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John Kevin Sinclair

Died: Sun., Feb. 26, 2012

Funeral Service

Location: Gateway Chapel

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John Kevin Sinclair, 47 of Butler, formerly of Hicksville, passed away suddenly in a one car accident in Hicksville on Sunday, Feb. 26, 2012.

John was born in Elkhart, IN on Dec. 23, 1964.  He served his country in the early 1980's in the U.S. Army.

He will be sadly missed by his daughter, Hannah of Mishawaka, IN; mother, Carol Carroll; father, Francis Miller, both of Hicksville; siblings, Mark Sinclair of Bryan, Flint Miller of Middlebury, IN, Eric Miller of Hicksville, Michael Miller of Defiance & Dawn Birner of Glen Burnie, MD.

He was preceded in death by his adopted father, Frank Sinclair.

His memorial service is Friday, 1 pm, Gateway Chapel at the Huber Opera House, Hicksville.

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Lori A. Sholl-Sievert
   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
John was like a part of our family, he was kind and always had something comical to say! I will never forget you Johnny, you were a wonderful person. My heartfelt condolences go out to his family. He will be missed by many!!

   Posted Tue February 28, 2012
John,I only meet u once and u seemed like a sweet guy..iam glad I got to meet u..ur family are in my thoughts and prays..thank you god for letting me meet him...stay strong and keep your head up to johns family

Steve Mayer
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
My sincere condolences to the family. John will be greatly missed. He has touched my life and countless others. I know he is in a better place. Peace be with you Smiley.

Vera Bates
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
I just want to extend my deep felt sarrow to all of you...I loved Johnny..he was a good friend that i will miss dearly...the last words from him to me were "Happy Valentines Day Veronica"...It just doesnt seem real..After all that he accomplished in the last few yrs to be taken away so young...prayers to you all and God Bless!!!

Betty Holmes
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
John, not only were you my friend's son, but also my friend. You made such great strides in your life. You will be greatly missed. Sympathies to all of your family.

Duaine Karnes
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
Johnny Woo I'm going to miss you. You touched my heart in so many ways. I am very grateful to have known you. Peace brother John. Look down on us and help us on our life journey.
Thanks John for being my friend.

Marsha Peter
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
My thoughts and prayers are with Johns family, i got to know John when my children were in school, and had spent time with him and friends in Butler, i will miss seeing him, he was a very nice young man and enjoyed being his friend and i remember him playing in the band, with others, he was very good.

Leslie Hitzeman
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
John you will be sadly missed by friends and family. Now as you walk in the field of eternal life, everything perfect, everything beautiful and those sunny days when the sun shines down through the clouds and those white rays touch the earth, that will be you, spreading your love, and watching over all of us....RIP.....To all the family, share your tears, laugh at the crazy things he did, and most of all cherish every memory..With Love, Leslie

Linda Bok Bostic
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
I'm so so sorry for your loss. John was a good dude, he will be missed. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.

Amanda Laney
   Posted Wed February 29, 2012
Johnny you were a great guy!!!!!!!!!You will be missed greatly!!!!!!!

Jeff & Cathy Schiek
   Posted Thu March 01, 2012
To the family of John K. Sinclair, words alone can''t express the loss you are feeling. John had a huge heart and shared it with many. He overcame many valleys of life and that put a BIG smile on his face. The residents at Laurel''s will miss his visits, he was faithful to them. Mark, the relationship that you and he had, no one can take that from you. Hang on to the memories and how he made you smile. God is holding his hand and he is smiling down on all of you. Phil. 4:13 We love you, Jeff & Cathy

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