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JohnHenry Moulton Lockie


1964 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
JohnHenry Moulton Lockie Obituary
October 23, 1964 - February 10, 2017 Beloved son of Ann and Tom Lockie, brother of Martha, Howard and Thomas Lockie and Lynn Camastral passed away peacefully in his sleep. JohnHenry was born at Saint John's Hospital in Santa Monica. He attended local schools until we found out he was a "special needs" youngster. The Marianne Frostig School and Wallace Village Program in Colorado helped him in his early education. JohnHenry spent his Junior and Senior High School years at St. Vincent's in Santa Barbara, an absolutely wonderful place. He volunteered at the Santa Barbara Humane Society; JohnHenry loved animals. In April 1993 JohnHenry moved to LARC Ranch where he lived until his passing. JohnHenry loved LARC. He attended their workshop program. He was a member of the LARC Travel Club, taking trips to England, Scotland, The Caribbean, Seattle and more. At LARC JohnHenry was also a member of the Aktion Club and joined in many of their service projects. The Special Olympics was a big part of JohnHenry's life. He played basketball, volleyball and kickball, but his favorite sport was swimming where he earned many medals. JohnHenry loved music and had a wonderful voice. He was always singing, and if a dance floor was close by he was on it. He enjoyed performing with the Major Impact Theatre Group and acted in 3 of their plays, the most recent being Beauty and the Beast. JohnHenry is also survived by nieces Taylor Daley, Annie Raser and nephew Keaton Raser; his brother-in-law, Brian Camastral, nephew Ryan and niece Cait; sister-in-law Marizete Lockie, nephews Alexandre and Matthew and niece Melissa; and many cousins, aunts and uncles. JohnHenry was always happy and upbeat and loved spending time with his family. Anyone who met him was instantly taken by his laughter and his gentle spirit. JohnHenry will be missed by his family, friends at LARC Ranch, and those whom he met along the way. If anyone would like to make a donation in JohnHenry's memory, donations may be made to: LARC Ranch, 29890 No. Bouquet Canyon Rd., Saugus, CA 91390
Published in the Los Angeles Times on Feb. 19, 2017
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