James  Loy


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James "Jim" Loy, 93, of Chickasha, passed away Monday, June 24, 2019 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was a long-time member of the Chickasha community. He was born November 29, 1925 in El Reno, Oklahoma to Robert L. Loy and Mildred (Lowe) Loy.
Services and cremation arrangements are with Ferguson Funeral Home. The date and time of the services will be announced at a later date and will be updated on the Ferguson Funeral Home website: www.ferguson-funeralhome.com.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to either the Chickasha Public School Foundation or to the USAO Foundation.
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Ken Ackerman
Jul 01, 2019
Jim Loy was truly one of the deans in Medical Group Management. Everyone in the industry had enormous respect for him. It was such a privilege to have worked with him at MGMA and to call him a dear friend.

Jim and Duane Loy made the perfect couple. Pat and I always enjoyed being in their good company. They were generous, fun-loving people. Together they made this world a much better place for the rest of us.

I loved Jim Loy and will treasure the memories!
Angela Loy
Jun 30, 2019
I wish we could have met I have enjoyed you on Facebook.
Your cousin Angela
Paula Franklin
Jun 27, 2019
Jim Loy was a very special man and a great man to work with. I spent over twenty years under his supervision and with no regrets. He always made his employees feel needed and that no one could do their job as good as they were. chickasha lost a great man but, heaven gain a wonderful soul.
Jim and Marilyn Jepson
Jun 26, 2019
At our first MGMA Southern Section meeting at Key Biscayne in 1969, Marilyn and I didn't know a soul. From out of nowhere in the hotel lobby, Jim and Duane approached and introduced themselves, Jim saying we looked like we were in need of friendship. Later that evening at our first Southern Section hospitality session, they took us in hand and introduced us to friends for life. That was the beginning of probably the greatest friendship I've ever known. Jim Loy was one of a kind. He and Duane are now together again walking hand in hand.
John Blackburn
Jun 26, 2019
Jim was one of the questioners of my Candidate steps to ACMPE Fellowship. He was focused but kind and accepted my answerers without criticism. He also signed my fellow certificate. What a great example of professionalism in Medical Administration.
Cowboy Jim will be missed by everyone in the profession.
God rest his Soul!
Fritz Wenzel
Jun 26, 2019
Jim was a great guy and an outstanding colleague. He most certainly affected the lives of many of our friends especially those in group practice. He will always be remembered.
Ken Bash
Jun 26, 2019
Jim was a very special MGMA friend. He, Duane, Joyce and I shared a common interest in Native American art and we had common friendships with the artists. We remember fondly times together in Santa Fe, Chickashee and Scottsdale. Recent visits with Jim have been great even since Duane's death. We are blessed to have three pieces from his collection that he has given us over the past few years. We will miss our
times together with our friend.
Ken and Joyce Bash
Marshall Baker
Jun 25, 2019
Jim was one of the "deans' of group practice management - an amazing mentor, colleague, and friend. Many, many memories of our times together at MGMA and ACMPE Board Meetings. We both loved southwestern art, learning so much about it from his life partner, Duane. Jim, i love you man -

Marshall Baker - Boise, ID