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August 19, 2018

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December 8, 2017
ALL i CAN SAY....what a caring person and even though it was 35 yrs ago...he was an influential person in my life and ALWAYS will miss you...ty Mr Loop....john giannetta....class of 82"
December 8, 2017
Sorry to hear of your fathers passing. I enjoyed having him as a teacher in school and meeting him again as adult when he and your mother became friends with my parents. May you have many happy memories.
December 7, 2017
I took Latin 1,2,3 &4 with this wonderful man in the early 1960's. He always had such a wonderful sense of humor! I have lost touch with most people from those days, but I have never forgotten dear Mr. Loop and the good time we had in those classes. I hope he had a wonderful life! Sharon Hopper, SHS Class of '64.
December 7, 2017
Dear Kirstin, Mead and Families,
What a sad day it is; to learn of the passing of your Dad. If I close my eyes I can hear his laughter ringing through the halls of the 100 wing of ole SHS, or see him at the grill "on the farm" there in Mt. Marion. He was a dear friend and respected fellow teacher. Together with your Mom and Bobbie Hildebrand we had some great times. My condolences to you both and you families.
God speed, Lloyd.
Till we all meet again,
Diane