Charles Turner Lock

  • Born: October 20, 1917
  • Died: July 2, 2014
  • Location: Macomb Township, Michigan

Lee-Ellena Funeral Home

46530 Romeo Plank Rd
Macomb Township, MI 48044

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Message From The Family

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Charles Turner Lock, age 96, passed away July 2, 2014. He was born the year the United States entered the first World War, on October 20, 1917, to George and Eva (Lane) Lock in Dyer County, Tennessee. He married Essie Mae Stokes in 1938 and the couple had two sons, Larry and Robert. Mr. Lock worked in the skilled trades group of the pharmaceutical industry.

Mr. Lock is survived by his son, Larry (Linda), his daughter-in-law, Angie Lock and his grandchildren: Kerry (Reta) Lock, Robin (Dave) Huntley, Rena (Brian) Lancaster, Shannon (Mark) Dunneback, Rachelle (Darren) Lines and Ryan (Suzette) Lock. In addition, he is survived by 12 great-grandchildren: Alyssa, Kyle, Collin, Shelbie, Savannah, Amber, Jacob, Jason, Blake, Delanie, Evelyn and Eric.

Mr. Lock was predeceased by his wife, Mae and his son, Robert.


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To all of Mr. Chock's Family, I just found out last night of the passing of Mr. Chock and he was a very dear man. A man of God. Heaven gained another Angel and I know he is flying high with the angels. My condolences to all the family there in Michigan and to those here in Dyersburg. He was so proud of the new church sanctuary here in Dyersburg and you could see the sparkle in his eyes the day of dedication and was so glad he could come home for the dedication. He will be greatly missed. Again my sympathy to each of you and may God give you comfort in the loss of this fine man. God Bless and watch over each of you.

Posted by Kathy McQuarters Ray - Dyersburg, TN - Friend - Church Family   July 06, 2014

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Best memories are our visit to Uncle Chock and Aunt Mae's house when my brother and I were very young. He took us to Canada to tour the factory he helped start there, Henery Ford's museum, and to a Diesel engine plant. I remember their airstream camper as well as Tiger, the little chihuahua of their's.
I never remember seeing him when he didn't have a smile.
Wish I could be at the funeral but want Larry to know I will always remember what time I was able to spend with him.

Posted by Mary Ann Lock - Dyersburg, TN - Niece   July 04, 2014


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