Sue Lockhart

CPR Instructor

Sue Lockhart is a California native who’s been living in San Diego for 43 years and loving it. Sue and her husband Clint have 3 children, 2 grandchildren and both their daughters are pregnant and due this summer! Sue loves hiking, movies, reading and the beach! Her favorite thing is volunteering at the Sundance Film Festival every year. Sue started teaching CPR and other health and safety classes in 1991 and spent 13 working for the Red Cross. Later she started her own training business with her husband Clint. She loves training people in CPR skills and also enjoys teaching Child & Babysitter Safety classes at recreation centers throughout the county to teens. In 2002 Sue and Clint were both awarded The Lifesaving Award of Merit from the American Red Cross for saving their niece’s son Cody in a near drowning accident. They were also given the City of San Diego Fire and Life, Lifesaving Citations in October 2002.


All group classes are held online with everyone’s cameras on to cultivate the intimacy between families.

We have no date yet for returning to in-person group classes.