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Elizabeth Ann Sinclair


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Elizabeth Ann Sinclair Obituary
October 12, 1926 - December 23, 2017 Born in Columbus, Ohio, Elizabeth Ann Sinclair was a gorgeous, vibrant and vivacious young girl who became a poised and striking young woman. Ann embarked on a brief modeling career in her early 20's in New York and Miami before moving to Los Angeles with her mother and meeting the love of her life Sydney Sinclair on a blind date. Ann married Sydney in 1949 and their son Murray was born in 1950. Aside from supporting Sydney in his efforts with the Sinclair Paint Company, Ann dedicated her life to Murray, her mother, and two sisters, Clare and Sare, and brother Marty, who eventually moved to Los Angeles. Ann was self-less in her dedication to her family, never thinking of herself and always catering to the needs of others. She was thoughtful and wise in a disarming, unpretentious way, and she was spirited and kind. She had a way of making people smile when they interacted with her. When Murray married Judi and their children Lauren and Samuel entered the world, Ann's life was complete. She adored her grandchildren and did everything within her power to nurture their confidence and curiosity about life. She loved to golf and travel with Sydney, but most of all, loved to just be with her family. She also had an affinity for dachshunds and treasured their companionship over the years. After breaking her hip earlier this month, Ann could not recover; however, she died peacefully early on the morning of December 23, 2017. Ann was predeceased by her siblings and Sydney. She will be deeply missed by everyone who had the good fortune to know her. Murray, Judi, Lauren and Sam, who survive her, cherish their memories of her. The family had a private graveside ceremony at Hillside Memorial Park on December 26, 2017. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, 8700 Beverly Boulevard, Suite 2416, Los Angeles, California 90048, or to other charitable organizations supporting Jewish women or dachshund rescue: dachshundrescueoflosangeles.com.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Dec. 24 to Dec. 27, 2017
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