Brett C. Finemore


Brett C. Finemore, 60, of Queensbury, NY passed away on Tuesday, November 17, 2020. He was born in Milo, Maine on August 1, 1960 to Vernal and Joan Finemore.

Brett was an accomplished account manager at FW Webb. Making connections, creating lifelong friendships, and being part of a thriving company for over 30 years. Previously an officer of the Oakland Police Department in Maine, Brett never lost his passion and drive to be of service to others.

His strong ties to Maine made him an avid fan of the New England sports teams, being especially loyal to the Boston Red Sox. He enjoyed return trips to Maine to hunt and refresh his unforgettable Maine accent. He looked forward to his many memorable trips to the Masters in Augusta with his son Joseph. Brett loved his friends and family and treasured the memories he created with them, especially his grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Brett is survived by his wife June Stoddard-Finemore; children Joseph Finemore (Kelly) of Cary, NC, Ashley Finemore (Tony Volino) of Queensbury, and Jacob Stoddard of Queensbury; grandchildren Quinn, Keller, Anthony, Ashton and Aloni; siblings Brent Finemore (Kate) of Teaticket, MA and Kirk Finemore (Sharon) of Oakland, ME; nieces and nephews Andrew Finemore, Emily Finemore, Philip Finemore (Mallory), Kirsha Finemore, Nichole Stoddard and Emma Haus (Colten); and great niece Brielle Finemore.

A celebration of his life will be held on a later date.

Memorial contributions in memory of Brett may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project www.woundedwarriorproject.org Brett had a deep respect for veterans and the sacrifices they made for our country.

Guest Book

John and Jill Wray

We were so sorry to hear about Brett's passing. He was a warm hearted neighbor who always had a kind smile and time for a friendly chat. We'll miss seeing him on Geneva Drive.

Diana & Ken Kambar

June, We were sorry to hear about the passing of Brett. Our prayers are with you and your
family. Jacob Szymanski sends his regards to Jacob on the lost of his Step-Dad.

Aaron Bechard

Brett was such a nice man. From the first time I met him to the time he left us he always had a very infectious smile. He will forever be missed and forever in our hearts. Until we meet again my friend I can only hope all of your suffering is gone and that you can continue to watch over all of us down here.

Georgia Hamlin

Remembering Brett’s smile and laughter. As his older cousin, I recall the trouble he and Brent got into as little guys. What one didn’t think to try, the other one did! His presence will be missed.

Bruce Meader

To a really great person. I remember all the great times that we had growing up. Both of us loved the Red Sox. Rest in peace and my thoughts and prayers go to the Finemore Family.

Joan & Vernal Finemore

You have been a great son and we love you. Rest in Peace.

Jay O’Coin

Brett, I will always remember the good times back in the early days and especially your energy, your infectious laugh, and your friendship. Rest easy my friend.

Terry Callanan Kempf

I am so sorry to hear about Brett’s passing. I will always remember him as a big bear of a man who was always smiling. RIP, Brett.

Sandy Stabenfeldt

Although it has been many years since I saw Brett, he was never forgotten. Brett was my supervisor at Kentrol/Latham and I don't think a day went by that he didn't make me smile and laugh. Brett, Tim, and I were quite a team for a bit. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

Mike Belanger

I am saddened to hear about Bret’s passing. He was a lovely person.
My best to his family.

Terri Ellis

WoW Brett... a special customer to the usual suspects that were at Sullys. Thank you for visiting me at Trading Post to say hello briefly... glad to have known you... happy to serve you

Rest in Peace Brett

Harry Barker

I can't believe you are gone, my friend. I will miss your laugh and all the fun we had. My deepest sympathies to June and the rest of the family.

Patti Ingram

My sincere condolences to Brett's family. Brett was my boss at Kentrol/Latham and then F.W. Webb. He was one heck of a boss and the party animal of the office. R.I.P. Brett

Brent Finemore

I love you and will miss you brother!

Jill Weidman

My deepest sympathy to June and family. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Hugs, Jill

Joseph Livote

There are the brothers we have by blood and those we choose. You were the later to me. Being a shy person you were the perfect friend my brother. You helped bring me out of my shell with your larger than life personality. I will miss you more than anyone will ever know.

Terry Fisher

Brett was a great friend and I thought of him as a brother. I felt that if you needed something and he could do it you could consider it done. We will all miss his team spirit. Rest in peace my friend until we meet again.

Jane and Robert Burke

Brett.....a lifelong amazing friend!!!! We will always miss you but will smile as we recall our amazing memories. Rest easy my friend