He is referred to as Marty
in his parents' 25th anniversary article. - 1967
A Dresden motorist, a Penn Yan teen-ager, two passengers who escaped injury and the Penn Yan Fire Dept., all played a part in a one car accident that occurred at 12:30 a.m. Sunday on Rt. 14 just outside the northern limits of Penn Yan. Marshall Finger, 20, of Franklin St., Dresden, the operator of the car was taken to the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital suffering from minor injuries and was held overnight. Deputy James Harris of the Yates County Sheriff Dept., assisted by the Penn Yan Police Dept., reported that Finger had been operating his car at an estimated speed of 80 to 90 miles per hour when it went out of control. This caused the vehicle to skid approximately 500 feet then go down a 20-foot embankment. This made the car fly through the air for about 33 feet until it came to rest against a tree. The accident had been reported by what the police officers described as an excited woman who stated the car was on fire. This necessitated the calling out of the Penn Yan Fire Dept. - The Geneva Times May 15, 1969 page 14
In his mother's obituary (2009) he is referred to as Marshall Finger
of Winter Park, Fla.