Father: Patrick FINNERTY
Mother: Clara COLLINS
Wife Lesley Merle ARMSTRONG
At the conclusion of WW2, Maurice Patrick
Finnerty moved from
was a MLA for the
Maurice P. Finnerty (1962-1967):
A former Liberal MLA, Finnerty believed that people should not stay in public office indefinitely. "Any head of government should have a goal, make his contribution and then get out," he once said. "The longer you are in office, the more you become immune to fresh ideas." The owner of CKOK Radio at the time, Finnerty saw construction of a new City Hall and a new Convention Centre during his tenure as Mayor.
MR. SPEAKER: Hon. members,
I've been asked to bring to the attention of all members of this House the
death of a former member who occupied a seat in this House and served as a
member of the 22nd parliament, sitting in the Liberal benches from 1950 to
1952. I refer to Maurice Patrick Finnerty from the
was a former mayor of the city of
I'm sure that all the hon. members of the Legislature would like to send a note expressing our concern and regret to the family. If it's the desire of the Legislature I will see that such goes forth on our behalf. Thank you, hon. members.