Arlyne Maxine Lockard

May 27, 2018
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11:00 a.m., Friday, June 1, 2018 at Bethany Bible Chapel, Cedar Falls


Visitation will be an hour before services at the Bethany Bible Chapel.


Greenwood Cemetery, Cedar Falls


May be directed to Bethany Bible Chapel, Friendship Village building fund, or a Charity of the donor's choice.


Arlyne Maxine Lockard, 91, died at The Landing of Friendship Village on Sunday, May 27, 2018.

     She was born on March 22, 1927 in Cedar Falls, the daughter of Clara and Milford Nelson Hilton. She married Wendell P. Lockard on March 14, 1947 at First Presbyterian Church in Cedar Falls, he died on October 21, 2006.

     Arlyne graduated from Cedar Falls High School. She worked at Hinson Manufacturing and then as the book-keeper for Wendell Lockard Construction. She attended Bethany Bible Chapel in Cedar Falls.

     She is survived by: her son, Ken (Amy) Lockard, of Cedar Falls; her daughter, Janet (Tim) Lockard O’Connor of Scottsdale, Arizona; eleven grandchildren, Jonathan, Thomas, Daniel, Elizabeth, Victoria, Kathryn, Michael and William Lockard, and Nicholas, Mitchell and Madison Jorgenson; and her brother Richard (Betty) Hilton of Cedar Falls.

     Arlyne is preceded in death by her husband and a grandson, Zachary Lockard.


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  1. Judy Kampman | May 31, 2018
    What a beautiful Godly Christian woman.  What a blessing I ALWAYS received from visiting her and sharing about old times.  The greatest was having her sing along at the piano the old hymns she loved and reading to her and she would help quote the verses dear to her heart.  I certainly will miss those special times but so glad she is home and will look forward to meeting above.  It is only till he come.  My warmest sympathy to her dear family.
  2. Merrill Oster | May 29, 2018

    Arylne was an exceptional woman who displayed love, grace and a sense of peace that could only come from someone confident in her faith. She was always the same...displaying the gift of hospitality toa large cadre of friends and strangers. Some people have the ability to shine light into our lives just by their presence. Arlyne was such a person. Truely a Saint. We will miss her sweet chuckle and jolly laugh, but not for long. We will be reunited around the throne of God one day. Merrill and Carol Oster.





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