James W. Locke II

June 28, 1951 - February 12, 2024
Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory, Greenwood Chapel
481 W. Main St.
Greenwood, IN
Saturday 2/24, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Wilson St. Pierre Funeral Service & Crematory, Greenwood Chapel
481 W. Main St.
Greenwood, IN
Saturday 2/24, 1:00 pm
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James W. Locke, II of Indianapolis, Indiana formerly of Arizona, passed away February 12, 2024. He was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on June 28th, 1951, to the late James W. & Lois J. Locke. Jim graduated from Warren Central High School in 1969 and attended Butler University where he received a bachelor’s degree in business.Continue Reading

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Keith Volstad left a message on March 9, 2024:
It is with fond memories that I recall the times playing, both golf and poker, with Jim, Oopsie, Moose, Candy, Bubba, the Doctor(me)…. The monthly poker games and the few rounds of golf. Great memories of an earlier time. Cheryl, our prayers from Florida are for your peace and steadfast faith in the Lord through Jesus, that you will most assuredly see Jim again.
Marty Welch left a message on February 27, 2024:
Cheryl So sorry to hear of Jim’s passing. Have many fond memories of us golfing together. He made the outings fun. God bless.
Pablo and Pam Martinez left a message on February 17, 2024:
Sending you healing thoughts during this time. Jim will be missed and always remembered. Jim was a man whose life reflected his values. I know he valued his marriage to Cheryl most of all. And he also put God first above all Cheryl and Jim were very active in the churches they attended. Jim was a man of Faith. I am grateful for having a relationship and him being part of our family. Rest In Peace Pablo and Pam
James Elliott left a message on February 16, 2024:
Cheryl I am so sorry for Jim's passing. He was my best buddy for playing golf and being around you two with my late wife Carmi playing cards. God speed for you. Jim Elliott
Pam Martinez left a message on February 15, 2024:
Jim We all will miss that smile and your funny humour. You were such a good man and loved my sister so much. I know you mentioned to me more than once you worried about Cheryl if something ever happened to you. Cheryl will be fine she is an good hands. She has a lot of love and support. Jim it's so hard for me to understand that God called you home too early. Just remember to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. No more pain no more sorrow. You are where we all long to be one day. Sending prayers of comfort for the family. My prayers are with all the family ❤️ Continue to lean on Jesus' everlasting arms, He has promised that He will never leave us nor forsake us. I pray anyone reading this will be able to rest on God's promises and His unchanging hands. Weeping may endure for a night but joy comes in the morning. Can’t wait to see you in the other side. Blessings to all.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Carol Hearne left a message on February 15, 2024:
So sorry for the news of Jims' passing. Being cousins, I wish we could have stayed in touch over the years. RIP Jim. You can now rest together with other missed family members. Prayers to surviving family.
Tyson, Laurie and Clint Beswick left a message on February 15, 2024:
Deepest condolences, Jim will be missed though he did leave us with fond memories. On one visit to Indiana he showed us a grand time with sites and laughter during winter. A restaurant and a car dealership, named with Tyson’s favorite basketball players. The car dealership had a basketball court like floor and with Jim’s help we managed to get a survivor or two from both places. I will say we would never ask him to be the look out guy again lol. He had us laughing when one of his whipper blades froze up. He was so funny with one arm out in the cold. We enjoyed that day tremendously and treasure this memory. RIP Jim, we love you.
Donna and Ronnie Banks left a message on February 15, 2024:
My Uncle Jim had a huge bearing on me when I was young. We would visit and I would look through all his sports magazines especially his basketball magazines. I think he helped my love of sports early on in my life. He will be greatly missed and hope all can find comfort that he is with our Heavenly Father.
Nancy Hearne-Wesseler left a message on February 15, 2024:
Cheryl and Terri. Sorry to hear about Jim's passing. It's never easy. Know that he's in a better place with all our loved ones who are already in heaven and waiting. God bless you 😇🙏
St. Pierre Family left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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