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Scott Michael Loomis

Died: December 22, 2011
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Obituary

Loomis, Scott Michael, age 23 of North Olmsted, passed away suddenly on December 22, 2011. Scott is survived by his loving parents Scott (Jennifer) & Mary (Greg) Bender. Beloved grandson of Arthur & Twila (nee Kenninger) Loomis and Michael & Eileen (nee McDonnell) McEntee. Loving brother of Brittany, Codi, and Scottie. Dearest nephew of many Aunts an Uncles, and cousin to many.

The family will receive friends in celebration of Scott's life at the Humenik Funeral Chapel, 14200 Snow Road, Brook Park on Tuesday from 4-8PM, where Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday at 11AM. Follow on Facebook, Humenik Funeral Chapel Obituaries.

Visitation Details

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011, 4:00pm – 8:00pm, Humenik Funeral Chapel

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cindy baugh posted on 12/29/11

Little Scottie the prankster. I remember when you put the trash can in front of my car at Marcs. It was fun helping with your quest for 'ping pong' balls. Lots of loving memories. Rest In Peace

 

Jessica Sorensen posted on 12/27/11

Scott, I never got a chance to give thanks. You are a big part of who I am. I have learned so much about this world because of you. Our relationship was never perfect, but it was real. Because of you, I am the woman I am supposed to be right now. You sculptured me into a stronger person and that will never change. Thank you for being in my life, I wouldn't ever take that back. You are in a better place now, it's certain. You never got a fair chance in this world to be truly happy. The moment I think about most is when I was absolutely frustrated with the world . I needed to cool off so I layed in the snow. You came, layed next to me and we just were. You saved my life, too. I will never forget that; I will never forget you, Popeye. Yours 'til Niagra Falls, Olive

 

The Digman Family posted on 12/26/11

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bill, Sandy,Christopher,Ashley and Rachel

 

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