Lloyd Sinclair
1936 - 2024
Lloyd Sinclair
Requested Charity
Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation, or the Canadian Lung Association
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It is with great sadness that the family of Lloyd James Sinclair announce his passing on March 12, 2024 surrounded by his family.

Lloyd was born in the Parish of New Maryland, February 5th, 1936.  He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years; Alice Sinclair (Attrux) along with his five favorite daughters and their children: Geraldeen Sinclair-Kerr (Graham); Jebb Sinclair (Kylie) and Alice-Jane Kerr (Oliver), Lorrie Sinclair; Shyanne Everett (Matt) & Shane Phillips, Bernadeen Mcleod (Brian); Taylor Flietstra (Curtis), Dr. Tatum Burdo (Dr. Anthony), Jamielee Barnard (Christian), Larissa Bruckeder (Florian), Wanda Schuttenbeld (John); Mike Sandwith, Harri Schuttenbeld (Anna), Dr. Melissa Sinclair (Dr. Robert), Anna & Alexander Swackhammer.

Lloyd adored his great grandchildren:  Addy, Emmit, Mackenzie, Joy, Luke, Cassidy, and Maya.

Lloyd is also survived by his siblings, Dawna Turnbull, Joan Roberts, George Sinclair (Mary) and stepbrother Doug Kerton, along with several nieces and nephews.  He is predeceased by his mother Florence Kerton, stepfather Bob Kerton, father Ralph Sinclair and sister Barbara Ann Jewett.

Lloyd spent his working years’ operating heavy equipment which led to a successful sales career including many years at A.L.P.A. Equipment Ltd.  Lloyd was a skilled heavy equipment operator and could run any piece of equipment.   Lloyd and his family shared many happy memories of draft horse shows and sleigh rides.

After retiring, he loved spending time with family, working around his yard and barn, and playing a game of 45’s.  If we could all just have one more game of cards with Dad and Grampie. 

We would like to acknowledge the wonderful care from Heidi and Shawna of the Extra-Mural hospital program and the doctors, nurses, and staff of 3SW at the DECH, for their empathetic care for Dad during his final days.

At Lloyd’s request, there will be no visitation or funeral.

Donations can be made in Lloyd’s memory to the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation, or the Canadian Lung Association in lieu of flowers.