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Stephen Fincher’s roots run deep in Tennessee. For seven generations, his family has run a farm in the Frog Jump community of Crockett County in West Tennessee. It’s on that farm that Stephen learned the value of a hard day’s work.
Today, Stephen still manages the family farm in Frog Jump. It’s where Stephen and his wife, Lynn, live, work, and go to church at Archer’s Chapel Methodist Church. Stephen and Lynn have three children and a daughter-in-law: John Austin and wife Abby Cox Fincher, Noah and Sarah.
From 2010 to 2016, Stephen was honored to serve the people of Tennessee’s 8th District in Congress. In Congress, he gained a quick reputation for true conservatism and for sponsoring and passing legislation to create jobs. While there, Stephen stayed in touch with his roots and Tennessee values. He didn’t accept the Congressional health care plan or participate in the retirement plan. He flew home on weekends to sing in church and keep a close connection with his bosses – the citizens of the 8th District.
For over 60 years, the Fincher family has led a gospel singing ministry started by Stephen’s grandmother. The Finchers have performed thousands of events throughout the area.