Meet Lynz Piper-Loomis
No, I am not a professional politician, lawyer, bureaucrat, paid consultant, or lobbyist. I am an American who cares.
The State of South Carolina is one of the most incredible places to live, work, and raise a family. But Washington, DC is attempting to influence our lives, families, work, schools, healthcare, and more.
I want you to know, I am dedicated to keeping South Carolina and America the unique places you know as home. That means I am dedicated to America being just that, America.
My life has taken me down many roads. I have seen and experienced what can happen when life goes bad when the dark influences of culture invade our families and trap us in a cycle of defeat and fear.
It’s my hope you will contact me, get to know me, and come to trust me as your candidate for the US House of Representatives for District 1.
My Life History
An Encounter that Changed My Life
The key event in my life occurred at the age of twelve, September 19, 1994, 27 years ago. I call it “my alive day.” My mother and I were returning from a 4H meeting, and our car was hit by another car directly on the driver’s side, killing my mother and me instantly. God saved my life and brought me back.
At the age of 25, I needed to make a decision about the burden, pain, and agony I was carrying. The only person affected was me, and I was the only person who could do something about it. People are responsible for their own hearts, and I am responsible for my heart. And I needed to ask myself, do I want to walk around as a victim or do I want to overcome?
God taught me to answer the question, “What do you want to do with your circumstances? Are you going to allow this to define you?” It was then that I realized I could move forward to the plan God had for my life. That’s my journey. I am happy to say I have been married to my current husband for almost 16 years.
Now it is time for me to give back to America for all it has given me. I am ready to serve the people of South Carolina in the US House of Representatives.
Lynz visited Charleston at 13 years of age and fell deeply in love with the city and the great state of South Carolina. When asked where her desired destination in the world would be, she would always confidently answer Charleston, South Carolina. Finally, her dream came true 6 years ago. Lynz carries the heart of the Palmetto State with her no matter where she is.
In recent years, Lynz has worked as a visionary leader who provides strategic insights to empower others to achieve their goals. She believes that every person is a leader, and every leader has a purpose to infuse into this world.
She has traveled domestically and internationally to work with individuals and leaders in government to provide solutions for those desiring to offer their most effective contribution to the world.
Lynz has been married to Retired Master Sargent, Jeremy Loomis for 16 years. They have two daughters. Being an active-duty military wife and caregiver to a combat veteran inspired Lynz to advocate for veterans and caregivers.
My Life, So Far
My Roots and Experiences
Lynz grew up without her mother, following a tragic car accident that changed the direction of he life. In that same accident, Lynz had a experience that took her to heaven and and back to the presence of emergency personnel who resuscitate her. He life would never be the same. She is one of only a few people to have such an experience. Her father abandoned her and she spent most of her teen life on her own. Lynz was in and out of the foster care system where she struggled with abuse and sense of abandonment. She determined that her life experiences would not define her and went on to marry, have children, and develop her leadership skills through a series of life opportunities.
Why I am Equipped to Lead
Lynz was awarded and served as the 2018-2020 South Carolina Elizabeth Dole Fellow advocating for veterans and their caregivers. She has been involved with iChange Nations where she received international statesman training. She is an accomplished real estate professional and an EMT first responder. She has served as a Director for Freedom Fur, which trains service dogs for veterans with PTSD. She is also a former Director of South Carolina for the National Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation and affiliated with North Palm Global, and a Virginia Women for Trump, and the Director of SC Women for Trump Chapter.
A Commitment to Truth
Lynz believes America is in need of a change of heart and soul, that we have abandoned the foundations of faith in God, humility, and integrity. She is a politician like few others who believes truth actually matters in the process of leadership and decision-making. Our of her personal life experiences and the observance of the decline of American culture and values, the power and manipulation of centralized government, that she has pledged herself to serving the people of South Carolina with truth. She continues to ask citizens to give of their time, talents and treasure to promote the rescue of America.