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William Carter Sink

July 1, 1953 — September 3, 2023



William (Bill) Carter Sink, 70, passed away on Sunday, September 3, 2023, at his home in Midlothian, TX.


Those who knew Bill knew he loved God and family. That fueled everything else.


He is survived by his wife, Linda, and his three children and eight grandchildren: his daughter Christi (Paul) and their children Ryan, Michael and Raegan; his son Christopher (Gina) and their children Gabrielle and Jonathan; and his daughter Kristen (Ben) and their children Jacob, Oliver and Emma.


A Washington, D.C. native, Bill was known by many titles: meat cutter, cabinetmaker, firefighter, innkeeper, Royal Ranger commander, Kings Court director, and church deacon. A family man, his most treasured titles were husband, dad, and grandad.


Bill met and married the love of his life, Linda, on December 7, 1974. They celebrated 48 years of marriage this past year. He was one of the hardest workers you’d ever meet, and taught all of the kids and grands the value of hard work, education, and the importance of putting God first in their life.


He loved Gospel music, BBQ, serving in Royal Rangers Outpost 8, and running the Weary Traveler Inn as chef and innkeeper. But nothing put a smile on his face quite like cooking in the kitchen or at the grill, or making small talk with anyone who would listen. He always made sure his family knew, “love you more”.


Bill’s faith drove and sustained his life. He is finally healed, whole, and with his Savior. And because of Jesus, we celebrate his homegoing, knowing we have Hope because death is not the end.


“It is right for us to weep, but there is no need for us to despair. They had pain here. They have no pain there. They struggled here. They have no struggles there. You and I might wonder why God took them home. But they don't. They understand. They are, at this very moment, at peace in the presence of God." Max Lucado

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