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In Memory

Steve Loop

Steve Loop

Steve passed away from a heart attack on July 1, 2017, just a few weeks after his mother passed. He passed in Visalia, CA

NICE NOTE from Jennifer

Hello, my name is Jennifer Peterson (I was Jennifer Carlson in high school).  I wanted to make sure you were aware that Steve Loop passed away July 1st, probably due to a massive heart attack. Even though I didn’t know Steve in high school, he has been my friend the past 4 years here in Visalia.  He spent his last day enjoying himself at a 4th of July party on Saturday, the 1st. He was very happy, showing everyone pictures of his new car that he had just ordered.  After a couple of hours one of the women at the party wasn’t feeling well so Steve volunteered to take her home.  His car was about ½ block away from the party so he told the woman to wait by the house and he would get his car and pick her up.  He made it to the car, sat down and got his seat belt on, put the keys in the ignition and then was gone. A late party attendee arrived and parked behind Steve. He walked by and noticed Steve slumped over and called for help. One of the party attendees did chest compressions for 10 min before the emergency vehicles arrived and then they continued to work on him for 30 minutes at the hospital until they decided it wasn't going to do any good.  

http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Stephen-Loop&lc=4313&pid=185999156&mid=7472405&locale=en_US

 
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07/15/17 04:09 PM #1    

Denise Cornwell

 Wow, I'm going to miss his comments his pictures and his dedication to his mom and to the high school.  May he find  peace . Denise Cornwell


07/18/17 04:09 PM #2    

Paul Meyerhof (Meyerhof)

I'm pretty shocked. Steve was so active on FB and seemed very alive in spirit. He was a devoted son and a fun classmate and a caring guy. Bless you, Steve Loop.


07/21/17 11:16 PM #3    

Maribeth Smith (Rothwell)

I'm so sorry to hear this news.  I remember Steve from high school days as an individual who was always upbeat, accepting and inclusive. When he contacted me about our 30th reunion, his warmth and kindness definitely influenced my decision to attend. I wish I'd known this lovely man better.


07/22/17 02:18 PM #4    

Judy Koningh

Wow.  Didn't see this coming from someone so active and going on with life.  Altho Steve and I were friends at LCHS we weren't close.  I do remember him always being positive and smiling.  What a bummer, especially after losing his mother.  My brother John and I lost both of our parents last year and am still grieving over the loss.  When do the "Golden Years" start?  RIP Steve......

 


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