Bruce Sinclair
Swan-Law Funeral Directors
501 North Cascade Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO
Some of his memories included teaching English, grammar and spelling to ice skaters who went on to win Olympic medals and other accolades. The skaters trained at the Broadmoor World Arena, which at that time, was located next to the Broadmoor Hotel. They attended Cheyenne schools for their academics.
1926 - 6/18/21
Longtime educator, Bruce Sinclair, passed away 6/18/21 at the age of 95. He started teaching in the Cheyenne School District in 1954 and later became the junior high principal. He was with the district for over 30 years.
His children have read many notes written by former students over the years expressing their gratitude for his positive influence and compassion, which in some cases, totally changed their lives.
To read his full obituary, go to the July 4th or 7th obituaries section in The Gazette.
A Memorial Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, July 12, at St. Paul Catholic Church, 9 El Pomar Road. A reception will be held following Mass in the Julie Penrose Hall attached to the church. If you're unable to attend the Mass, please join us for the reception at 12:15 p.m. or shortly thereafter.

Published by The Gazette on Jul. 7, 2021.
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Memorial Mass
St. Paul Catholic Church
9 El Pomar Road, CO
Funeral services provided by:
Swan-Law Funeral Directors
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Mr. Bruce Thank you for letting me be your Caregiver and getting to know you in a short time. I know your with your Beautiful wife dancing to Glen Miller! You were truly Blessed to have your beautiful family with you.
Juliana Lausterer
July 9, 2021
Dear Jan and family, I am so sorry for your loss! I will always remember Bruce, he was an exceptional man!
Corinne Cannone Giacobbi
July 9, 2021
A long time wonderful neighbor Mr Sinclair has been to us! We will miss seeing him take his walks, talking with him when doing so, watching him last year as we paraded around the neighborhood celebrating his 95th birthday, seeing he and Mrs Sinclair out for dinner at the Mason Jar! Lisa has been a real gem throughout. Forever in our hearts Mr Sinclair keep on dancing with your bride
Bill and Debbie Broderick
July 8, 2021
Mr. Sinclair was kind to me as an awkward 7th grade student enrolling well into the Fall of '64 school year.
Christopher Smith
July 6, 2021
Mr. Sinclair was my principal while I attended CMJH in the late 70´s. I was a very quiet, shy kid who was so gawky and tall. He would tell me to stand tall and be confident. I have very fond memories of him and my thoughts and prayers are with his children.
Sandy Haigh
July 4, 2021
My sincere sympathy to the Sinclair family. Bruce was a wonderful principal and friend during the years I taught at CMJHS. It was great to reconnect with him in the late 1990's when he became a member of COSNUG, our senior computer club. He will truly be missed by family and his many friends. God Bless.
Ilene Steinkruger
July 2, 2021
Remember having a couple of talks with MR. Sinclair. He knew my farther Fred Dickinson as a fellow principal and educator in Colorado Springs. He would tell me "I know you are a better student than your grades show." Work hard and be a better student. It took me to my senior year to sink in.
Dan Dickinson Class of 1967 CMHS
July 1, 2021
What a nice tribute to your Dad. I just looked and he signed my 1961 yearbook when I was in 8th grade. Love that picture and recognized him immediately. I'm sure you have wonderful memories to help during this sad time.
Donald L Patterson
June 30, 2021
Mr. Sinclair was one of my teachers and principal in Woodland Park when I was in high school. He was a great teacher and was also teacher of my husband Merlin Cummins. My deepest sympathy to his family.
marilyn cummins
June 30, 2021
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