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Date of Passing: Dec 31, 2018

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CRAIG MICHAEL SINKWICH After a long and courageous battle with leukemia, Craig Sinkwich, devoted husband, loving father and loyal friend, passed away on Monday, December 31, 2018, at Riverview Health Centre, at the age of 68 years. A memorial service will be held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses at 227 Lakewood Blvd., on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. Please read the family's memories of Craig at Richard Rosin Funeral Director Ltd. 204-219-1126
Publish Date: Jan 3, 2019

CRAIG MICHAEL SINKWICH On Monday, December 31, 2018, at Riverview Health Centre, Craig Sinkwich passed away at the age of 68 years. Longer notice to follow. Richard Rosin Funeral Director Ltd. 204-219-1126
Publish Date: Jan 2, 2019

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 02, 2019, Jan 03, 2019

Condolences & Memories (11 entries)

  • Robin, I’m so saddened to hear about Craig. May you have peace of heart and mind in your knowledge of what will take place very soon, as sure as the sun rises the promise of the resurrection will happen, keep busy in your spiritual routine it will sustain you, it’s a gift from Jehovah He loves you. We all do as well. Perry, and family - Posted by: Perry (Friend) on: Apr 25, 2019

  • Awe my dear sister Robyn, I had no idea Craig passed til I saw his obits. My deep sympathies to you & the family💔❤ All I'll ever have is happy memories of him with a jolly smile & hello to me. You both so much alike that way. Warmest embrace. JOHN 5:28 & REV. 21:3-5💖💖 - Posted by: Madlene Roulette (Spiritual sister) on: Feb 03, 2019

  • Although I have not seen or heard of Craig for many years, Craig and I grew up together as kids at John Dafoe school. I have wonderful memories playing together on Centennial and Beaverbrook streets, with Tommy Cook and Bruce Clark. Those were good times. My best wishes to Craig's family. - Posted by: Wes Henderson (Friend) on: Jan 26, 2019

  • Though I didn't know Craig or you, Robin, very well, I did know your hearts were bursting with love for Jehovah and it showed in your kind and warm approach to all, including us when we shared the same congregation. Words cannot express our feelings at times such as this. I'm sure that the days ahead will not be the easiest and our prayers are with you Robin, and the rest of the family, praying that you will find comfort, joy and strength in the wonderful times you will yet have in the future, a future guaranteed by our God. Though at times it may seem that all is lost, our God is much greater than our own thoughts and wants and will provide, through many different ways, what you need to go on. Serve is where the joy and the strength really is. Continue in the things you know to be true. Again our prayers are with you along with the prayers of so many others whose lives were touched by Craig. Love you. - Posted by: Larry Caruk (Friend and brother) on: Jan 09, 2019

  • Craig & my husband Bob Clarkson started an acoustic guitar duo several years ago “Bob & Craig Revival“. They practiced weekly and their song list grew enough to perform for an audience in several different venues. I had the pleasure of watching them perform on several occasions. Since they performed mostly classic rock, the audience would often sing along. Craig was a great musician and such a caring man, we will miss him greatly. Our heartfelt condolences to Robin and family. - Posted by: Patti Clarkson (Friend) on: Jan 06, 2019

  • Although I didn't know Craig the best, he was a good friend to my dad, and grandfather. I have heard many great and funny stories of Craig, and I am sad to see him go. He will be missed by very many people. - Posted by: Riley Clark (Friend) on: Jan 05, 2019

  • I was very saddened to hear of Craig’s passing. My condolences to Robin and family. Looking forward to seeing him again after his short sleep. I look forward to welcoming him back in Paradise. - Posted by: Nancy (Friend) on: Jan 04, 2019

  • We offer our heartfelt condolences to the family. We pray and await for the day of Revelation 21;4 to come to be. - Posted by: Gina & Murray Broesky (Friends) on: Jan 03, 2019

  • Worked with Craig for over 30 years at Air Canada. Was an excellent worker and a good person. RIP Craig, I will miss you. - Posted by: Doug Moberg (Friend) on: Jan 03, 2019

  • Robin and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Craig was a wonderful neighbour to us from the time we moved in next door, 14 years ago. He was always there to loan us tools, his ladder, and of course, his solid and practical advice, which he always delivered with a sense of humour. I enjoyed chatting over (and for a while - through) our shared fence with him about gardening, mostly, but also all sorts of topics. We exchanged both rhubarb and good-natured barbs over the years, always with a smile. I remember him getting up on our roof to blow our eavestroughs clean, and taking care of our beloved cat when we were away a couple of times. Craig could always be trusted to keep an eye on things. He was generous with his time and his talents - we still have a few of the pumpkin muffins he made this fall in our freezer. Our hearts and prayers our with you at this difficult time. We will be happy to pay forward the many favours Craig gave to us - a giving legacy you can be proud that he's left his many friends and family. - Posted by: Leigh and Bryan (Neighbours) on: Jan 03, 2019

  • With a heavy heart it's now time to say farewell to a friend. We shared many happy, exciting and sad times together. Lorraine and I will never forget your warm smile and genuine interest in everything we did. After more than 50 years of being your very good bud...words fall short. Music was so important to you and the guitars you collected over the years were a fitting reflection of your wonderful Rock and Roll personality. - Posted by: Garth and Lorraine Meacham (Friend) on: Jan 02, 2019

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