Matthew Lamont Finger


Matthew Lamont Finger, age 32 of Dickinson, Texas, passed away at his home on October 7th, 2021.

Matthew was born in Houston, Texas to Fred and Lynn Finger currently of League City, Texas on February 1, 1989. They lived in Angleton at the time of his birth.

Matthew is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Fred L. and Hermina “Minnie” (Carmona) Finger; maternal grandparents Rudolph E. and Wilda J. (Vander Meulen) Sennhenn; and sister Judith Hernandez.

Matthew is survived by his loving wife of 10 years, Kristen Finger; daughter Destiny and son Gabriel; parents Fred L. and Lynn M. Finger; sisters Victoria Brown and husband Justin, Janice Spiers and husband Tim, and brother Perry Finger, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

From a young age, Matthew attended and served as an acolyte at St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church.  He was a 3rd-degree black belt in Taekwondo and 1st-degree black belt in Hapkido and competed in the Junior Olympics. He enjoyed sailing with his dad and playing video games with his mom. As he grew older, Matthew enjoyed music, fishing, and camping with family and friends on the Trinity River. He held the position of supervisor, working on commercial properties for Liberty Builders. Matthew will be remembered for his patient and humble spirit, kind heart, and sarcastic smile.

In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Matthew Finger GoFundMe -Facebook page.

There was a private service held on October 9, 2021 at Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2021 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm at 1001 E League City Pkwy League City, Tx 77573.


  1. To my Dear Daughter and Grandchildren,
    You all are in my thoughts & prayers every step of the way.
    From your Mom & MawMaw.
    Its hard to understand, “Why”, people that we love are taken from us. So my heart is broken due to the loss of a Wonderful Husband and Dad. Our Son-in-Law or Brother-in-Law will miss him dearly, along with his family and friends. But, we will think of him often from time to time. Since, I cannot take your pain away, seek comfort in the Lord and in the love of friends and family. Hold on tight to your “Memories” and don’t let them fade, for they will guide you during this time of sadness.
    With Our Deepest Condolences,
    Love Your Mom & Dad

    Lynn Oliver
  2. “I am so sad to hear of the loss of our dear Brother in Christ, Matthew. I was a young priest in Davenport when his family attended Trinity Cathedral. Matt was fun and friendly to all.. He was at home when his mother Lynn nearly lost her life and without his intervention she may not have survived. He was life-giving, cherished his kids whom I was kept up to date about. Precious Lord take his hand and hold him in your loving arms as we wish we could. Father Peter Sickels”

    Peter Sickels
  3. My heart breaks because I didn’t know. I wish I had the chance to say goodbye or even hi again. You will be missed by many. You definitely had a sarcastic smile, but your heart was gold and you cared so much, and that was why I liked you as a friend. One time I dyed my hair brown and you said it looked like the cinnamon topping we used at work. I will never forget how funny you were. Thank you for being my friend, Matt. Rest in peace.


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