Stacia Loomis

Obituary of Stacia R. Loomis

Stacia Bolt Loomis 38, of Venus, Texas died unexpectedly on 11/30/2023 from suicide. Her loss was completely unexpected, the family is devastated and their hearts are aching with grief. Stacia was born in North Richland Hills, Texas on June 09, 1985 to Jimmy & Tracy Bolt. Stacia has a brother, Jimmy, his wife Katelynn and their children Lilah, Kian, Judah and Rhett. Stacia also has a sister, Shannah Bolt. Stacia's Nana, Myrna Cook, her Nanny, Velma Bolt. Stacia's Husband, Philip Loomis and her son, Joshua Loomis She also has many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and many, many friends. All who love Stacia so much. Stacia attended and graduated 1 year early from Venus High School in 2002. Stacia married Phil Loomis May 29, 2004. She worked as a Nursery School Teacher at Primrose School of Walnut Creek for a few years before gaining employment at Rabjohn Behavioral Institute as an Office Manager where she was employed for 5 years before returning home to be a Housewife and a Homeschooling Mom to their son, Joshua. During her school years, Stacia volunteered each day helping with the Special Needs children. Stacia spent a lot of time volunteering at church in the Nursery, Wesley Mission Center and later at Petsmart with Joshua caring for the animals. Stacia loved watching Comedy Movies, The Office, Nature, Waterfalls, Photography, laughing, drawing, singing, and painting rocks for the Mansfield Rocks Facebook group of which she was an Administrator. Stacia loved being outdoors with Joshua! Going to local parks, hiking, exploring nature, painting rocks, and taking literally thousands of photographs that represented her incredible talent in photography. Anyone who knew Stacia, knows that she was a very kind, loving, caring, compassionate and wonderful young lady. She had an immense passion for people, pets, wildlife, sunsets and all forms of nature. Stacia was the best friend anyone could ever ask for. She loved fiercely and fought for what she believed in. Stacia's family and friends already miss her more than they could have ever imagined.
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