John M. Taylor Funeral Home

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Forrest Patterson Lockwood

May 28, 1930September 29, 2019

Forrest Patterson “Pat” Lockwood, a resident of Annapolis since 1981, died September 29, 2019 in Severna Park, MD. He was born in Norwalk, Connecticut on May 28, 1930, the son of Alan and Sylvia Lockwood. He attended public schools and graduated from Norwalk High School in 1948. He then attended the U.S. Naval Academy, where he graduated with distinction in 1952. Following graduation, he raced aboard a Naval Academy cutter, the Highland Light, in the 1952 Newport to Bermuda Race. He then served aboard surface ships in the Navy, first with the Amphibious Force in the Pacific during the Korean War, and then in destroyer types in the Atlantic Fleet. While assigned to the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Washington, D.C., he also served as a White House Aide during President Eisenhower’s second term. Following that tour, he was named as one of the first Olmsted Scholars, to study at the University of Grenoble in France. After leaving the Navy in 1964, he returned to the Washington area, where he worked first in the personnel field and then in association management. He served from 1973 to 1992 as director of association programs for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and later worked with a variety of associations as a consultant. After retirement, he was a founding member of the Annapolis Luncheon Group of Association Executives and was also a member of the New Providence Club in Annapolis, where he served a term as President in 2008. He has had a lifelong love of sailing, starting in Connecticut, then at the Naval Academy, and continuing mostly in the Chesapeake Bay. He was active in cruising, racing, race management, and club administration. He was Commodore of the Pohick Bay Sailing Squadron in 1975, Commodore of the Ericson Chesapeake Sailing Association in 1980, and Commodore of the Severn River Yacht Club in 1989. He was also a founding member of the Back Creek Yacht Club. One brother, Donald M. Lockwood of Niantic, Connecticut and numerous nephews and nieces survive him.


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Andrea Tursi

October 8, 2019

My fondest memory of Pat is that of his sharing his time and conversation with my son, Michael, on Saturday and Sunday mornings at Mears Marina / Severn River Yacht Club. Michael was still a kid, and and early riser, and so he and Pat would sit together on the pavilion to enjoy their doughnuts, bagels, coffee and orange juice together.

I always thought it was so nice of Pat to engage Michael, and it speaks to Pat's humanity and comradeship.

With sadness and appreciation, Andrea Tursi

Chuck and Ginnie Hurley

October 6, 2019

Pat was a dear friend for more than thirty years at the Severn River Yacht Club. A genuinely nice person and an avid sailor, we will miss our shared donuts and conversations.

Chuck and Ginnie

Lorelei Skoch

October 6, 2019

Saddened to hear this news. Pat was a kind-hearted gentle man. Obviously well accomplished with a distinguished career!

God bless Pat Lockwood!

~Dale & Lorelei Skoch~

Stephanie Harrison

October 1, 2019

Hi, I'm stephanie, Pat's Hospice volunteer. I met Pat last November. Pat and I have spent alot of time together. Every holiday, and both of our birthdays. Our friendship felt something like family. Our favorite things we did together was sitting in the shade outside and listening to opera music, talked and read books about sailing as well as looking at pictures on Instagram and watching an occasional movie. Pat was a loving man who was always excited to see me and always appreciated our visits. I am truly blessed to have been able to be there with him until his last day.

Bridget Shea

September 30, 2019

My dear friend, Pat, was the first person to greet me when I arrived at Mears Marina, we sailed together for years and I helped him tie up after his final sail on PDQ. He supported me throughout my career and I helped him to his final home. No matter what the circumstance, we were friends. He'll always have a place in my heart and from time to time I'll toast him on a Saturday or Sunday morning with a bagel and a donut! Rest well, my friend.