ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Lifelong Alaska resident Kyle Lee Dickerson-Lockwood, 30, passed away May 3, 2014 at his home in Anchorage, Alaska. He was born October 27, 1983 in Nome, Alaska.
A public visitation will be held Friday, May 9, 2014, 6-8pm, Janssen's Evergreen Memorial Chapel. The service will be Saturday, May 10, 2014, 2pm, Calgary Church. Officiating the service will be Pastor Brian Gray and music will be by Paula Gray and Bryan Dickerson.
After graduating from Pickens High School in Pickens, S.C., in 2002, Kyle went to the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. He was employed with the Alaska Energy Authority as a Pipefitter/Welder. Kyle was a Licensed Plumber and worked at Union Local 375 in Fairbanks and Local 357 in Anchorage. His passion was sports but especially ice hockey. He most recently played for the Silver Division USA Adult Hockey League and had just won the 2014 LeBatt Blue Adult Classic Cup. From an early age, Kyle showed a strong penchant towards physical fitness and strength training. He was also passionate about nutrition and healthy eating and, by all standards, an excellent cook.
Kyle is survived by his beloved fiancee Tiphanni Chamberlain; Mother Amelia Savinova; Step-father Alexander Savinov; Father David Lockwood; beloved teacher Tonijean Ponder; special friends Stephen Stack, Ben Galdo, and Jeff Bucholz; Grandmother Alvilda Dickerson; Aunts beloved Holly Kristiansen, Deborah Dickerson, Shari Sirkin, Lorena Elsworth, Mary Lockwood, and Annie Woods; Uncles beloved John Dickerson, Bryan Dickerson, George Lockwood, Charles Lockwood, Reginald Lockwood, and George Woods; and Cousins Carey Seward, Avery Kristiansen, Reid Kristiansen, Isaiah Woods, Andrew Woods, and Chad Woods; and numerous other friends and relatives. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.
He was preceded in death by John Dickerson Sr., Helen and George Lockwood, Edward Lockwood, Patricia Munn, June Spencer, and Christopher Lockwood.
Arrangements were done by Janssen's Evergreen Memorial Chapel.