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Transcribed biography of Bruce B. Loring

BRUCE B. LORING - Successful in his profession as an attorney, and the inheritor of the finest traditions associated with that practice, Bruce B. Loring, a lawyer of fine professional attainments on his own account, was born in Valparaiso, Indiana, on November 8, 1897, the son of Judge H. H. and Emily (Brummett) Loring, the former a native of Grant County and the latter of Porter County, Indiana. More extended mention of the Loring ancestry will be found in the sketch of Judge H. H. Loring, which appears elsewhere in this work. To the parents of our subject were born Mark L., a graduate of Rush Medical College and now a practicing physician; Mildred, the wife of W. G. Fitch of West Lafayette, Indiana; and Bruce B.

The latter graduated from Valparaiso High School, and attended Valparaiso University for a period; after this he entered the University of Michigan, where he took the degree of LL. B. in 1921. He enlisted in the Quartermaster Corps in August, 1918, and was stationed at Jefferson Barracks and Camp Meigs; he received his discharge in December, 1918.

He established his practice in Valparaiso in 1921, maintaining an office in the State Bank Building, and has been eminently successful in this practice. Mr. Loring has been admitted to the United States District Court to practice, the Supreme and Appellate Courts, and also the Circuit Court of Porter County.

He was married to Ruth, daughter of C. O. and Grace (Guernsey) Blachley of Valparaiso, on August 19, 1925. Mrs. Loring is a graduate of Indiana University and a member of the Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority. Mr. Loring is a member of the Masonic order, Kiwanis Club, Valparaiso Country Club, Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Alpha Delta, and the Porter County Bar Association.

Source: Cannon, Thomas H., H. H. Loring, and Charles J. Robb. 1927. History of the Lake and Calumet Region of Indiana Embracing the Counties of Lake, Porter and Laporte. Volume II. Indianapolis, Indiana: Historians' Association. 827 p.
Page(s) in Source: 266-267

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Biography transcribed by Steven R. Shook


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