Bill “Boomer” Lockhart


Bill Boomer Lockhart

The following is the obituary and Arrangements for Bill “Boomer” Lockhart. Please keep Boomers Family in your thoughts and prayers.
Obituary for William Lester Lockhart “Boomer”
William Lester Lockhart “Boomer”, age 64, of Trenton, GA died Thursday morning March 26, 2015 at home. Born in Memphis, TN, grew up in College Park, GA. After high school he enlisted in the US Army serving in Vietnam. Bill was a “proud papa of the best kids a man could have.” Active with the Boy Scouts of America and a softball coach in Griffin and a Civil War Historian who spent countless hours cleaning, restoring and tracking surviving relatives of buried soldiers in historical cemeteries. In 2003 he relocated his family from Milner to Trenton and threw himself into the community. An old school biker with a big heart for Veterans Affairs who loved his country. Bill was a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and one of the original Mechanized Cavalry members, number 34 of what has now grown to almost 2,300 strong. Former Commander of American Legion Post 106 and honored as the 2011 Dade County Chamber of Commerce’s Citizen of the Year Award following his volunteer efforts during recovery after the tornadoes in April.
Preceded in death by his parents Isaac Lester & Dorothy Pearl Lockhart and brother Alden Lockhart.
Surviving relatives are his daughters Elizabeth Ann Lockhart of Trenton, Stephanie Dawn Lockhart of Trenton currently serving in Kuwait and Angela Tyson Stevenson of Lakeland, FL. Brother Danny Lockhart of Conyers, GA and sister Gloria Darlene Lockhart, nephews Adam & Ryan Lockhart, niece Heather Bodiford and several great nieces and nephews.
The celebration of Bill’s life will be 1 PM Saturday, April 4th, 2015 at the American Legion Post 106 in Trenton, GA. Family will receive friends from 12:00 PM until service time at the American Legion Post 106. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Legion Post 106, PO Box 305, Trenton, GA 30752 to benefit the Army Emergency Relief Fund as well as the local Post 106. Arrangements by Ryan Funeral Home, Trenton, GA.!/Obituary

Ron Watts

Ron-Watts---Georgia-SCVMC-#329-in-2008 It is with a sad heart that I am sharing this. Ron Watts (Georgia SCVMC # 329) passed on to ride with Forrest last night 07/21/2014. He was a member of the State of Dade camp 707 in Trenton Georgia and resided in Cloudland Georgia. Visitation is at Wallis Wilbanks in Lafayette Georgia on 07/23/2014 from 5-8 PM.  Members are invited to stand guard during visitation and also escort at the service on the 24th by 10AM.

First Troop Ride October 20th 2013

First Troop ride to Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in Kennesaw Georgia Sunday 20th of October 2013. Contact Lt. VuDu for further information.

Details of the museum and hours of operation:


Olustee February 2013

Olustee February 2013

16th SCVMC Annual

Mississippi SCVMC

The SCV-MC 16 Annual will be held in Mississippi in 2013.  For information click on the link below:

16th Annual Info

R-Haven and the 15th Annual

Just got off of the phone with Butch at R-Haven… He still has 12 RV sites and about 50 camp sites other than the RV hookups available… just a reminder… this is where it is happening on Saturday! You want to be there. For those of you that are lucky enough to not have booked your stay and your intentions are to be at an RV site, Book Now.

15th Annual information


Initial Draft of the North Georgia Area

4. R Haven Campsite

5. KeyWest Inn/Days Inn 

Below is a link to R Haven:

R Haven Campsite

Memorial Service at the largest Confederate Memorial in the World




Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain


Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain will be the site for the SCV Memorial at noon on Friday April the 9th 2011.
U.S. Highway 78 East, Exit 8
Stone Mountain, GA

First Troop at Villa Rica Georgia Officers Meeting

Southwest airline southwest airlines earlybird check in

Wicks Tavern

Wicks Tavern

First Troop will meet at the Shell in LaFayette Georgia at 9:00Am tomorrow morning 3/20/11.  We will leave here for the officers meeting in Villa Rica.

Meet Here  In La Fayette

Arrive Here In Villa Rica

Montgomery Alabama

Feburary 18th and 19th is the Sesquicentennial in Montgomery Alabama.
Sesquicentennial Information