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Sandy Lockwood

February 11, 1949 - October 29, 2020
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Obituary

Sandy Lockwood age 71, of Lima passed away Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020 at the Meadows of Delphos. She was born Feb. 11, 1949 in Lima to the late Wayne K. and Alice K. Myers Crawford. She married John H. Lockwood Aug. 2, 1969 and he survives.
Sandy was a member of Shawnee United Methodist and also attended Salem United Methodist Church in Wapak. She loved singing and traveling, one of her favorite trips was a motorcycle trip through the Smokies.
Additional survivors include sons: Scott (Melissa) Lockwood of Louisville, KY and Michael (Angie) Lockwood of Lima, 9 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren, a brother Ken (Pat) Crawford of Lima and sister Mickie (Jim) Lockwood of Upper Arlington, in-laws: David (Hope) Lockwood of Homestead, FL, Greg Lockwood of Lima and Lynda Lockwood of Wapakoneta.
Do to COVID, a private celebration of life will be held at Shawnee United Methodist on Sunday with Pastors Bryan Bucher and Lynda Lockwood officiating. Burial of cremation remains will be in Shawnee Cemetery at a later date.
Memorial contributions may be given to Shawnee or Salem United Methodist Churches or to the charity of the donor’s choice.

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Born: February 11, 1949
Died: October 29, 2020

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Marcia and Pete Foley posted on 11/6/20

Our most heartfelt condolences go out to you. Sandy will be sadly missed by everyone who knew her.

 

paul d shenk posted on 11/6/20

John and family. I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Sandy! A lovely lady with a ready smile, she sure will be missed! John, I will keep you in my prayers and I know that you will look to God to comfort your heart and keep you going!

 

Cathy Wynne posted on 11/5/20

Crawford family So sorry for your loss. Hoping your fond memories and love of Sandy will give you happiness in your hearts at this time of your loss. Praying for you John and Cathy Wynne

 

Larry / Sue Adams posted on 11/4/20

John & Family, We just learned of Sandy's passing. Words can't take the place of all the years of memories of our marathon motorcycle trips & many, many sprited Canasta games. You guys were great friend to both Sue & me. We are so sorry to hear of her death, We will miss here greatly

 

Carol Baker posted on 11/4/20

Loved Sandy. We were prayer partners on one of the many Emmaus Walks we served on. Remained prayer partners for life. God bless you and comfort you knowing she once again can sing. There is new member in the heavenly choir. Peace.

 

Bob and Chris Friedman posted on 11/3/20

Our deepest condolences to all the family. You are continually in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Cathy (Landfair) Kelloes posted on 11/3/20

I am so sorry to hear of Sandy 's passing. I send my condolences to her family and friends. I knew Sandy in high school, and I always thought she was the sweetest girl.

 

Carolyn Kilgore posted on 11/3/20

Mike, Angie, and family....sorry for your loss....our thoughts and prayers are with all of you... Ben and Carolyn Kilgore

 

Carolyn Kilgore posted on 11/3/20

In memory of Sandy Lockwood, Carolyn Kilgore lit a candle

 

Jane Bushong posted on 11/3/20

Prayers to John and family, anyone who knew Sandy loved her. She will be missed.

 

Jane Bollinger Adams posted on 11/3/20

My deepest sympathy to the family of Sandy. She was a wonderful, beautiful loving person from the first day I met her until this year. I will miss her sweet smile and her gracious nature. Her sense of humor was also above and beyond. John, you have my sympathy for the loving woman who is gone from your life now, but will be reunited with you at the end of your journy Love to all......prayers for all.....

 

Lana Fuerst posted on 11/3/20

So very sorry. We have lost one of the best. Prayers and thoughts to John and the family. Lana

 

Andrew Germain posted on 11/3/20

From her family across the seas in Wales and Portugal, we met such few times, our thoughts are with her loved ones. The Germain's.

 

Kris Freels posted on 11/2/20

John so sorry for your loss. May the angels wrap their arms around you for comfort.

 

Kathryn Germain posted on 11/2/20

Sending love to John and all of the family in your time of loss.

 

Connie Best posted on 11/2/20

My thoughts and prayers are with John and family. So sorry for your loss.

 

Veronica Fox posted on 11/2/20

She was a great lady. Very kind. Enjoyed riding with her and John at Shawnee Methodist. Enjoy heaven Sandy!

 

Judy Neu Parranto posted on 11/2/20

I pray that God surrounds all of you with His loving grace. You have my deepest sympathies.

 

Sue Ann Shaw posted on 11/2/20

Sandy will be greatly missed. Such a sweet smile and gentle, giving nature. An asset to the church and to the choir. And she loved her family! Always so proud of them.

 

David Henderson posted on 11/2/20

Mike I'm so sorry for your loss please know you and your family are in our thoughts and we pray for you and your family to have peace and comfort in this trying time . Dave and Mary Henderson

 

Bob and Janice Lockwood posted on 11/2/20

Dear Sandy, your time here on Earth has been of fond memories for all of those who knew you and loved you, your impact on everyone's lives will not be soon forgotten, Words alone cannot express our sorrow but believing where you are now allows no more suffering and for that, we are happy to know we will meet you again. Thank you for being such a kind and loving soul and may God bless you with his divine plans.

 

Mark and Tina Basinger posted on 11/2/20

You all are in our thoughts and prayers. It was so great to re-connect with Sandy and John so many years after we were at OSU. Sandy will be missed by many as she joins our great Cloud of Witnesses.

 

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