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Loomis is a census-designated place (CDP) in Okanogan County, Washington, United States. The population was 159 at the 2010 Census. Its area is 0.85 square miles (2.2 km2), which is all land and no water area.On November 3, 1901, J.M. Haggerty was tarred and feathered in Loomis. He made comments to The Spokesman-Review about the lack of success of the Palmer Mountain Tunnel Company. The comments were resented and a mob was waiting for him when he stepped off the stage. During an impromptu mass meeting, \"Suddenly a dozen men grabbed Haggerty, and before half the crowd knew what was happening a bucket of tar and pillows were produced.\" After half an hour of being paraded through the street covered in tar and feathers, he was released.
It was written on October 18th, 2017 that Arthur Lawrence Brown perished in Casa Grande, Arizona. Brown was 83 years old and was born in Loomis, WA. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Arthur Lawrence's life.
It was noted on July 6th, 2016 that Donald James Miller passed on in Loomis, Washington. Miller was 81 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Donald James's life.
It was disclosed on June 29th, 2016 that Terrence Terry Chittenden died in Loomis, Washington. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Terrence Terry's life.
It was disclosed on October 9th, 2013 that Thomas Bryan Sr Leeps perished in Loomis, Washington. Leeps was 88 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Thomas Bryan Sr's life.
It was disclosed by Oregonian on August 8th, 2011 that Ruth Marie Boothman (Curtis) perished in Portland, Oregon. Ms. Boothman was 88 years old and was born in Loomis, WA. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Ruth Marie's life.
It was reported on September 23rd, 2009 that Eddie Colen "Bud" Perry perished in Loomis, Washington. Perry was 79 years old and was born in Sweet Springs, MO. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Eddie Colen "Bud"'s life.
. In 1953 the mansion was torn down by a grandson of L.A. He died in 1913, his mansion fell into disrepair, and the railroad ceased making stops at Loomis. The stop actually consisted of simply the mansion of Lewis A. Loomis, the founder and president of the line.
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