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As the community grieves the loss of a father, husband and friend, the outpouring of support and generosity continues in the form of donations to Tanner Sinclair’s family.

As the community grieves the loss of a father, husband and friend, the outpouring of support and generosity continues in the form of donations to Tanner Sinclair’s family.

The 27 year old died early Tuesday morning in hospital after he was stabbed in Whitehorse’s Copper Ridge neighbourhood.

An online fund raiser for his pregnant wife, Whitney Sandulak, and their three year old daughter, Keele, has raised more than $65,000 so far. Sandulak is due in September.

“They were very much in love,” Ann Asquith, owner of The Studio in Granger, where Sandulak works as an administrator, told the Star.

“He was a real family guy. He must have phoned her or texted her at least four times a day every day. He would drop by (the studio) and see her. He would walk in the door, just a great big, really handsome guy. He would completely fill the doorway.”

It was Sinclair’s birthday last week, Asquith said, and Sandulak organized a party and cooked for him.

“He was a wonderful father,” Asquith said.

“You could tell he just adored his wife, adored his daughter, was really excited about the upcoming baby.” Ann Asquith

Asquith’s own husband died in a plane crash when her children were five and six. She felt compelled to help Sandulak and started a fund raiser at The Studio.

“You can pretend all you like that money isn’t important, but it’s critical at this time,” she said.

“She’s going to need an awful lot of money. It’s expensive bringing up two kids. And you almost want to treat them to more things because they haven’t got a daddy.”

Sinclair worked at Glacier Drilling in Whitehorse and spent years working as a sheep hunting guide. He was a native of Pincher Creek, Alta.

Sinclair and his father are well known in the hunting community

Condolences, comments and photos of Sinclair have been posted on several online hunting message boards. To donate to the fund set up by The Studio, call 456 2748. Saturday at the Circle D Ranch near Whitehorse.

Meanwhile, RCMP continue to search for the suspect in Sinclair’s killing, 32 year old Michael Thomas MacPherson.

He is considered armed and dangerous.

They announced Thursday they had found one of two cars associated with MacPherson but are also looking for an older red Toyota Corolla.

It has several dents and may have the Yukon licence plate number HHS50.

Police said MacPherson has connections in British Columbia and Saskatchewan and may have left Whitehorse.
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