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It is with unimaginable sadness that we announce the passing of David Sincennes. He was a proud father of two sons leaving behind Patrick (Bethany) and Kevin (Kelly). He adored his grandchildren Beaumont and Dylan and is survived by his sister Diane (Raymond) his niece Julie (Marc). He was born on May 22, 1951, to loving parents, Rosario Sincennes and Therese Rossignol.
David lived surrounded amongst cherished friends and had the incredible ability to turn regular moments into memorable times. He was loved by all that had the chance to meet him, and had lasting impression on many lives by sharing his sense of humour, passing along unique nicknames, or offering a drink to anyone who visited him. He was a kind, funny, charismatic, hard-working man who will not be forgotten.
On December 2, 2021, he passed peacefully in his sleep at the age of 70. A celebration of David’s life is planned to take place in January 2022 where friends and family members can share the stories he can no longer tell. Details will be shared in the near future.

C’est avec une tristesse inimaginable que nous annonçons le décès de David Sincennes. Il était fier père de deux fils, laissant derrière lui Patrick (Bethany) et Kevin (Kelly). Il adorait ses petits-enfants Beaumont et Dylan et laisse dans le deuil sa soeur Diane (Raymond) sa nièce Julie (Marc). Il est né le 22 mai 1951 de parents Rosario Sincennes et Thérèse Rossignol.
David vivait entouré de bons amis et avait la capacité incroyable de transformer des moments réguliers en temps mémorables. Il était aimé par tous ceux qui ont eu la chance de le rencontrer et a marqué de nombreuses vies en partageant son sens de l’humour, en transmettant des surnoms uniques, ou en offrant un verre ceux qui lui ont rendu visite. C’était un homme gentil, drôle, charismatique, travailleur qui ne sera pas oublié.
Le 2 décembre 2021, il est décédé paisiblement dans son sommeil à l’âge de 70 ans. Une célébration de la vie de David est prévue en janvier 2022 où amis et membres de la famille pourront partager les histoires qu’il ne peut plus raconter. Détails à suivre.

5 responses to “SINCENNES, David”

  1. Kevin Rodrigues says:

    Rest in peace Dave!

    From being our hockey trainer growing up to our daily chats at 22 Eddy about the Sens and how bad our golf games were… Nothing but great memories and laughs were had over the past 25+ years I’ve known you!

    I will miss your stories, your kindness and most of all your big smile!

    You will always be a legend in my books Dave, thanks for the memories and rest easy pal!

  2. Claude Belisle says:

    Mes sympathies à la familles 🙏🙏🙏💖💖

  3. Hélène Crevier says:

    Our most sincere symphathy Patrick to you, Beth, your son Beaumont & all members of the Sincenne family for the sudden loss of Dave.

    He was a much loved & appreciated person by everyone who had the privilege of crossing his path.

    Gilbert & Hélène Crevier

  4. Michel Guilbeault says:

    A dear friend with whom I have more than 40 years of great memories. Your sense of humour, caring personality and devoted friendship will be missed but never forgotten. Thanks for being such a great buddy. Love you forever.

  5. Steven Szczygiel says:

    Dee & I are deeply saddened & truly sorry for your loss.
    Dave, was such a wonderful person.
    Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope.
    He will live on in our memories forever.
    Our heartfelt condolences.

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