

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