Dennis SINCENNES

SINCENNES Dennis Edward Joseph Sincennes passed away peacefully in Innisfail on November 6, 2006. Dennis was born on May 24, 1964 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan. Dennis worked in construction with his father and two brothers for many years. He was a fine craftsman working mostly in the Central Alberta region, but was always willing to take a job out of town or province. Dennis enjoyed being out with nature, camping, fishing and playing sports. Anytime there was a Stamps or Flames game on, there was sure to be a good time with Dennis. Dennis loved to spend time with his family. He could always get the kids wound up, then walk away and watch the fun he started. There was never a dull moment when he was around. The practical joker that he was always brought a smile to every ones face no matter whom, where and when. He was the first person to turn to when you had a problem and he would always do everything he could to make things right. Dennis is survived by his loving wife Kori of 22 years; two sons Kaulin and Trevor both of Innisfail; his father Rene Sincennes of Red Deer; mother Helene Nadeau (Bill) of Parksville B.C. along with three brothers Neil and wife Pat, and their sons James and Beau of Rimbey Ab.; Kevin and Candace, and Blaine all of Red Deer; father in law Lawrence and Sharon McInnes of Taber; sister in law Lisa and Norm Lundgren, Brandi and Andrew; one very special great Niece Hannah and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Dennis was predeceased by his mother in law Maryion McInnes; both paternal and maternal grandparents. In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made to the trust fund for Kaulin and Trevor at the Alberta Treasury Branch in Innisfail. Dennis we all love you, miss you, and will never forget you!!! With lots of love from his family and friends. A private family service will be held. Relatives and friends are invited to meet with the family for a time of fellowship and refreshments in the Church Hall of Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church (4303-49th Ave. Innisfail) on Friday November 10, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. As a memorial tribute to Dennis Sincennes a tree will be planted in the Tree Memorial Park (Innisfail) by INNISFAIL FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORIUM 4415- 49th St. Innisfail Telephone 227-0006


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