Robert V. Lockhart

October 18, 1956October 11, 2020

Robert V. Lockhart, Jr. 64, of Lynchburg passed away Sunday, October 11, 2020 at Lynchburg General Hospital.

Born in Danville on October 18, 1956 he was a son of Robert V. Lockhart, Sr. and the late Orpha Mae Lockhart.

In addition to his mother he was preceded in death by a brother, Michael Lockhart. He is survived by four siblings, Shelia Wagner and her husband Steven of Forest, Kathy Durham and her husband Junior of Axton, Anthony Lockhart and Tammie McNichols both of Danville; nieces and nephews, Mindy, Heather, Hannah, David, Jr., Chris, Danny, Toni, Travis, Samantha and Ashley all who he loved like his own.

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Steve Wagner

October 17, 2020

I have been part of this family for about two years. In that short amount of time Robbie sure made me feel welcome. He brought me gifts almost every week. One of the last times I saw Robbie was about three weeks before he passed away. I stopped in to pick up the clients but we sat and talked for about a half hour. He told me how much he enjoyed his job and how much he loved his family especially my wife Sheila who he worked for for 20 years. I will sure miss his smile and giving heart.

Angela McKinney

October 17, 2020

Robbie was a real sweetheart in a guy . He was very caring and humorous and I’m glad to have known him . He’s been through many challenges but bounced back . I was happy to hear that he gave his heart to Jesus before he made his journey “Home “ If he had a song on his heart , I bet it would be “Just Wait Until You See My Brand New Home “ . Happy Birthday in Heaven tomorrow Robbie . Caring thoughts are with the family . ❤️

Sheila Dalton

October 13, 2020

This was a very special day for my brother Robbie, my mom and myself. We went shopping, had a picnic by the fountain downtown Danville . We bought Mama a few wigs and even took selfies. She had dementia but her mind was lucid that day and without pain. We laughed so much and it was a blessed day for all of us. My brother Robbie simply cherished my mom . They were both angels👼 on earth. Now they are both together again in heaven. 🙏🙏

Sheila Wagner

October 13, 2020

I have so many amazing memories with my very special brother, Robbie. We both have no sense of direction . We would travel to North Carolina to shop and would always get lost and couldn’t locate the stores we were looking for. Did we get upset ,never . Robbie and I would just drive around and shop anywhere, everywhere, We were always laughing, singing and enjoying life! He was like my twin brother. I will so miss having Robbie in my life 😢😢😢


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