Robert W. Lockhart

Died: 2016-08-28
Resided in: Danvers & Boston
Viewing type: Visitation
Viewing location: Mackey FH Rt 114, 128 S. Main St. Middleton
Viewing date: 2016-09-01 / 11am-1pm
Service type: same day
Service date: 2016-09-01
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Burial type:
Burial date: 2016-09-01
Cemetery: Hamilton Cemetery, Hamilton, MA
Contributions: see below:

Memorial Donations to: Fourth Presbyterian Church 340 Dorchester Street South Boston, MA 02127 or to the: Northeast Animal Shelter, 347 Highland Ave, Salem, MA 01970


Robert (Bob) W. Lockhart a lifelong resident of South Boston, MA passed away Sunday, August 28 2016 in the comfort of his brother (James) and sister in-laws (Valerie) home in Danvers, MA.

Born April 7, 1949 in Boston, MA to Dorothy Upham and Robert J. Lockhart. Bob graduated from South Boston High and then joined the Military as a medic during the Vietnam Era. From there he spent his life climbing up the ranks of the Boston Police Department while also working towards and obtaining his Masters degree in Criminal Justice. Bob was a hard worker and dedicated his life to his career. He finally earned his way to retirement in 2010 as the Lieutenant of South Boston. Bob enjoyed his days off by playing golf, working out, watching wrestling, and taking his dog Mable on runs throughout Southie. He also enjoyed his many trips to the Cape with his girlfriend Georgina. He loved visits with his grand nieces and nephews (Jack, Georgia, Claire, & James).

He is survived by his loving brother James Lockhart, sister in-law Valerie Lockhart, nephews Matthew Stone and Jameson Lockhart, nieces Kalee Stockbridge and Melanie Lockhart.

Online Condolences Below:

I just learned from his brother Jimmy that Bobby died. Bobby was my first friend as little boys in the first grade in Southie. After my family moved away, he and I continued to stay in touch. While in the Navy with my ship in Charlestown, I often visited him and his family on G Street. The last time I saw him was when Bobby and Jimmy came down to the Cape for a visit. To this day, I always remember the tune we used to sing together while riding our bikes to Castle Island or playing ball on the field between Carson Beach and their home on 1514 Columbia Road - "Hock and Lock, two trouble makers." Eternal peace, my friend.
Sorry for your loss Jimmy, remembering the great times up your cottage, and your brother pushing me off the high board at the pool and your mom yelling leave him alone. You will be missed my friend RIP
Jim, So sorry for you loss. Bob was a great guy! Doug Bacchi and family

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