KELLY SINCLAIR

Obituary of KELLY SINCLAIR

KELLY SINCLAIR

 

Began his circle of life on December 4, 1965

Completed his circle on December 6, 2020

 

It is with sadness and broken hearts, we the family announce the sudden passing of our beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend Kelly Sinclair on December 6, 2020 at the age 55 years.

 

Kelly will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his mom Barbara Sinclair (Albert). His sister Vivian Sinclair (Dennis) Nieces and nephews Amelia Sinclair (Nathan) and their children Niome, Seth, Frank. Jasmine Sinclair (Shaun) and children Atheena, Eleena, Shane, Theo, and baby Shaun. David Sinclair and sons Robert, David jr. and Michael Sinclair. His brother Wendell Sinclair (Joanna) and their children Ashton, Ashlynn, Leland, Landon. Aunties: Jean Webb (Ezra), Mary Shorting, Violet Marsden, Flora Mckay (Charlie) and Doreen Anderson (Alvin), Uncle Donald Marsden. Great Aunt Mary Stagg jr. and his special auntie Betty Traverse and family. He is also survived by countless cousins and friends too numerous to mention.

 

Kelly was predeceased by his father David Sinclair, Paternal grandparents William and Louisa Sinclair, Maternal grandparents John and Sarah Jane Marsden. Aunties: Alice, Margaret, Mary Jane, Christina and Ida. Uncles Russell Marsden and Lawrence Marsden. Also, his special uncle Gordon Traverse with whom he had a close relationship.

 

Kelly was born in Ashern, Manitoba on December 4, 1965. He lived most of his life in Lake St Martin First Nation. Kelly loved the great outdoors and enjoyed doing all outside activities available to him. Kelly secured his favorite pastime and maintained his love of fishing as a commercial fisherman in Dauphin River. Kelly loved spending his free time with his family and best friends and had a close bond with them all.

 

Kelly leaves behind a large circle of family and friends who enjoyed his company, humour and laughter. Kelly will be dearly missed and never forgotten but he will live on in the hearts and minds of all he loved and crossed paths with as he walked his journey here on earth. We all pray and wish him a peaceful crossing into the next life and we gain peace and strength in knowing that he will be watching over us from the other side.

 

We say Thank-you to The Public Trustee, Southeast Personal Care Home, St. Boniface Hospital 8th floor staff and Cropo Funeral Chapel.

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