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Though time passes and all things must fade from former glory, we salute Grampa! It is incredibly beautiful and humbling to see and know the breadth of his reach across the world. As he passed, people from all over the globe cried and laughed for him and the memories he helped shape.

I am so honored to have him as a Grandfather and know that the circle of life goes on. He has not left the planet--simply become a much larger piece of it. He is in the air, water, earth and...

Memories of our times together will always be a part of us and live forever in our hearts. Brona & Bill

It was a privilege to have know such a nice person, we are thinking about you at this very sad time, our love Mark and Helen xx

We will miss Chace, the world will be a little greyer without him. Our thoughts are with you, all our love.

Beryl and families, You are all so very much in our thoughts at this difficult time. We will always remember Chase's wit and wonderful company. He was always so wonderful to be around. Gary & Joan Pettigrew, Eganville, ON

Chace was the consummate gentlemen with a great sense of humor. I enjoyed the time we spent with him on Wednesdays and Saturdays golf and the fabulous dinner parties he cohosted with Beryl. We will miss him.

Beryl,we will deffinatly keep you & the family in our thoughts & prayers at this sad time...Fiesta Way will not be the same without you there.Please take good care of yourself....

Our heartfelt sorrow at the news of Chace's passing. We will miss his sense of humor and think of him when we order just drums.

Dear Beryl,

Chace was a good man who loved his wife deeply and that was always apparent. Because he loved you so dearly, we loved him . I wish we had gotten to Jacksonville to see you guys. Hopefully, we can see you in the near future If you want to visit your friends in Venice, our guest room is always open. Lots of love, Keep in touch,

Lee & Phyllis Emery NOrth Port, Fl


Chace's Obituary

LOOMIS, Chace E., formerly of Narragansett, RI and Sebring, Florida died Monday June 24th, 2013 at his home in Jacksonville, Florida. He leaves behind his wife Beryl Loomis, his son Chace E. Loomis III and wife Dale, his daughter Lisa Ashton, and his five grandchildren. Chace was a former teacher...

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