Sinclair, Leonard ‘Len’

Sinclair, Leonard ‘Len’

February 8th, 2021

Peacefully passed away, at University Hospital, on Monday, February 8, 2021, Leonard ‘Len’ Sinclair, of London, at the age of 91. Beloved husband of Mary for 65 years. Loving father of Leonard (Norma), Michael, and Kelly Manna (Ralph). Much loved grandfather to Jake (Jess), Adam, Candace (Michael), Raphaele, Robert, Jan and Alyssa (Jamie). Great-grandfather of Kieran and Keaton. Len was a London GM dealer for 25 years and also past President of the Thames Valley Children’s Centre. A private service for family will be held at Westview Funeral Chapel. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Len are asked to consider the Thames Valley Children’s Centre. 

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Dawn and Franco ParonWe are very sorry to hear of your Dads passing. We send our warm sympathies to you Mike, Leonard and your families. We always enjoyed your Dads stories and could only dream of what it would be like to own a car dealership and drive whatever you liked (too bad they weren’t Ferrari’s 🤣) and to own a yacht such as theirs, so when we were young and chasing our babies around, we lived and travelled vicariously thru them. Sending hugs. Dawn and Franco
jack and SandyMARY and family....you are in our prayers.There was no one like Lennie!!!Wonderful loyal friend.We had many good times together especially on the course. Will miss him greatly. Jack &Sandy
Tom PRYDECondolences to the Sinclair family. I had many experiences with Len during my GM years. He was an "old-time" car guy".
Jim and Joan BarryOur condolences to the Sinlair Family. Thinking of you all during this sad time. Sincerely Jim Joan Barry and family
Dick Lockwood A great friend of mine who I had lots of fun with over the years. Dick Lockwood
Robert nashTo Mary and family a letter to Len Len thanks for being such a good guy I smile as I close my eyes and see your smile from caddying days to being able to play with you. Dad SANDY Eddie Emerson ect it was a pleasure to know you and you will always be in our thoughts will look forward to staying in touch with Mary Len we were all proud of the how well Adam played for the mustangs you will always be special lots of love and prayers Robbie. Nash and the rest of the Nash S
John Ervasti One of Eddie’s great friends, who treated me like one of his friends. Boy do I have great memories of Len as he played golf with my father. I was lucky to be included sometimes as a player and other times as a caddie. Len, Ed, Jack and Colin, now that was a fun group to watch. Best to Mary and family. John Ervasti
Jo Ann SweeneyMy husband the late Dr John Sweeney enjoyed his golf games with Len. Mary and I played golf together also. I was sorry to hear of Len’s passing. Jo Ann Sweeney
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