Troy Loos Obituaries- Passed Away

Troy Loos Obituaries – Larry L. Loos, age 74, of Quincy, passed on Saturday, October 28, 2017, at 1:00 am in the Arbors at Adams Pointe in Quincy.

Larry was conceived September 22, 1943, in Quincy, Illinois, the child of Calvin J. also, Ruby I. Mann Loos. He wedded his first love, Leona M. Chapman on March 14, 1964, in Bluff Hall Church. She endures.

Larry was a long-lasting rancher. Larry was chief and financial officer of Payson Farmers Mutual Insurance Company for a long time (1983-2012). He was an individual from Bluff Hall Church where he filled in as a trustee and elder, and he served on the Bluff Hall Cemetery Board. He was an individual from the Payson School Board for a very long time.

Larry instructed the Payson Seymour Junior High b-ball group from 2002 to 2009 and was named Illinois Coach of the Year in 2005. He was accepted into both the Illinois Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame and the Payson Seymour High School Hall of Fame. The Plainville Lions Club perceived Larry’s commitment to his local area by regarding him with their Community Service Award.

Notwithstanding his significant other, Leona, Larry is made due by three kids, Trent (Kelli) Loos of Litchfield, NE, Teresa (Rob) Loos-Tedrow of Quincy, and Troy (Karen) Loos of Burlington, WI; eight grandkids, Libbi, Lindsi, and Landri Loos, all of Litchfield, NE, Melina, and Grayson Tedrow, both of Quincy, and Kayla, Tenley, and Karley Loos, the entirety of Burlington, WI; two siblings, Warren (Chris) Loos of Camp Point and Marvin (Deanna) Loos of Normal, IL; and three sisters, Karen Hill of Downs, IL, Janice (Lyle) Waner of Loraine, IL, and Deborah (Russ) Demerath of Shiocton, WI; his mother by marriage, Nellie Chapman; a brother by marriage, Pat (Jeri) Chapman; and two sisters-in-law, Peggy (Ron) McAfee and Mary Chapman; and various nieces and nephews.

Larry was gone before in death by his folks, a sister, Nancy, and a sibling, both in the outset; three brothers by marriage, Roger Hill, Michael Chapman, and Bryan Chapman.


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