Sinclairs say thanks |

Sinclairs say thanks

Dear Editor: On Feb. 18 we had a remembrance and memorial at Two River Cafe for our brother, father and son Bruce Sinclair. At the time we thought it would be a small gathering of family and close friends.We were totally overwhelmed of the outpouring of support, friendship, love, and stories of Bruce’s life. All who spoke with humor, friendship and love and had a great regard for our brother and his adventuresome life, his passion of skiing and a great outdoorsman, and don’t forget the “Dirty Dozen” of apprentice ski instructors. We would like to thank all of you who were able to attend, and those who were there in spirit, Two Rivers Cafe (Rick Kane and Pat Breed) for the use of their restaurant and bar, Jimmy Dykann, Gary Quist, and John Zajicek for their musical talents. Lorrain Blank and John Whittier for the floral arrangements. Many thanks go out to Martha O’Keefe for organizing the music and extraordinary culinary talents and all others who donated lasagna, salad, and dessert and those who helped serve and clean up. Thank you to A.D. Fuller for the wonderful tribute in the papers to Bruce. You touched us all with your words. We know he will always be with you whenever you hit the hill or pass a favorite spot or place where you crashed for the night. We miss you, Bruce, and your exuberant laugh, and we will always love you.Barb SinclairJanet Sinclair SteedDeanne Sinclair HemmanElizabeth Oblock SinclairTravis SinclairSara and Grace Sinclair

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