Owner Robert Sinclair also serves as a funeral director and embalmer, and has been associated with the funeral business for nearly fifty years. Born in 1949, he became the youngest licensed EMT in Pennsylvania and West Virginia at age 16, when funeral homes also seved as ambulance sevices. He attended Fishburn Military Academy, Allegeny College, the University of Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He became licensed in 1976, and was associated with two small funeral homes. During that time, he also worked for Aurora Casket Company. He holds licenses in North Carolina, Maryland and Pennsylvania. In 1996, he started Davie Funeral Service in Mocksville, and aquired Mackie-Gentry Funeral Home in 2000. In 2015, he acquired Reavis Funeral Home of Statesville and in 2016 he opened Davie Burial & Cremation Service of Lexington. He owns the funeral homes with his wife, Sue. He and Sue have two grown children, David and Emily, and two grandchildren, Bailey and Branden.
Owner Sue Sinclair also serves as an administrator. She graduated with honors in Funeral Service Education from Fayetteville Tech in May of 2006. She is married to Bob, and they have two grown children, Emily and David, and two granchildren, Branden and Bailey.
Rev. Timothy Sink
Funeral Director Apprentice
Tim Sink is a native of Lexington, NC, who has lived here all his life. He has two daughters. He began his funeral career with Davie Burial in October 2016; one of the original staff. Tim is a local Pastor at Maple Grove Church of the Brethren, who helps serve our families by assisting with officiating services for those who do not have a minister. He and his fiancé enjoy spending time with their girls at their family farm. Tim is a licensed apprentice through the North Carolina Board of Funeral Services. He is working to obtaining his Funeral Director license through Fayetteville Tech.
Tabatha D Galyon
Tabatha is a native of Dalton, Georgia, who moved to North Carolina in 2014. She began her funeral career in October of 2017. She brings with her a broad knowledge of administrative and people skills. Her most favorite past time is spending time with her first born grandson, Lo. She is the mother to Eithan, Ally, Hogan, and Harlee all of Georgia. She enjoys spending time with her fiance and step daughters at their farm. She enjoys working in her gardens, fishing, walking in the woods, and reading. We are honored to have her work with us and be a part of our family.
Gary joined our staff after retiring as a school teacher in the Exceptional Children's program for the Davidson County Schools. He was previously employed as a Director of Capital for a Japanese company supplying safety equipment directly into the automakers' assembly lines throughout the world. Gary holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. He worked in management in the apparel industry and sourced manufacturing facilities worldwide. Gary and his wife Karen have two children, Ryan and Beth, and four grandchildren, Jacob, Harrison, William, and Wesley.