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Charley Loomer

Posted 2/16/16 (Tue)

Charley Loomer, 27, of Sidney, Mont., died in an automobile accident on Feb. 3, 2016.
Charley was born in Watford City, N.D. on Jan. 30, 1989. He was the youngest child born to David and Gloria Loomer.
Charley grew up on the family farm in Keene, N.D. until the age of 10 when the family moved to Sidney, Mont.
Charley worked the oil fields on the work over rigs for many years.
Growing up Charley loved all the things that boys love like Pokémon and going on rides with his sister Jennifer in his dad’s old red pick-up. He enjoyed riding in the tractor with his dad, who was his idol; mimicking everything he did and said. Charley was always a mischievous and curious young boy. At the age of 5, he took the neighbors ladder to his house so he could climb on the roof. Charley was simply all boy.
Charley had a kind soul and had a big heart. He spent most of his time with his little ones, cuddling and watching movies. He took his kids camping, fishing, to the park, and played outside. He had a great sense of humor, always making everyone laugh. He was goofy and loved picking on his nieces and nephews. He was a very caring and loving brother, offering his love, support and help whenever he could.
Besides his parents, Charley is survived by his children; Dodge, Broden Chase, Serephina Grace, Aunnika Leigh, Aspen Rayne and Addison Elaine. Alisha Nelson Loomer (mother of Aunnika, Aspen and Addison). Brothers, Matthew (Jenn) Loomer of Williston, N.D.; Todd (Jessica) Carter of Mesa, Ariz.; Sisters, Jennifer (Blaine) Trones of Minneapolis, Minn; Danielle Loomer of Billings, Mont.; RaByrda Atanasu of Sidney, Mont.; eight nieces and nine nephews.
Charley was preceded in death by his grandparents.
Funeral services for Charley were at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2016, at the Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church. Pastor David Huskamp officiated. Interment followed in the Sidney Cemetery under the direction of Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home.
Remembrances, pictures, and condolences may be shared with the family at www.fulkersons.com.