Found him on the 1910 Justice Precinct 1, San Jacinto, Texas census (dist 101 img 13) as Aaron Finger
Found him on the 1920 Justice Precinct 2, San Jacinto, Texas census (dist 133 img 16) as Aaron Finger
Found him on the 1930 Precinct 7, Liberty, Texas census (dist 27 img 37) as Aaron L. Finger
age 22. Merchant, dry goods.
Found him on the 1940 Houston, Harris, Texas census (dist 258-259 img 17) as Aaron L. Finger
age 34. Sales Mgr, Retail Furniture Co.
Aaron L. Finger
, 87, passed away November 16, 1993 at his home in Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. Finger was co-owner of Finger Furniture Company, along with his brother Sammy Finger
Aaron Finger was the second of six children born to the late Sam and Annie Finger
in Shephard, Texas, on March 17, 1906. At an early age, Aaron went into business with his older brother Hyman
in Daisetta, Texas. In 1936, Aaron moved to Houston to join his father and brother in the furniture business. In 1962, he moved to Fort Worth where he established Finger Furniture Company.
He belonged to the Elks Club and Scottish Rite. He was a Shriner and a Thirty-second Degree mason. Mr. Finger received the Human Relation Award in Chicago from the American Jewish Committee in 1984. He also received the Johnny Shilling Special Friendship Award in Dallas in 1989.
He belonged to the Ahavath Shalom Synagogue of Fort Worth and Beth Yeshurun Synagogue of Houston. Mr. Finger resided in Fort Worth with his wife Pat.
Survivors: Wife, Pat Finger
of Fort Worth, children, Relda Finger Hoffer
and Marlene Finger
, both of Houston. Grandchildren: Pamela Hoffer
, Wendy and Ira Bleiweiss
, Scott and Gayle Hoffer
, Steve and Mindy Finger
, Bradley Finger
all of Houston, Bruce and Carey Hoffer
of Beaumont and Melanie and Peter Goldstein
of Seattle, WA and 15 great-grandchildren. Two brothers, Bernice Finger
and wife Sarah
and Sammy Finger
and wife, Florence
. Two sisters, Rosetta Glick
and Aline Kost
and husband Joe
, all of Houston. Houston Chronicle
November 17, 1933