Services are scheduled at 2:00 p.m. Friday, February 11, at Parkland Baptist for Sanford "Sandy" J. Loomis of Clovis, New Mexico
Mr. Loomis, 67, died February 5, 2022 at Plains Regional Medical Center.
Pastors Wayne Boydston, and Dean Turvaville will officiate at the services with burial to follow at Texico Cemetery in Texico, New Mexico. Pallbearers will be Kevin Victor, Layton Victor, Landon Victor, Aaron Loomis, Colton Franzoy and Harvey McReynolds.
Sandy was born February 23, 1954 in El Paso, TX, the son of Virgil Loomis and Mary (Lowery) Loomis.
Sandy served in the United States Air Force after graduating Capitan high school in 1972. During his career he served around the world in the United States, Greece, Italy and England. He retired after 20 years in the military at Cannon Air Force Base as a Master Sergeant. The day after retiring from the military he began his new career with the Curry County Sheriff's Department. Sandy worked for 27 years as a Deputy and retired with the rank of Lieutenant. During his time with the Sheriff's Department he worked patrol and investigations and was proud to attend the National Forensic Academy in Tennessee. He was a distinguished Officer and Crime Scene Investigator throughout his career and was highly respected throughout the community.
Sandy is survived by his wife of 47 years, Cindy Loomis and his children, Riley Loomis (Jackie)
Clovis New Mexico, Molly Victor (Kevin) Roswell, New Mexico and Travis Loomis (Bella)Clovis New Mexico. 8 Grandchildren Layton Victor, Landon Victor, Aaron Loomis, Kaylene Loomis, Alex Thompson, Harvey McReynolds, Aurora Thompson and Riley Jaxon Loomis and 3
Great grandkids Wesson Loomis, Haiden Loomis and Everlea McReynolds.
Sandy enjoyed hunting and fishing, and shooting with his grandsons. In his retirement he traveled the state of New Mexico to watch his grandsons play football and went camping as much as possible. He loved his family and he was loved by everyone who was lucky enough to have him be a part of his life...even the criminals.
Sandy was a Christain, and a member of Parkland Baptist Church. He truly loved his Saviour, and was a man of prayer and showed that to his family and others.