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Allan tragically died in the devastating Christchurch Earthquake. He was a doctor who was worknig at The Clinic in the CTV building when the 6.4 quake hit the city. He is one of scores of people believed to have been in the building when it collapsed and caught fire.

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    • Allan Sinclair

      I have only just discovered that Allan has died in such sad circumstances .... my memories of him and Frances date back to when their relationship developed whilst working with them both at the RLI in Lancaster... He was a lovely warm, caring and compassionate man who loved his family dearly. My heart goes out to Francis, Alaistair and Harry. With love to you all. RIP Allan. Anita

      Anita Powell. Lancaster, United Kingdom. Wednesday, August 14, 2013

    • i miss the man

      He was awesome along time ago when i was just a young boy he helped me out after i was diagnosed with dyslexia, dispraxia (don't know how to spell it) and autism. i've only just heard about his death as my mum kept it secret all this time until now. heres hoping hes in a better place as i will always remember the kind hearted man who helped me get through some problems earlier in life. and i hope there are many others out there who will also remember him for what he did to help them. to me he will always be my hero

      Sean. United Kingdom. Wednesday, February 22, 2012

    • I was privileged to have been tended to by Dr Sinclair when my own doctor was away. I was so very blessed by his gentle and kind nature and his patience and respect for me (and I am sure the same applied to every person he helped). We have lost more than a good doctor, we have also lost someone with a lovely and caring heart for others. To his family I pray for God's provision and comfort beyond our human understanding as you grieve the loss of your lovely husband and father.

      Paulette Rennie. New Zealand. Sunday, March 27, 2011

    • doctor alan sinclair

      you helped me and my whanau so much i cant described how much you mean to us. my aroha goes out to your wife and sons AROHA YOU WERE BLESSED WITH THE MOST HUMBLE PERSON I HAVE MET OXOXOX

      HINE te karu. chistchurch, New Zealand. Tuesday, March 15, 2011

    • Dr Sinclair was my GP at Darwen Health Centre in the 90's and he was a fantastic GP and was a lovely man. So very sorry to hear this sad news, my heart goes out to his family. R.I.P

      Lisa Bateson. Essex, United Kingdom. Tuesday, March 15, 2011

    • RIP

      I had the pleasure of working with Dr. Sinclair when he worked at Darwen Health Centre, he was as gentle with the staff as he was with his patients. I am so sorry to hear this tragic news and my thoughts and prayers are with Frances and the boys. Angela Brindle

      ANGELA BRINDLE. Darwen, United Kingdom. Wednesday, March 09, 2011

    • We are sincerely sorry for the loss of your husband and father. He was a lovely, sweet, kind man, softly spoken and always smiling. We know that this is devastating for you all. Life is very unfair, but we are sure Allan will live on in each of you and will be with you for always. Frances, Alistair and Harry we send you so much love. The O'Neil Family xxx

      Anna O'Neil. Christchurch, New Zealand. Monday, March 07, 2011

    • sorry and our prayers .may you rest in peace, it hurts and we know its not fair but our sympathy and prayers will forever be with your families and loved ones.

      shareen prasad

      shareen prasad. christchurch, New Zealand. Sunday, March 06, 2011

    • Kind Man

      Dr Sinclair looked after me and was a kind caring person. My heart goes out to his family.

      Darryl Joines. Christchurch, New Zealand. Sunday, March 06, 2011

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