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Ronald (Ronnie) Lock

Born on 22 June 1954
Passed away on 27 December 2016
Aged 62 years
Eva turned 4 and little Chloe 1! We love and miss you so much. We live on for you. My two girls who will love and always know about you ❤ Your granddaughters who love you and will always know about you. We speak of you all the time. We love and miss you always.
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I never got to leave you a message yesterday as I was busy looking after your grandkids with the help of Michelle. It has been a long 28 months and there is not a day goes by that I don't wish you were here by my side. You are going to be a grandfather for the 6th time. Another little miracle is on it's way. Your legacy lives on in this great masterplan called LIFE. You will always be in our lives, every waking moment and even when I sleep.
Vicki lit a candle for Ronald (Ronnie) Lock
I miss you dad. Everyday.
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We were driving home from fagan park at sunset this afternoon. Where we had our family photos taken. The sunset always gets to me. I always picture you looking out your bedroom window or sitting on the veranda at our family home. We always got the best sunsets and sky at that place. Everything about it feels like home. So I always picture you there looking out. Always wondering what you were thinking about. Whether you knew, how you felt. I just wish I was there for you more. I wish we spoke more.

A song came on the radio and everything hit me like a tonne of bricks and ripped at my heart again. Thinking about easter and the chocolate footballs filled with m&ms we use to get you. How life would be with you still here. All your loving grandkids smothering you. Then a song came on by George Ezra - hold my girl (I'm pretty sure he's singing it about his girlfriend) but it made me cry as I pictured you singing it to me.

'give me a minute to hold my girl'

What I would do for one more cuddle with you...

Happy easter daddy. I love and miss you so so much. I hope heaven has endless amounts of chocolate for you. Say hi to everyone for us.
Rachel Lock lit a candle for Ronald (Ronnie) Lock
There is never a moment in life where a daughter stops needing her father.

I still need you dad, I will always need you.

No words will ever be able to express how much I love and miss you everyday.

You are, hands down, the strongest and bravest person I have ever met.

I will always be in awe of you.
Rachel Lock lit a candle for Ronald (Ronnie) Lock
Love and miss you always dad.

Like I say everyday, I am so proud of you.

Wishing you were here with us
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Vicki lit a candle for Ronald (Ronnie) Lock
I still can't believe you're not here with us. It is so unbearable and hurts more than ever. We all love and miss you dad. More than you'll ever know. But I know I will be with you again one day. just how you have been reunited with your mum. It will be a long wait. But our time will come too and I know you'll be waiting for us. I hope you're doing all the traveling that you never got to do here. I am always thinking about you and how perfect life was when you were here. We really had it all. I just so wish you were here with us still. There was so much more for you in this world. We love you always.
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In tears thinking of how much I miss you, how much we had, how much more you could have had but feeling blessed for all the wonderful memories - all the family holidays, being involved in Chris's football, the girls dancing and their concerts, all the parties where we let our hair down with the kids and their friends. Times spent with family and friends. So glad that you had a job that you loved so much but you also loved home. Chris seems so lost when he visits now. I look over in the corner where you use to sit and imagine you there watching the footy or Frazier or Friends and laughing out loud. I imagine you leaning on the pool fence just staring out at the pool and watching if anyone was swimming. Chris often walks over and leans on the fence just like you did & I know he is thinking of you. There is a huge hole in our hearts without you here. You would have been amused by the antics of all your grandkids. Would have loved to have been sharing all this with you but unfortunately, life isn't perfect but for me it was for 40 years - more than a lot of people ever have.I will try to continue to be grateful for all I have but will always be sad for what you have missed out on. I hope you are looking over us from heaven and content to know that we are managing to get on with our lives even though we are all heartbroken. Love you with all my heart and soul. Vicki
Vicki lit a candle for Ronald (Ronnie) Lock