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Sheila Joyce Sinclair

March 10, 1961 — March 10, 2022

It is with great sadness that the family of Sheila Reinhart Sinclair, beloved daughter of Bill and Elwanda Reinhart, announces her passing early Thursday morning, March 10, 2022 at the Assiniboia Union Hospital in Canada. Sheila was born March 10, 1961 at Paragould, Arkansas.

Sheila will always be remembered for her bright smile, her love for family, nature, cooking, Saskatchewan country cruises, and her home roots of Arkansas. She was always so proud to call the St. Louis Cardinals her team. Sheila loved to do anything on the farm, and she loved to fish. She spent a lot of time on genealogy, and she enjoyed the things she learned while researching family history. In fact, she became a member of DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) because she was a direct descendent of someone involved in the United States' efforts towards independence. Becoming a member of DAR was very important to Sheila since this organization promotes education and patriotism. Sheila was very giving and always put others ahead of herself. She became a volunteer fireman to serve her community. She entered the nursing field to continue serving others. Sheila was a highly educated nurse with decades of experience who was always willing to teach, help and encourage fellow co-workers, family and friends. She loved her career and was very passionate about it. No matter the boundary of nursing, she broke through it. Her dedication, caring heart and drive for a challenge led her to a fulfilled career.

Sheila was so full of love. She hosted the best family gatherings, making sure everyone in the room had a smile on their face. She loved getting to know anyone she could and valued each and every relationship she built.

Sheila leaves behind her husband, Cam Sinclair of Canada; his children, Allen (Kylie) Sinclair, Mathew Sinclair, Dawn Marie (Chris) Sinclair, Jenna Lee (Justin) Larson, and Terrilynn (Austin) Sinclair; his nine grandchildren; parents, Bill and Elwanda (White) Reinhart of Lafe; sisters, Debra (Keith) Jeske of Arnold, Missouri and Angie (Mike) Tillotson; brother, Keith (Vicky) Reinhart; aunts, Yvonne Watson, Joann (Larry) Norman, and Sharon Reinhart Dowler; uncles, Charles (Becky) Reinhart; and a host of nephews, nieces, and cousins.

Sheila was preceded in death by her grandparents, O.T. and Violet Reinhart of Lafe and Charles and Ada White of Marmaduke; aunt, Vonda "Sue" White Gregory; uncles, Ralph and Eldon Reinhart, Jerry Gregory, Randal Dowler, and Thomas Watson; and cousins, Scott Watson and Jerry Reinhart.

The family will receive friends on Saturday, April 9, 2022, from 1-2pm at Providence Baptist Church in Lafe. A Celebration of Life for Sheila begin at 2pm with Bro. Kim Bridges officiating.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy for the Reinhart family may be shared at Arrangements entrusted to Heath Funeral Home.

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