Condolences for Bud Sinn





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Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family. All your relatives in Kansas are thinking about you and remember the times we were able to be together.

Greg and Melinda Sinn

Admin reply: Thank you for the warm thoughts and prayers, we all appreciate it and are blessed. My father will be missed deeply, his memories are cherished and I know you have a few of them as well.

Again, thank you for the kind and heartfelt words. Judy and the entire Bud Sinn Family


Added: April 12, 2016
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One of the greatest men that I think I have ever met. He was a true friend from the first time I shook his hand and said hello. I always enjoyed going out and going through the cows and looking at the Bulls, We made a trip one time to film cattle in Pinedale, we had a great time but said he would never do that again because I never drove with my hands I would drive with my knees and scared the hell out of him. We laughed about that for many years. Bud I will miss you like I say you are and will always be a great friend that I will never forget. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Admin reply: Thank you for you kind, heartfelt words. And yes I do know there were a few stories he had about "those" trips. I am honored that he was a "true" friend of yours and know that he appreciated you equally as well. I know that I only heard a few "snippets" of the story, but my father so enjoyed them and he enjoyed telling the story. Again, thank you for the kind words and your friendship with Dad! Judy


Added: April 8, 2016
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One of the greatest men that I think I have ever met. He was a true friend from the first time I shook his hand and said hello. I always enjoyed going out and going through the cows and looking at the Bulls, We made a trip one time to film cattle in Pinedale, we had a great time but said he would never do that again because I never drove with my hands I would drive with my knees and scared the hell out of him. We laughed about that for many years. Bud I will miss you like I say you are and will always be a great friend that I will never forget. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

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I ALWAYS enjoyed my time spent with a true stockman Bud Sinn. To see him walk thru a pen of big angus cows was always a treat for me. Bud could tell me each cow's dam and Sire, what kind of calf she raised last year and how he may breed her next year.
I know in the time I have known Bud, I cant think of too many vacations he took from the farm, and if so would be gone 6 to 7 days at the most.
The work ethic that Bud had was second to none, he has set the bar pretty high. He may have not been the fastest worker, but slow and steady wins every time. I will miss you greatly my fried. Godspeed

Admin reply: Thank you Dan! Yes he did enjoy his cattle and instead of having a "nugget of gold", he referred to the newest born cattle as his "black nuggets". He was very proud of the cattle and enjoyed them and yes he did know the genetics of each. Thank you for your friendship, stories and kind words. He will be missed. We appreciate it, Judy & the rest of Bud's Clan.


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