From the Arizona Republic, Friday, 27 Jul 1945, page 5: "George Vesey Loring passed away yesterday at his residence. Survived by his wife, Henrietta; daughter, Mrs. Catherine Butcher; son, George H. Loring of the U.S. Army; brother, Madison R Loring of Los Angeles. Services at 10:00 a.m. Saturday from the Palms Chapel, Grimshaw Mortuary, the Rev. B. L. Martin officiating. Cremation in Greenwood Memorial Park."
From the Arizona Republic, Friday, 24 Apr 1964, page B-7: "Madison R. Loring, the first native to be graduated from Phoenix High School, died Wednesday in his Los Angeles home. He was 85. Mr. Loring was one of the first newspaperboys for the then Arizona Republican. Later he served as postmaster in Prescott. While stationed in Washington, he witnessed the signing of the Arizona Statehood bill by President William H. Taft. In Los Angeles, he was employed by the Internal Revenue Service. His wife, Gladys G, survives."