MARINE, C. LOCKWOOD - 76 years old, died Tuesday morning at home. Retired from Central Soya as senior vice president, he found much pleasure in his volunteer work for SCAN, and in hunting, fishing, gardening, and being with his two daughters, wife and many friends. Lockwood also greatly enjoyed following the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball program. He was a former president of the National Association of Soybean Processors, a former member of the Public Transit Board of Fort Wayne, and former president of the Quest Club and Library Foundation Board of Trustees. He was currently serving as a member of the Metropolitan Human Relations Board, having previously served as its president. He was also serving as vice chairman of the Indiana Kids First Trust Fund, and was a member of the Fort Wayne Country Club, Quest Club, and Sigma Phi Epsilon. Born in Halls Cross Roads, Tennessee, Marine was a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a BS in agricultural economics. While at the University he was named a Torchbearer, the highest honor given to a University senior. He was also a commandant of the ROTC. He received his MS from the University of Illinois and his PhD from Michigan State University, both in agricultural economics. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Eleanor Harb Marine; his daughters, Cathleen Marine of Chicago and Sharon Marine of New York City; and his brother, Jim Marine of Vero Beach, Florida. Services will be at Trinity Episcopal Church, 611 W. Berry Street, on Saturday at 11:00, with calling one hour prior, with the Rev. Cory Randall officiating. Calling will be on Friday from 5:00 - 8:00 at DO McComb & Sons Lakeside Park Funeral Home, 1140 Lake Avenue. Memorials may be made to SCAN, 500 W. Main Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802. To sign the online guestbook go to www.mccombandsons.com.
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Published in Knoxville News Sentinel on Aug. 22, 2014