Oshawa Funeral Home


Patricia Sinclair

6 May, 19583 July, 2018
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SINCLAIR, Patricia (nee Clements) (Retired Metro Police Officer 32 Division) Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018 at 5:21 p.m. was a very sad day in our family. Our sister Pat passed away peacefully and painlessly with her family by her side. Pat, finally succumbed in her valiant and courageous battle with Multiple Sclerosis. She was a tough customer was our Pat. At times we think that MS thought it had bitten off more than it could chew. Pat worked tirelessly throughout her illness raising funds for the MS Society and helping other sufferers. She lived a good life for as long as she could, travelling all over the world in her search for adventure. We, her surviving siblings, Pauline, John and David can only wish that we had half of her courage and daring. She will be sadly missed by her nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held at OSHAWA FUNERAL HOME, 847 King Street West (905-721-1234) on Sunday, July 8th 6 – 8 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Monday, July 9th at 11:00 a.m. Cremation to follow. Memorial donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society would be appreciated.


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Karen Rob Allen

4 July 2021

We walk past your photo everyday we smile when we think of your energy and positivity and the happy times we shared when we visited you in Canada. X God bless Pat

Pauline Cartlidge

3 July 2021

My beloved Sister, not one day has passed since you left us where I don’t wake up thinking about you or go to sleep each night wishing you were still with us. My heart broke 3 years ago. I hope and pray that you are walking free and flying high in a special place. I love and miss you so much 💔 xx

Kathy Power

16 July 2018

My condolences to all of Pat’s family & friends. Pat was a valued member of the Whitby Accessibility Advisory Committee in its early days. I was a staff member working with the Committee. She was such an inspirational & kind person. I feel very fortunate that she touched my life & am grateful that the Committee and it’s members benefited from her involvement. She has made a huge impact on a number of people’s lives and will be missed by many.

Mary, Terry , Nick Wyatt

10 July 2018

Our Hearts go out to Pauline, John and Dave. What can you say about Pat she was an amazing person and an inspiration to every one, she was my hero I would tell Pauline this all the time, I loved and respected Pat for so many things, she was just a wonderful human being. Fly high and free Pat xxx

Murray Osborne

10 July 2018

I worked with Pat at 32 Division in the Area Foot Patrol and as Uniformed Bicycle Officers within 32 Division. I must say that I have never worked with a more kind and determined Lady .
My Condolences to her Family.

Michael Thomas

10 July 2018

My heartfelt condolences to Pat's family.
I worked with Pat at 32 for many years. I can not recall seeing her in a bad mood, even when disease struck her. She truly embraced life with all she had. Her smile, fortitude, spirit, and drive will be missed.

Elaine Garrington nee Higgins

10 July 2018

I had the good fortune of being one of Pat’s very first friends, we lived close by each other, our birthdays were close and we had many happy days in our first years at school. She did make me play football though quite a lot on the greens right outside of her house. Happy days that I have remembered and always will.
God Bless Pat
My sincere condolences to all the family

Shirley Chisholm

9 July 2018

We remember with much fondness our school days and the friendship we shared with Pat. We especially remember her grit and determination on the sports field, and were thankful she was on our side when the hockey sticks were being swung!
Our sincere condolences to her family on your sad loss.
Julia, Sue and Shirley

Roy Sorgo

9 July 2018

We can't help but grieve, or even feel anger and cry out demanding to know why. Why her? From February to May of 1987, we made memories that will bridge gaps and transcend time. Those days for me will always seem like yesterday. We went in many different directions, and did many different things. But despite becoming separated, the sprit of Class 8701 is what keeps us all inseparable, and Pat forever a part of us, and never apart from us. God bless our classmate, our friend, and sister.

Pat, you are still with us.

Lelsey Cooper

9 July 2018

Dear Pat, a true inspiration to us all.
Your suffering is no-longer. Rest in Peace and fly high lovely cousin.
Love Adrian, Lesley & Cait xxx

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