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C. Lockwood Marine, retired Soya executive, dies at 76


C. Lockwood Marine, a retired senior vice president from Central Soya, a volunteer for SCAN and a vice chairman of the Indiana Kids First Trust Fund, died Tuesday morning at his home. He was 76.

Marine was a former president of the National Association of Soybean Processors, a former member of the Public Transit Board of Fort Wayne and former president of Quest Club and the Library Foundation Board of Trustees. At the time of his death, he was a member of the Metropolitan Human Relations Commission.

While he found much pleasure in his volunteer work, his obituary said, he also liked hunting, fishing, gardening and being with his two daughters, wife and friends.

He loved following the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers basketball program.

He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Eleanor, as well as his daughters and a brother.

Services will be at Trinity Episcopal Church at 11 a.m. Saturday.

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