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Rocky Mountain Obituaries 6-8-09

Charles Sinclair, 76, of Loveland, Colo., passed away on May 29, 2009.

He was born on February 6, 1933, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Edward Robert and Mildred (Syphers) Sinclair. His mother died when he was three years old and his father died when he was nine. Charles was raised by his grandmother, Annie Enoch, and his uncle Ralph Enoch. He attended school and graduated from the Drennan School, Southeast of Colorado Springs, Colo.

He married Rena Kingham on August 26, 1950, at Colorado Springs. They lived in Colorado Springs for five years, and then Norton, Kansas for one year before settling in Loveland, Colo.

Charles spent his life as a dairy farmer. He was a member of Dairy Farmers of America and received numerous awards for quality milk production. He prided himself in the good care his cows always received. He retired from the farm in 1997.

His interests included his family, drawing, making miniature windmills, watching the local farm crops through the seasons, and John Deere tractors, especially his restored 1952 John Deere B.

Charles is survived by his loving wife, Rena Sinclair of Loveland, Colo.; a son Robert Sinclair (Marji) of Loveland, Colo.; daughters Peggy Derby (Bob) of Grand Junction, Colo., Linda Remmick (Carl Kessel) of Windsor Colo.; Five grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Charles is also survived by his sisters Nellie Day of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Annie Finney of Penrose, Colo.

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He was preceeded in death by his parents, his brother George Sinclair, and one great-granddaughter.

Services was June 3, in the Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Memorials may be sent to Front Range Hospice in care of Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Charles Sinclair, 76, of Loveland, Colo., passed away on May 29, 2009.

He was born on February 6, 1933, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Edward Robert and Mildred (Syphers) Sinclair. His mother died when he was three years old and his father died when he was nine. Charles was raised by his grandmother, Annie Enoch, and his uncle Ralph Enoch. He attended school and graduated from the Drennan School, Southeast of Colorado Springs, Colo.

He married Rena Kingham on August 26, 1950, at Colorado Springs. They lived in Colorado Springs for five years, and then Norton, Kansas for one year before settling in Loveland, Colo.

Charles spent his life as a dairy farmer. He was a member of Dairy Farmers of America and received numerous awards for quality milk production. He prided himself in the good care his cows always received. He retired from the farm in 1997.

His interests included his family, drawing, making miniature windmills, watching the local farm crops through the seasons, and John Deere tractors, especially his restored 1952 John Deere B.

Charles is survived by his loving wife, Rena Sinclair of Loveland, Colo.; a son Robert Sinclair (Marji) of Loveland, Colo.; daughters Peggy Derby (Bob) of Grand Junction, Colo., Linda Remmick (Carl Kessel) of Windsor Colo.; Five grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Charles is also survived by his sisters Nellie Day of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Annie Finney of Penrose, Colo.

He was preceeded in death by his parents, his brother George Sinclair, and one great-granddaughter.

Services was June 3, in the Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Memorials may be sent to Front Range Hospice in care of Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Charles Sinclair, 76, of Loveland, Colo., passed away on May 29, 2009.

He was born on February 6, 1933, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Edward Robert and Mildred (Syphers) Sinclair. His mother died when he was three years old and his father died when he was nine. Charles was raised by his grandmother, Annie Enoch, and his uncle Ralph Enoch. He attended school and graduated from the Drennan School, Southeast of Colorado Springs, Colo.

He married Rena Kingham on August 26, 1950, at Colorado Springs. They lived in Colorado Springs for five years, and then Norton, Kansas for one year before settling in Loveland, Colo.

Charles spent his life as a dairy farmer. He was a member of Dairy Farmers of America and received numerous awards for quality milk production. He prided himself in the good care his cows always received. He retired from the farm in 1997.

His interests included his family, drawing, making miniature windmills, watching the local farm crops through the seasons, and John Deere tractors, especially his restored 1952 John Deere B.

Charles is survived by his loving wife, Rena Sinclair of Loveland, Colo.; a son Robert Sinclair (Marji) of Loveland, Colo.; daughters Peggy Derby (Bob) of Grand Junction, Colo., Linda Remmick (Carl Kessel) of Windsor Colo.; Five grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Charles is also survived by his sisters Nellie Day of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Annie Finney of Penrose, Colo.

He was preceeded in death by his parents, his brother George Sinclair, and one great-granddaughter.

Services was June 3, in the Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Memorials may be sent to Front Range Hospice in care of Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Charles Sinclair, 76, of Loveland, Colo., passed away on May 29, 2009.

He was born on February 6, 1933, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Edward Robert and Mildred (Syphers) Sinclair. His mother died when he was three years old and his father died when he was nine. Charles was raised by his grandmother, Annie Enoch, and his uncle Ralph Enoch. He attended school and graduated from the Drennan School, Southeast of Colorado Springs, Colo.

He married Rena Kingham on August 26, 1950, at Colorado Springs. They lived in Colorado Springs for five years, and then Norton, Kansas for one year before settling in Loveland, Colo.

Charles spent his life as a dairy farmer. He was a member of Dairy Farmers of America and received numerous awards for quality milk production. He prided himself in the good care his cows always received. He retired from the farm in 1997.

His interests included his family, drawing, making miniature windmills, watching the local farm crops through the seasons, and John Deere tractors, especially his restored 1952 John Deere B.

Charles is survived by his loving wife, Rena Sinclair of Loveland, Colo.; a son Robert Sinclair (Marji) of Loveland, Colo.; daughters Peggy Derby (Bob) of Grand Junction, Colo., Linda Remmick (Carl Kessel) of Windsor Colo.; Five grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Charles is also survived by his sisters Nellie Day of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Annie Finney of Penrose, Colo.

He was preceeded in death by his parents, his brother George Sinclair, and one great-granddaughter.

Services was June 3, in the Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Memorials may be sent to Front Range Hospice in care of Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Charles Sinclair, 76, of Loveland, Colo., passed away on May 29, 2009.

He was born on February 6, 1933, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Edward Robert and Mildred (Syphers) Sinclair. His mother died when he was three years old and his father died when he was nine. Charles was raised by his grandmother, Annie Enoch, and his uncle Ralph Enoch. He attended school and graduated from the Drennan School, Southeast of Colorado Springs, Colo.

He married Rena Kingham on August 26, 1950, at Colorado Springs. They lived in Colorado Springs for five years, and then Norton, Kansas for one year before settling in Loveland, Colo.

Charles spent his life as a dairy farmer. He was a member of Dairy Farmers of America and received numerous awards for quality milk production. He prided himself in the good care his cows always received. He retired from the farm in 1997.

His interests included his family, drawing, making miniature windmills, watching the local farm crops through the seasons, and John Deere tractors, especially his restored 1952 John Deere B.

Charles is survived by his loving wife, Rena Sinclair of Loveland, Colo.; a son Robert Sinclair (Marji) of Loveland, Colo.; daughters Peggy Derby (Bob) of Grand Junction, Colo., Linda Remmick (Carl Kessel) of Windsor Colo.; Five grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Charles is also survived by his sisters Nellie Day of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Annie Finney of Penrose, Colo.

He was preceeded in death by his parents, his brother George Sinclair, and one great-granddaughter.

Services was June 3, in the Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Memorials may be sent to Front Range Hospice in care of Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Charles Sinclair, 76, of Loveland, Colo., passed away on May 29, 2009.

He was born on February 6, 1933, in Colorado Springs, Colo., to Edward Robert and Mildred (Syphers) Sinclair. His mother died when he was three years old and his father died when he was nine. Charles was raised by his grandmother, Annie Enoch, and his uncle Ralph Enoch. He attended school and graduated from the Drennan School, Southeast of Colorado Springs, Colo.

He married Rena Kingham on August 26, 1950, at Colorado Springs. They lived in Colorado Springs for five years, and then Norton, Kansas for one year before settling in Loveland, Colo.

Charles spent his life as a dairy farmer. He was a member of Dairy Farmers of America and received numerous awards for quality milk production. He prided himself in the good care his cows always received. He retired from the farm in 1997.

His interests included his family, drawing, making miniature windmills, watching the local farm crops through the seasons, and John Deere tractors, especially his restored 1952 John Deere B.

Charles is survived by his loving wife, Rena Sinclair of Loveland, Colo.; a son Robert Sinclair (Marji) of Loveland, Colo.; daughters Peggy Derby (Bob) of Grand Junction, Colo., Linda Remmick (Carl Kessel) of Windsor Colo.; Five grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Charles is also survived by his sisters Nellie Day of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Annie Finney of Penrose, Colo.

He was preceeded in death by his parents, his brother George Sinclair, and one great-granddaughter.

Services was June 3, in the Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.

Memorials may be sent to Front Range Hospice in care of Kibby-Fishburn Funeral Home.