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 - Howard Cambridge, Marion, of the the C. Loomis,...
Howard Cambridge, Marion, of the the C. Loomis, Winlhrop Higli Principal, Dead Frederic Colt Loomis, principal at the Winlhrop high st'huul and formerly d rtsideru of this ciiy and Leunuiis'.er, died early thu morning et his home, 138 O.un road, Wintlirop, aged 43 years. Mr. 1 Loomb was ill for the past year bat able to continue h's school duties until very rett'r.'.ly and his death as a great shock to his large of relatives and friends in this city. Mr. Loomis was bom in Winsted, Coiui., June 13, J.W, the son of Mrs. Julia iCull) Loornii and the late Rev. Charles W. Lconiis. He attfnded the Gilbert high school at after which he went to Cornell from where he was graduated in 1914 with a degree of me- engineer. He was 'associated with the Fitchburg Automatic Screw Co. and Filchburg Ma- Co. until 1U21 when he entered the teaching field and became principal of the Aibiieldiiigh. .school continued there until 1926 when he became submaster at WinLhrop Hi^Vi and he was advanced to principal about five years ago. Mr. Loomis was active and prominent in all of the civic and educational activities of Wmthrop and had gained a wide friendship throughout the community. He was a member of the Winthrop Rotary club and served as its He was also a member of Rollstone Congrecational church in this city, also of Aurora lodge, A. A. M. and Lady Emma chapter, O. E. S. of this city. He was a of the Massachusetts High School Principals' association in which he was active. Mr. Loomis received his master of education degree at Harvard after he took summer and winter courses. . .He is survived- by ills wile, Mrs. L. (Parkhurst) Looniis. and three sons, Charles P., Raymond and Robert Loomis, all of Winthrop. his mother, Mrs. Julia (Colt) Loomis of Leominster and two brothers. George C. Loomis of Lebanon. N. H Charles W. Jr., of New York The funeral service will be in Winthrop Monday and the committal service will be in Forest Hill cemetery, this city. CLEGHORiV

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  1. Fitchburg Sentinel,
  2. 01 Jun 1935, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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