James Finneran II, manager at Westinghouse, dies at 49

December 11, 1990

Services for James L. Finneran II, an engineering operations manager for the Westinghouse Electric Corp., will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Leonard J. Ruck Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road.

Mr. Finneran, who was 49 and lived in Bel Air, died Friday at the Johns Hopkins Hospital of a viral circulatory infection.

Mr. Finneran worked at the Hunt Valley facility during his nearly 25 years with Westinghouse. He was active in the charity campaigns there, heading the United Way drive and serving as chairman for the Ed Block Courage Awards Dinner for the benefit of St. Vincent's Center. He also did volunteer work for the Maryland League for the Handicapped. Before he moved to to Bel Air 15 years ago, he had served in Baltimore as an adult leader of the Boy Scouts and as a coach in youth baseball and football programs.

Born in Baltimore and a graduate of Mount St. Joseph High School, he earned business and law degrees at the University of Baltimore.

He is survived by his wife, the former Sheila May Snyder; two sons, James L. Finneran III of Washington and Tony Finneran of fTC Bel Air; a daughter, Tracey Finneran of Bel Air; his parents, Lawrence J. and Helen Finneran of Parkville; and a sister, Patricia Gill of Parkville.

The family suggested that memorial contributions be made to St. Vincent's Center.

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