Thomson Funeral Home

669 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB


Judith Sinclair

March 27, 1943January 14, 2020

It is with sadness, that the family announces the passing of Judith (Judi) Grace Sinclair, at the age of 77, in Winnipeg.

Judi was born in The Pas, Manitoba, one of four children. She is predeceased by her parents, Leslie (in 1949) and Ann (in 1982) Sinclair of The Pas, as well as her sister, Chloe Wilson, and brothers, Jim and Jack Sinclair.

Judi had a career as a dental assistant and worked for many years at the Medical Arts Centre in Winnipeg as well as in Dauphin.She enjoyed cooking and had worked as a cook while she lived in Victoria, BC for several years. Judi also had an artistic side and enjoyed making floral arrangements, painting pictures, making cards and knitting.

Judi was a proud person who faced challenges in her life with dignity and perseverance, including recent health challenges due to kidney cancer. She had an independent spirit and lived life on her own terms. Judi will be missed by her extended family.


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Nora Fraser

February 8, 2020

To add what I said previously I should mention Judith did a lot for two artists groups: one at West Broadway Community Ministry and another one at St. Matthews Maryland and especially when I was away she worked hard at organizing the artists cards and sales and she also helped the Seniors group when we had it at the All Saints Church hall.Miss you Judith.

Jackie Garrett

February 7, 2020

Judith was part of the Knitting Group at West Broadway Community Ministry for several years. She worked diligently on her projects and we all admired her finished projects, especially the mohair sweater.

Yesterday , a candle was lit in her memory at the beginning of the community meal.

Jackie Garrett
West Broadway Knitting Group

Nora Fraser

February 2, 2020

I got to know Judith when I organized an artist group at West Broadway Community Ministry. She was always an enthusiastic learner and her pencil crayon drawings were very good and I liked them a lot. She was very helpful in getting together with me to sell the cards at various venues and we sold some at St Chads church and other locations and the spot behind Art City in the summer months. The money went back to the artists in part and partly for art supplies. I went to visit her a few times and she always treated me very well. I know she could be strong minded with some people but we got along and I am happy that I saw her during the Remembrance Day weekend. I work in the north so sadly I didn’t see her often recently. I phoned her over Christmas holidays and we talked and I called her on Jan 1 and 2 but no answer. I recall enjoying a Chinese lunch together in the neighborhood. I miss you Judith.