George W. Loomis

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George W. Loomis

George W. Loomis

 

George W. Loomis graduated from the University of Michigan, AB in 1940 and LLB in 1942. In Law School he was a Student Editor of the University of Michigan Law Review. Following duty in the United States Navy during World War II, he served as Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Kent County (1946-1947) and Special Assistant Attorney General for the Michigan Public Service Commission (1948-1949) before entering private practice in Lansing. In 1953, Mr. Loomis joined Plummer Snyder in founding the present firm. Mr. Loomis took a five-year sabbatical from private practice to serve as President and Chief Executive Officer of Michigan Gas Utilities Company (1967-1970) and Executive Vice President of Central Telephone and Utilities Corporation (1971). Mr. Loomis rejoined the firm in 1972. Mr. Loomis is past Chairman of the Administrative Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan and a Fellow of the Michigan State Bar Foundation. He was a member of the American Bar Association Sections on Administrative Law; Natural Resources, Energy and Environmental Law; and Public Utility Law; of the American Judicature Society; of the Federal Bar Association; and of the State Bar of Michigan Section on Corporation, Finance and Business Law.

Funeral services were held on June 5, 2007 at the Plymouth Congregational Church, Lansing, Michigan. Memorial contributions, in memory of George W. Loomis, may be made to the Hospice of Lansing Residence, 3411 Stoneleigh Dr., Lansing, MI 48910, or to the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, 880 Winter St. – Suite 300, Waltham, MA 02451.