November 12, 1982 ~ March 22, 2017

Born in: Idaho,
Resided in: Asheville, NC

Celeste Angela Lockhart passed away on March 22, 2017. Celeste is survived by her children, Daniel and Josiah Hawn; her mother, Christine Lockart; father, William Lockhart; uncle, Tony Fogleman; and cousin, Matthew Fogleman. Celeste was a beautiful woman and gifted musician. She loved her children Daniel and Josiah very much. Celeste was always a bright and loving soul. Her sparkling eyes and engaging personality will be greatly missed by all having had the fortune of knowing Celeste. A memorial service was held at her home with family and friends. Groce Funeral Home assisted the family.

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  1. Celeste you will be missed. I’m glad I had the pleasure of having you in my life. You meant the world to me and I will cherish every beautiful moment we had together. Whether it was jamming all night and day or chilling out watching t.v. My love and condolences to all her friends and family.

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  2. To the Lockhart family, please accept my sincere sympathies. I’m very sorry for your loss. Losing a loved one in death can leave us with feelings of sadness and grief. But there is hope for the future. The Bible teaches that Almighty God is eager to raise the dead. The faithful man Job asked: ‘If a man dies, can he live again?’? Job was speaking about waiting in the grave until the time came for God to remember him. He said to Jehovah: ‘You will call, and I will answer you. You will long for the work of your hands.’? (Job 14:13-15) Just think! Jehovah longs for the time when he will bring the dead back to life. Is it not heartwarming to learn that Jehovah feels that way about our dear loved ones we have lost in death, that he has a desire to resurrect such ones in the near future? No doubt that’s a comforting thought. (John 5:28,29)

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  3. Dear Celeste,

    You still pop into my head from time to time. I fondly remember when we played music together all those years ago.

    The last time I saw you, I don’t feel like I gave you a proper good bye. I wish I would have stopped for a moment and given you a hug.

    Your playfulness and smile will be missed.

    Sincerest condolences to your family.

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    • Christine,

      My name is Angie Flerchinger and I was your daughter’s best friend when we were 12/13. She meant the world to me and I was devastated when she moved away. I feel heart broken again learning of her passing. I’m flooded with many wonderful memories that we shared together, memories I will cherish forever. I will carry your daughter with me always. Sending you, your family, her children and all who loved Celeste my love and my condolences. The world lost a bright and beautiful light.

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