In Memory of Darren Noah Sinclair (Whoopie)
"A Letter to You"
Not a day goes by that I don't think of you. A thought, a smile, a memory, praying out loud and mentioning your name, or even at times hearing your voice (Gay - You Know Better Than Dat)! Have you left us? Really? Your powerful spirit tells me differently. At times I can hear your voice plain as day - "Gay, you're going be all right. Love you sis."
Although I am only four years older than you, Whoop, you were more than just a younger brother to me. You were my big brother, father, and friend. I will always miss you and love you forever. One thing I know for sure, I will see you again - Love you Whoopie - You ran a good race!
Multiple myeloma is cancer of plasma cells, a type of white blood cell in the bone marrow. Myeloma affects the cycle of bone building and breakdown, causing too much bone destruction and overproduction of calcium in the blood. Myeloma can also damage the kidneys, reduce immune response, and disrupts the production of blood cells in the bone marrow.
To learn more about this disease, please visit
I am hoping to raise $20K this year in the support of the International Myeloma Foundation in search for a cure. This cancer has affected every one of our family members and friend's lives in many ways; therefore, I decided to make a difference - In Jesus' Name, Amen.
For all donations in the amount of $15.00 or more, the donor will receive this 'Emerald Blessing Bag' as a gift.
Tee-shirts with Darren's favorite saying: "You Know Better Than Dat" sell for $25.00.
Adult and Youth sizes available (please indicate your T-Shirt Size with your donation under the Personal Note Section of the donation form)
Thank you for your support!
If you would like to support, you may do so by clicking on the DONATE button above. Or you can send a check, payable to:
International Myeloma Foundation
Attn: Suzanne Battaglia
12650 Riverside Drive. Suite 206
North Hollywood, CA 91607
Please note in the Memo/For Line: Sinclair
All proceeds to benefit the International Myeloma Foundation