EUSTIS, Fla. – Mr. Gordon Sinclair, 58, died July 5, 2008, of cancer at Cornerstone Hospice House. Mr. Sinclair was born Aug. 14, 1949, in Dexter, son of Garfield Mac-kenzie and Marilyn Sinclair. After graduation from Newport High School in 1969, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served two combat tours in Vietnam. He received three Army Commendation Medals for heroism, while serving as a door gunner and crew chief with Troup D, 1st Squadron, 10th Cavalry, 4th Infantry Division. He was honorable discharged in 1972. Mr. Sinclair was a member of Appaloosa Horse Club and loved to ride his horse, Flash, in Semonile State Forest. Mr. Sinclair is survived by his wife of 23 years, Jeffra of New York; his mother, Marilyn Sinclair of Maine; his father, Garfield Mackenzie of Maine; his two biological daughters, Tina and Kelly Slade of Massachusetts; a very special honorary daughter, Tena Burton, who was as close to his heart as any daughter could be, and her two children, Mackenzie, his namesake, and Devon; three half sisters, Dorothy Patton of Lumber Bridge, N.C., Wanda Norris of Caledonia, N.Y., and Teresa Cook of Churchville, N.Y.; a half brother, Gary Mackenzie of Willow Springs, N.C.; several cousins and more friend than can be counted. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation in Gordon’s name to the American Cancer Society or your nearest horse rescue.