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Carter Lockhart

1989 ~ 2018 (age 29)

Carter Dale Lockhart passed in peace on Monday, October 29, 2018 at the age of twenty-nine in Regina, Saskatchewan. His wife, Heather, along with immediate family members; parents (Dale & Shirley), sisters (Jennifer, Kristal, and Emma), nieces (Nikita, Danika, and Vienna), and nephew (Liam), and many loved ones who dearly miss Carter, wait with eager hearts and look forward to seeing him again one day.

Carter made an abrupt, if not memorable entrance into life, nearly being born on the University Bridge in Saskatoon on May 12, 1989; he was the third born child of Dale and Shirley. He was brought up through the Church and a Christian household, eventually being baptized, volunteering his time to be a Junior Deacon, and involved with the Worship Team playing piano and singing.

Carter was a master of many trades and hobbies, such as his love of Taekwondo,  cooking, baking, reading, music, and acting with the Paper Bag Players. He had a passion and immense knowledge about video and board games, which he loved to teach others about. Carter was part of the Yorkton Gamer Guild.  He enjoyed being around his loved ones, and was always present when someone needed him. Carter’s selfless acts made him loved by many around him, therefore joy was felt instantly when Carter was here with us.

Carter received an outstanding performance award when he graduated with his Business Diploma in Yorkton at the Parkland College in 2009, and he was then hired at Parker Quine shortly after that, and also worked at Leon’s in their finance division. Carter then decided it was time for him to return to school to finish his degree. He convocated with a Bachelor in Business Administration, majoring in Accounting, at the U of R in 2014. Carter worked in Regina for the Government of Saskatchewan in the finance department. Carter was devoted to his job, and the requirements that came along, including helping other co-workers, and stepping up to finish high priority tasks. Carter later met Heather Holcomb from Amarillo, Texas,  over the internet, and eventually married her on October 10, 2015 in Yorkton, SK. Carter was an important member to our family and will be regarded highly as a wonderful Grandson, Son, Brother, Uncle, and loving Husband, and will be missed dearly.

Carter is predeceased by his Grandfathers, William Dan Lutz and Lorne Lockhart; his Uncle, Raymond Lockhart; his Father in Law, Donald Holcomb; and his Step-Grandfather Arthur Feige. Carter leaves to mourn his wife Heather, mother in law Dixie Holcomb, and sister in Law Shea White; his Parents, Dale and Shirley Lockhart, his 3 Sisters; Jennifer Lockhart (Liam & Vienna), Kristal Lockhart (Nikita & Danika), and Emma Lockhart, and his Grandmothers, Edna Lockhart and Joyce Lutz, as well as his Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.

Our family would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the Regina Police Services, extended family and friends who sent food, flowers, donations, and kind thoughts and prayers our way. The family would also like to thank Pastor Brian from Heritage Baptist Church as well as supporting staff who provided the luncheon. Pattie Janzen and family for the special music performed, to Christie’s Funeral Home for arrangements, and to Kerry Geddes at Grower Direct Flowers. Special thanks go out to the Pallbearers, and those who have offered their support. Lastly, a final thank you to everyone who attended to celebrate Carter’s beautiful life on November 7, 2018 at the Heritage Baptist Church. Donations in Carter’s memory can be made to Canadian Mental Health Association (SK division).

Donations may be made to:

Canadian Mental Health Association - SK Division
2702 12th Avenue, Regina SK S4T 1J2
Tel: 1-306-525-5601
Email: contactus@cmhask.com
Web: https://sk.cmha.ca/

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