Kevin D. Finnegan Print E-mail

Kevin D. Finnegan


Loving son, husband, nephew, cousin and friend;


Kevin D. Finnegan, 39, of Wakefield, MA but formerly of Westford, MA, passed awayTuesday March 3, 2020 in Wakefield.


He was born in Newton, Massachusetts, June 25, 1980, the beloved son of Kevin F. Finnegan and MaryAnn (Dziczek) (Finnegan) Johnston.


Kevin attended Westford schools and was a graduate of Westford Academy. He went on to graduate from U/Mass Amherst with a Bachelor Science Degree in Economics.


Kevin was employed for over ten years for Oracle Inc., in Burlington, where he worked as a Senior Sales Manager.


Kevin will be remembered for his quick smile, his wonderful sense of humor, his generosity, his bright and inquisitive mind, his fierce loyalty to his friends and fellow employees and most of all his enduring love and affection for his family. He Loved to travel, including many trips to Germany to visit family.


Kevin is survived by his father Kevin F. Finnegan, Esq. and his wife Margaret Reilly, Esq. of Charlestown, his mother MaryAnn (Dziczek) (Finnegan) Johnston of Plymouth, his wife Lena "Helene" (Hildebrandt) Finnegan of Wakefield; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Celebration of Life Services were already held for Kevin and his family. E-condolences may be given at www.odonnellfuneralhome.com. Those wishing may make contributions in his memory to Lowell Transitional Center/Middlesex Shelter 193 Middlesex St., Lowell, MA 01852. Arrangements by the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME – LOWELL (978) 458-8768.  


Condolences (6)
  • Bonnie Lee Kendrigan  - Your are in my heart.
    Dear MaryAnn,. I extend to you my sorrow and I want you to know that all of you and your Kevin have been and will continue to be in my Prayers. I recall so very much. He was a special little boy and the love of your life. Thank you for the kindness you bestowed upon me during out "play group" years and beyond. You cared for my girls when I gave birth to my son in Newton (at your suggestion). We also shared happy times in your pool as your Kevin "cannonballed" into the pool as all squealed! And I also recall when Kevin had his tonsils and adenoids removed and when he came home, you shared with me how Kevin kept flushing the toilet over and over. You came to ascertain that as a result of successful surgery, Kevin could hear well! He simply loved hearing the sound of that toilet flushing! You understood just how compromised his hearing must have been! Sweet, sweet child. I shall always hold much dear in my heart and with the Almighty in the "driver's seat," we can only trust what lies ahead as pure joy for your Kevin. I am so very sad for you MaryAnn and send you my love. Bonnie
  • Eric Schutzbank
    Dear Kevin: I’m so sorry to have learned of this. There are no words. My thoughts are with you, Margaret and the entire family.
  • Brenda Maille  - Deepest Sympathy
    Dear Kevin and Margaret, I am so sorry. You are in my prayers. Brenda
  • Michaelene O’Neill McCann  - So very sorry
    Dear Mary Ann and family, I am so very sorry for this terrible loss of your son. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Michaelene
  • Dennis McHugh  - friend
    Dear Kevin - I am so sorry to hear about this. Words do not do the job. You and yours are in my thoughts. Best, Dennis
  • Ted O'Neill  - Deepest Sympathy
    Dear MaryAnn. I'm so sorry for you and your family to learn of your loss of Kevin. All of you will be in my prayers during this beyond painful mourning time and in the too many sad days ahead that will require all your great strength and spirit to manage through. I'm reminded of the special friendship that our Moms shared and many fond memories of our neighborhood days together in the Acre suburbs. Love. Ted
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