Cecil Lockyer Obituary, Death – The death of their cherished husband, father, grandpa, and brother is something that the family of the late Cecil Lockyer of Point au Gaul, who lived in Point au Gaul, announces with a heavy heart today. On Wednesday, August 30th, 2023, Cecil died away in a calm and serene manner at the Burin Peninsula Health Care Centre. He was 77 years old.
He will be remembered for his large smile, big heart, and kind attitude, as well as his immense love for his family and his love for being outside. He also had a deep appreciation for nature. The time that Cecil was able to spend with his family, especially in the great outdoors with his son and grandchildren, was something that he treasured. In most cases, you could find him either shooting birds, collecting berries, planting vegetables in his garden, cutting wood with his grandson, or enjoying time at his cabin. Everyone who knew and loved him will miss him tremendously now that he is gone.
Caroline, his wife of 56 years, his children Wayne Lockyer (Kim) of Point au Gaul, Margaret Hannebury (Mark) of Paradise, Amanda Keats (Lorne) of Milton, and Tracey Lockyer (Harvey Fitzpatrick of Mount Pearl; seven grandchildren, Christopher, Brandon (Kristen), Amber, Caitlyn, Cody, Laura, and Joshua; his sisters Melinda Benteau (Clem) and Rita Parsons (P
Cecil’s parents, Bridget and Joseph Lockyer, as well as his in-laws, Margaret and Cyril Savoury, as well as his grandchildren, Jordan Keats and Jacob Hannebury, as well as his siblings, Peter James Lockyer (Mary Ann), George Lockyer, Avelina Fitzpatrick (Peter), Philomena Stacey (Ted), and Mercedes Haley (Bill), all passed away before Cecil did.
On Monday, September 4th, 2023, between the hours of 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM, as well as 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM, members of the Lockyer Family will be present at The Church of the Most Holy Rosary in Point May, Newfoundland to greet guests. On Tuesday, September 5th, 2023 at twelve o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a Mass of Christian Burial held at the Church of the Most Holy Rosary in Point May, Newfoundland.