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Brian James Lockyer
June 21, 1957 ~ January 28, 2024 (age 66) 66 Years Old
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In Loving Memory of Brian James Lockyer June 21, 1957 - January 28, 2024
It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Brian James Lockyer on Sunday, January 28, 2024 at the age of sixty-six.
Brian was born on June 21, 1957 to Jim and Bessie Lockyer and is survived by his loving wife Calann, son Tom (Courtney), and daughters Tammy (Mike) and Tanya (Ian) and ‘Tigger’ (cat) his sidekick. His quick wit and sense of humour will live on in his grandsons Josh, Ryder and Cannon and his granddaughters Katelyn and Hope. Brian is also survived by his sister Karen Maguire (Bernard – predeceased), brother in law Rob Pearson (Diane) and nieces Kari and Jennifer and nephews Michael, Christopher and Stewart.
He is predeceased by Betty Ann Pearson and Aggie White.
Brian had an early interest in horses and loved his horse ‘Thunder.’ As he grew older, his interests extended to baseball, hockey and a variety of what he referred to as his many “money maker” toys including snowmobiles and motorcycles. He had a passion for his bush lots where he spent countless hours cutting wood, hunting, breaking trail and fishing on Lake Manitou. He looked forward to annual ‘Family Day’ weekends where he would pride himself when he earned a spot on the coveted ‘Family Fish Derby’ plaque. He thoroughly enjoyed a good cup of coffee, no matter how far he had to travel to get one. Brian also loved sharing stories and pictures from his many travels across Northern Ontario and the U.S on his beloved Harley. On the job site, there was no piece of equipment “Lucky” couldn’t operate and so he spent many years In the construction industry, both on and off the island.
Funeral Service will be held on Friday, February 2nd at 4:00 pm (Visitation at 3:00 pm) at the Island Funeral Home in Little Current, ON. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.