Sinclair Chapman Death, Obituary- Since their wedding on May 30, 2004, Mr. Sinclair and the woman formerly known as Susan A. Horender Horton have been cohabitating as a married couple in the same residence. At the wedding, which was held at the Beardslee Castle in Little Falls and was attended by the bride’s family, the bride’s brother, Justice Loren Horender, served as the officiant.
Before coming back to the United States on June 11, 2004, the newlyweds enjoyed their time together on their honeymoon in the states of Maine and Nova Scotia. Between the years 1974 and 1976, he had been enlisted in the Navy of the United States of America. Mr. Sinclair was known for his deep faith in Christianity as well as his generosity and compassion for other people.
In addition to being a participant in the activities of the organization and a member of the Saratoga Rotary Club, he was a Boy Scout leader in Glens Falls for more than a decade and served the community in that capacity. He was an inspirational speaker and was active in a variety of programs that were geared toward children and teenagers. His primary mission in life was to foster relationships with young people and hang out with them for the express purpose of enjoying themselves.
Because he could communicate with them in their own tongue, it was straightforward for young people to relate to him on their own level. He was the kind of person who took pleasure in being physically active and taking part in a variety of different athletic activities. At one point in his life, he decided that he wanted to study landscaping and enrolled in classes at the University of Maryland in order to fulfill this goal. At one time in his life, he operated the “ServiceMaster” franchise that was located in Glens Falls as both the owner and operator of the business. After that, he went on to launch his own business, which he named “All-Pro” Cleaning Services and locate it in the same area where he had been employed in the past.