David C. Sinkis, 45
David C. Sinkis, 45 of Terrell, TX (formerly N. Oxford, MA) passed away on February 23, 2013, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
He was born in Worcester, MA on January 19, 1968 to Barbara (Petit) and Chester Sinkis of N. Oxford, MA. He grew up in N. Oxford and attended Oxford High School. David is survived by his loving daughter, Jacklyn Sinkis of Terrell, TX and her companion Barry Los (formerly from Southbridge); his son, David B. Sinkis and his companion Tiffany Elliott of Webster; his brothers, Stephen Sinkis of E. Brookfield, Mark Sinkis and wife Carol of N. Oxford, Chester Sinkis of Brookfield; his sisters, Debra Wyszynski and husband Konrad of Oxford, Donna Korp and husband Arthur of Worcester, Cathy Laskowski and husband Benjamin of Webster, Barbara (Bonnie) Harden and husband John of Dudley, Laurie Baarda and husband Richard of Webster, Kim Brassard and husband Mark of Oxford. David was the proud grandfather of his granddaughter, Kayliana Los and his two grandsons, Jason and Zackary Sinkis; 15 nieces and nephews and 8 great nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind a lot of loving friends and relatives.
David was a wonderful and loving father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend to so many. Anyone who knew him would agree that it was an honor to know him. He had a contagious smile and laugh and always put everyone's happiness above his own.
He worked in Inventory Control at Maines Paper and Food Service, where he received the title of MVP on more than one occasion. David was recognized as a hard and dedicated worker and was well liked by everyone he worked with. His co-workers had nicknamed him David Eugene.
David had moved to Texas in April of 2012 to start a new life. He loved Texas and was so excited to be able go wild hog hunting. He had met some really wonderful friends and was happy and truly enjoying life. Though David’s life may have ended too soon, his life was complete in so many ways and his family and friends have so many precious memories that will be cherished forever.
He was an avid hunter and enjoyed cookouts and sitting around the fire pit with his family and friends reminiscing about the good times they shared. Family and friends were David’s passion and joy.
David had a very firm faith in God and had accepted Jesus Christ as his savior and we know he is at peace, looking down at us from Heaven.
Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of life memorial service held at Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School Street Webster, MA on Tuesday March 5, 2013 from 11:00am to 1:30pm. A graveside service will follow in North Cemetery, Oxford MA. A guest book is available at www.shaw-majercik.com.