Bernard Loomis - Hasbro and Beyond (1984 - 2006)

2006)

Loomis's profile was smaller in the latter half of the 1980s until recent years. He worked at Hasbro in the development department helping transition that company into becoming the world's largest toy company, although his role was limited. He did develop a few brands, most notably the Milton Bradley board game Stage Two. After he left Hasbro in 1988, he formed his own development firm, Bernard Loomis, Inc., which developed numerous products. The best-known product from this period in his career was the girls' toyline Quints, which were produced by Tyco Toys.

He was inducted into the Toy Industry Hall of Fame in 1992.

Loomis died of heart disease on Friday, June 2, 2006 at his home in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida at the age of 82.

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