Found him on the 1930 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin census (dist 119 img 26) as Otto Finger, Jr.
Found him on the 1940 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin census (dist 72-226 img 22) as Otto Finger Jr.
age 12. Address: 2125 Ninth St.
WWII Draft Registration
A life richly blessed, Otto found and married the joy of his life, Elizabeth, an artist, loving wife and mother of their three children: Beth, Thad and Amy and her loving partner, Doug.
Otto and Elizabeth were grateful grandparents of Laura Halseth and David Arredondo and more recently, great grandparents of Laura's beautiful daughter, Ryenne.
Otto enjoyed a lifetime in the arts, painting landscapes and took part in over 35 exhibitions. His career as an art director/designer and curator of a corporate art collection allowed "Ots" lasting friendships with dozens upon dozens of outstanding people.
His creativity showed no boundaries, as he also enjoyed carving birds, making mobiles and after retiring, making concrete sculptures.
Some 60 years ago, Otto saved the life of a young lad. The boy had fallen into the swift current of a river. It was just by chance that Otto was there and as a skilled swimmer was able to pull the boy to safety. Both were forever grateful for the gift.
Each and every family member and friend around our beautiful America has had a special meaning and place in Otto's huge heart and gave him a very happy and rewarding life.
Thank you one and all!