Mildred Loomis
1930 - 2021
Campbell Funeral Home - Beverly
525 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA
Mildred Loomis
February 26, 1930 ~ October 7, 2021
Kind, witty and effervescent only begin to describe Milly Loomis who died peacefully on October 7,2021. She was surrounded by her adoring children who cherished her as a mother, friend and confidant. Her devotion to her family was remarkable. She listened without judgement and was steadfastly supportive.
To know Milly was to embrace her friendliness, her dry sense of humor and her warm inclusive nature. Her love for life was palpable, magnetic to her many friends and family. Milly was born in New York City in 1930 to Walter and Elsie Lambertson. She spent her early years in Norfolk, Connecticut. In 1952 she married Henry N. Loomis, Jr. They lived in New Hartford, Connecticut for most of their married life. Henry predeceased her in 2005.They were blessed with their three children and their spouses: Sheridan and Timothy Maguire, Kathryn and John Harris and Henry and Elisabeth Loomis. Later Henry and Milly moved to Marblehead Massachusetts to be closer to their children Up until her death Milly loved most to spend her time with her children, seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. For her entire family Milly was inspirational in her boundless love for them.
Milly leaves behind a cherished extended family and many devoted friends. A celebration of her life will take place in Spring. Donations may be made in her loving memory to St. Michael's Church, 26 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts. Arrangements by the Campbell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot Street, Beverly. Information, directions and condolences at
Published by Register Citizen on Oct. 16, 2021.
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I remember Millie and Hank. They lived almost across the street from my grandmother, Mary Messenger. I remember The beautiful garden out in back of the house with the colored light. I used to go there with my parents, Francis and Mary Messenger. My thoughts are with you. God bless! Phyllis
Phyllis Messenger Carroll
October 21, 2021
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