ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Benard Sinclair who was born on June 25, 1980 and passed away on May 29, 1999. We will remember him forever. Share your prayers for his family (Maudrey and Lil' David). Please stop and share your stories / memories of his personality and spirit that we all miss as well...

Posted by Andre Myers on May 29, 2015
I remember that shit like it was yesterday still fucc wit my head. He was my bro me, him, bobby the wolfpacc smh everyday we was around each other man sorry y'all I can't do this sorry
Posted by Tashonda Broussard on May 27, 2015
I remember that day just like it was yesterday.... Receiving that call from Dre'!!! And me having to tell Bobby the news, he still thinks of you 'til this day! I was pregnant with me and Bobby's first and only son when you passed, I know he would've have made you his god father that's how close you two were..... Wish you could've have been here to meet our kids! RIP Woo.... Gone but Never forgotten!
Posted by Bryan Caldwell on May 26, 2015
I remember when Woo first moved to Dickinson...and we were on the field...and he was so competitive that he would cry...and in the huddle one game I said Bernard just chill and play homie....he went on to run 3 td's for us to win. Love you homie. REST IN GOD
Posted by Brandon Small on May 26, 2015
I remember wrestling jumping the fence spending long days and nights with Woo Bobby Louis Paul and Dre. Man these were the days. One of the Realist people in the crowd. Gone but never forgotten
Posted by David Payne on May 29, 2013
Missing Woo, especially today... his smile, his love of family, and his spirit, by friends and family. The song says it all.
Uncle David and Aunt Annie
Posted by David Payne on June 25, 2012
Happy BIRTHDAY, Woo, you are a part of our lives forever your spirit lives on.
Uncle David and Aunt Annie
Posted by David Payne on May 29, 2012
RIP we miss you, some times at night I often look up in the sky at the stars and I see you shining as bright as ever. We love U
Uncle David and Aunt Annie
Posted by Tareka Evans on May 29, 2012
Gone but not forgotten.. Thanks for sharing special moments with me that I will always cherish. You treated me like your little sister, I couldn't talk to other guys thank God for your protection. Whenever I needed you, you made a way to get by. Woo we had our best laughs the only boy that could come in my house when Linda wasn't home. I'm so glad I got to teach David and share memories.
Posted by LaVonia Petteway on May 29, 2012
I still remember when we were kids and we would run in grandmos house to watch fat albert and the gang and speed racer. Woo made sure that's what we watched at that specific time. I also remember this day like yesterday, my sister was graduating from high school and I got the call, what a tragic day for our family. One thing I know is we will see you again. Love lil cousin!! Vonia
Posted by David Davis on June 3, 2011
"Ain't it somethin, we came a long way together...... every step and day i kno you ridin wit me, i kno u neva left me, u still right here on and in my left chest...... I miss you in the physical form, but im mentally able to kno your right here......
Posted by Dormel Thompson on June 3, 2011
I remember the look on Woo's face when he got that yellow ride on tractor for Christmas! OMG!!! Everybody at Grammo's house (who knew about it) was just waiting for that response! What a response it was!!
Posted by Shun Wafer on June 1, 2011
Thinking about u this day as I make preparations for My youngest son's graduation... When I look at David and Corey and see your mannerism I see how u are still amongst us...No more pain....love u cousin
Posted by Moe Moore on June 1, 2011
We was closer than brothers I miss you soo much but I know you in a better place..... All the great memories I hold close to my heart I know u looking down on us from heaven until we meet again brah...... I luv you lil bro!!!!!
Posted by David Payne on May 18, 2011
Lost but never forgotten... we will always have loving memories of you and your spirit engraved forever within our hearts.
Uncle David and Aunt Annie

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Posted by Andre Myers on May 29, 2015
I remember that shit like it was yesterday still fucc wit my head. He was my bro me, him, bobby the wolfpacc smh everyday we was around each other man sorry y'all I can't do this sorry
Posted by Tashonda Broussard on May 27, 2015
I remember that day just like it was yesterday.... Receiving that call from Dre'!!! And me having to tell Bobby the news, he still thinks of you 'til this day! I was pregnant with me and Bobby's first and only son when you passed, I know he would've have made you his god father that's how close you two were..... Wish you could've have been here to meet our kids! RIP Woo.... Gone but Never forgotten!
Posted by Bryan Caldwell on May 26, 2015
I remember when Woo first moved to Dickinson...and we were on the field...and he was so competitive that he would cry...and in the huddle one game I said Bernard just chill and play homie....he went on to run 3 td's for us to win. Love you homie. REST IN GOD
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Shared by Moe Moore on June 1, 2011

I remeber being at the farm chilling on the tractor with Woo and grandpa......

I remember  they couldn't hold you on that basketball court and the 1st time you finally realized that I couldn't hold you either...... It was so funny he was going off and all I could do was just be honest and tell him "lil bro, you just better than me now" ....... Soon after that he was dunking on everybody in the gym!!!!!

I remember he had that hat on his t.v and he could be in a deep sleep but if you touch that hat he would wake up and say man put my hat down....... I remember everythang bro and I'll never let our memories of enjoying life together fade away......

Singing for the Lord

Shared by David Payne on May 19, 2011
Winnie Allen 9:55am May 19

 

I remember Woo singing in the Childrens Choir when he was about 6-7 years old and Rev. Liedy cheering him on "Come on Woo, sing for the Lord."