Luke Levi Sinclair, 24, formerly of Maumelle, departed this life Saturday, Sept. 26, 2009, in New Orleans, La.

Luke was born April 3, 1985, in Pine Bluff. He attended schools in Pine Bluff, White Hall and Conway. He graduated from Aspen Ranch in Loa, Utah. 

Luke exemplified a genuine model of servanthood. He volunteered a great amount of time and energy to the causes in which he believed. 

Luke was a member of the NRA and was a defender of the Second Amendment. 

He was active in Alcoholics Anonymous where he eagerly mentored people to the program and shared his Christian testimony and led many to the Lord. 

Luke attended Vineyard Church in Kenner, La. As his final act of service, organs were donated to offer a richer life to others.

Luke will be remembered as a reserved, yet fiercely loyal personality. 

He had an insatiable appetite for exploring nature and all its wonders. 

It was a completely normal occurrence to find him off hunting, camping, fishing, four wheeling or target shooting. 

If he got the opportunity, a trip down a snow-packed slope would have been a genuine delight, too. Adventures in life and business were frequent practices for Luke. From the time he was old enough to do it, Luke always worked hard. He left Arkansas to form Sinclair Construction in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. 

Visitation will be Wednesday at Roller McNutt Funeral Home in Conway from 6-8 p.m. Luke’s memorial service is scheduled on Thursday at First Presbyterian Church in Conway at 10:30 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations are made in Luke’s memory to Make a Wish Foundation or First Presbyterian Church of Conway.

Luke was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Burt Sinclair of Shallowater, Texas.

Survivors include his parents, Tom and Cindy Sinclair; and his sister, Abby, of Maumelle; maternal grandparents, Ray and Carolyn Gressett of Spearman, Texas; and paternal grandmother, Sallie Sinclair of Shallowater, Texas. In addition, he leaves behind aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends.

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