Elizabeth Finger Obituary
 
In Memory of

Elizabeth L Finger

August 28, 1929 - December 12, 2011
Obituary

"Accomplished, talented, a loving, kind and gracious woman" best describes Elizabeth who was born in Seattle, August 28, 1929; where her love of shared beauty, nature and the arts directed the life of this creative and inspired soul… As a young adult Elizabeth moved to Milwaukee in the pursuit of a higher education… Earning a "Bachelor" and "Masters" degree in "Fine Arts" as a senior student at UWM in Milwaukee, all while raising a family. Pastels and portraiture were her choices for a host of exhibitions within Wisconsin. Sometime in the late 1950's she met and married her artist husband, Otto, and with luck and love started a...
"Accomplished, talented, a loving, kind and gracious woman" best describes Elizabeth who was born in Seattle, August 28, 1929; where her love of shared beauty, nature and the arts directed the life of this creative and inspired soul…
As a young adult Elizabeth moved to Milwaukee in the pursuit of a higher education… Earning a "Bachelor" and "Masters" degree in "Fine Arts" as a senior student at UWM in Milwaukee, all while raising a family. Pastels and portraiture were her choices for a host of exhibitions within Wisconsin.
Sometime in the late 1950's she met and married her artist husband, Otto, and with luck and love started a beautiful family. Raising to adulthood the life of Beth A. Finger, Thad J. Finger and Amy Arredondo into three very talented, gifted, responsible fellow human beings and good citizens with productive lives touching the souls and spirits of all fortunate to know them.
Elizabeth was also the proud grandmother of Laura Arredondo (Halseth) and David Arredondo.
Private family services will be held at Ballhorn Chapels.

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