On April 5, 2019, our little angel, Sinclaire, went to be in Heaven. Though not yet five months old, she will always be a precious gift and memory for our loving, large family and friends. She was just learning to coo at her Mommy and Daddy and smile at her big brothers, always in wonder of the world around her. Sinclaire will be remembered dearly by her parents, Sarah and Ryan Breedlove, and two brothers, Sawyer and Elliott Breedlove of Shreveport. She is mourned by her maternal grandmother, Linda Levy, and two uncles, David and Phillip Levy, all of Shreveport, and maternal great-grandmother Sarah B. Powell of Greenwood, Mississippi. She is also remembered by her paternal grandparents, Phyllis and Robert Breedlove, Jr., and paternal great-grandparents, Elizabeth and Earl Morgan, all of Natchitoches. Her loving aunts and uncles include Ashley (Trey) Hennigan of The Woodlands, Texas, and Erin (Michael) Lee of Prairieville, Louisiana and their children – Sinclaire’s cousins Madison, Noah, and Anne Catherine of The Woodlands and Paige Elizabeth of Prairieville. Sinclaire is preceded in death by her maternal grandfather, Howell Dickson “Dick” Levy, maternal great grandparents Uther S. and M. Howell Levy and James H. Powell, and by her paternal great-grandparents Henrietta and Robert Breedlove, Sr. Sinclaire’s godparents are Lindsey Starkey and Travis Tyler. Pallbearers include David Levy, Phillip Levy, Trey Hennigan, Michael Lee, Jack Crowell, Michael Tipton, and Travis Tyler. Family and friends will gather for a memorial mass at the chapel at Holy Angels in Shreveport on Tuesday, April 9th at 11:00 A.M. A private graveside service will be held at the American Cemetery in Natchitoches. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Holy Angels, 10450 Ellerbe Rd., Shreveport, LA 71106. The following was adapted from an Unknown Author: Though I have gone before you, It will never mean goodbye. For I have left my heart with you, So please don’t always cry. The love that’s deep within me… Shall reach you from the stars. You’ll feel it from the heavens, And it will heal the scars.