Sandra Sue (Hassler) LockwoodJuly 23, 1946 ~ February 13, 2021 (age 74)
Sandra Sue Lockwood, 74, of Crossett, passed away Saturday, February 13, 2021, at her home, surrounded by her family and her special friend, Toni Jo. She was born in Bastrop, Louisiana, on July 23, 1946, to her parents, Charles and Billie Jean Odenbaugh Hassler. She was a former graduate of Bastrop High School and an active member of Rolfe Chapel Freewill Baptist Church.
She was outgoing and often enjoyed playing the piano. She was genuinely devoted to her family, her church, and, most importantly, God. Sandra didn’t just attend church but taught Sunday School for many years, sung in the choir, and could always be depended on to help with Bible School. Her love for children even led her to become a foster grandparent, with which she took great pride.
Her prayer always included asking God to give her opportunities to witness to lost souls so that she could share the love of Jesus Christ; however, her health kept her home. Her faith was so strong that she even saw her hospital stay as an answered prayer and tried to share the gospel with everyone she could.
She is preceded in death by her parents and her husband of fifty-four years, Charlie Richard Lockwood.
Her survivors include one son, Darryl Lockwood, and wife, Joanna, and one daughter, Carla Riles, all of Crossett; along with one brother, Mike Hassler, and wife, Shirley, of West Monroe, Louisiana; and four grandchildren, Jacob Lockwood and wife, Allison, Jared Lockwood, Caleb Taylor, and Jeremy Kendrick and wife, Heather; and one special nephew, Scotty Lockwood, and wife, Angela.
A Private Service will be held at Medders Funeral Home with Pastor Dale Doss officiating. Pallbearers are Jacob Lockwood, Jared Lockwood, Caleb Taylor, Scotty Lockwood, and Jonathon Lum. Honorary pallbearer is Jeremy Kendrick.
Interment will be made in Rolfe Chapel Cemetery when cemetery conditions permit.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the “Hope at Home” organization.
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