Brent Sinclair Death, Obituary – Brent William Sinclair passed away unexpectedly on December 19, 2022; he was 48 years old at the time of his untimely death. The date of his passing was a tragic coincidence. Suddenly, he went to his eternal reward. Beloved son of Bonnie Sinclair (Steve Stallard), whose late father, Martin Sinclair, was previously married to her mother. Her late father’s name was Martin Sinclair. Martin Sinclair has unfortunately passed away (2018). Big brother who had an incredible amount of love for both his sister Sheila and his brother Scott Sinclair, who sadly passed away (2012).
Uncle who Tenise, Rih, Louie, and Lenny regard as being of the utmost importance in their lives. Sincerely loved and treasured nephew of Carol (Peter), Nancy (Kevin), Arlene (Paul), Tory (Monica), Tory’s late brother Tim (2022), Joe (Mary), and Elizabeth (the late Terry 2022). Before he was even born, all four of his grandparents had already passed away. These included Orville and Olive Sinclair, Grant and Eleanor Legge, and Grant and Eleanor Legge. The entirety of Brent’s life has been spent in London, where he received his formal education from H. B. Beal. He has been a resident of the city since birth. He was a devoted son who was helpful in the operation of both the family business, Home Hardware, and his mother’s business, Bonnie’s Dugout, which they both worked at. Both businesses were run by his mother.
They shared a single building for the operation of both of their companies. Brent, who is known for his extraordinary kindness and compassion, found great fulfillment in the opportunities that allowed him to care for children and animals. In spite of the fact that he was a devoted fan of rock music, the collection of comic books was the primary hobby that he pursued in his spare time. He was a dedicated walker who made it a point to experience all of the sights and sounds of the city on each and every one of his daily walks around town. He did this by going to different parts of the city and walking around in different directions.
His many cousins, aunts, uncles, and other relatives, along with his many close friends, will miss him tremendously and think of him with fondness in the future. The time has come to determine whether or not the cremation process is complete. In the not too distant future, there will be a gathering to celebrate both Brent’s life and his legacy. The event will take place in his honor. You will find a section on the website www.mpcemetery.ca where you are able to offer your condolences to the family and share your thoughts with them. The Corporation in London, Ontario that Owns and Manages the Mount Pleasant Cemetery