Harold H. LOY

January 21, 1918 - May 24, 2003

01/21/1918 - 05/24/2003

Past Services

Service
Monday May 26, 2003
Altmeyer Funeral Home- Moundsville Chapel
118 Grant Avenue
Moundsville, WV 26041
304-845-4560 | Directions
Visitation
Monday May 26, 2003
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions

LOY, Harold H. 85, of Glen Dale, WV, died Saturday, May 24, 2003 in Bishop Joseph H. Hodges Continuous Care Center, Wheeling, WV. He was born Jan. 21, 1918 in Wheelig, the son of the late William Hobart and Audrey Fowler Loy. He was an employee of the former Louis Marx Toy Plant, Glen Dale and was a retired pattern maker with the former Fostoria Glass Company, Moundsville. Harold was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps in World War II. In addtion to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Helen M. Keffer Loy. Surviving are two sons, Douglas P. Loy and his wife, Teri, of Glen Dale and T. Scott Loy and his wife, Diane, of Moundsville, WV; a sister, Bonnie Little of Dover, Ohio; three grandchildren, Sean Douglas Loy and his wife, Michelle, of Wheeling, Reyna Bieniek and her husband, Peter, of Virginia and Heather Loy of Moundsville; and a special companion, Toni Maffe of Ohio. Arrangements by Altmeyer Funeral Homes, Lutes & Kirby-Vance Chapel, 118 Grant Ave., Moundsville.

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Allan Miller
8 years ago

Over the past years of putting together both history about Marx Toys and the Marx Conventions that we host each year at the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum, we had gotten to know Harold rather well and considered him a good friend. He was a legend in toy design, a personable and likeable speaker, and a pleasant person to be around. I am sure that I speak for ALL of the people who have attended our past conventions and heard Harold speak when I say that he will be missed, and that his contributions to the Marx toys we all collect were priceless.

Allan Miller, Curator

Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum