Allan C. Logee

Allan C. Logee May 13, 1919 - March 5, 2013 Danielson - Mr. Allan C. Logee passed away Monday afternoon at Day Kimball Hospital. He was born in Thompson May 13, 1919 the son of Warren E. and Katherine (Converse) Logee. Allan was once employed at Gallup Lumber Co. in Plainfield and was last employed at R.A. Tillinghast Lumber Co., retiring in 1995. He was a graduate of Tourtelotte High School, Class of 1937. Allan was a veteran of World War 2 entering the U.S. Army March 19, 1943 and was honorably discharged February 27, 1946 with the rank of 1st Lt. Allan also served in the U.S. Army Reserves 1946 through April 1953. On March 6, 1943 he was united in marriage to the former Melba Simoneaux. She passed away January 28, 2005. Allan enjoyed the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, New England Patriots, UCONN Men's and Women's Basketball, gardening, and spending time with his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was a member of New England Builders Assn., Boy Scout Troop #51, QV Senior Citizens and AARP. Allan is survived by three sons Warren Logee and his wife Pat of Simsbury, Dean Logee and his wife Maureen of Danielson and Wayne Logee and his wife Anna of Brooklyn, his daughter Carolyn Logee of Danielson, five grandchildren Brian Logee and his wife Mary Ellen, Karen Swenson and her husband William, Christopher Logee and his wife Jennifer, Jeffrey Logee and Matthew Logee, and 7 great grandchildren Erin, Peter, Katie, Collin and Olivia Logee, and Emily and Ryan Swenson. Besides his wife Allan was predeceased by 4 sisters Mildred Foss, Ruth McGuirk, Elois Leveille and Marjorie Carrier. Funeral Service to be held at Tillinghast Funeral Home 433 Main St. Danielson Saturday at 2:00 P.M. Burial to follow in Westfield Cemetery with military honors. Visitation is Saturday 1:00 P.M. until time of service. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Westfield Care Center Resident Recreation Fund, to the ., or to the .

Funeral Home

Tillinghast Funeral Home
433 Main Street Danielson, CT 06239

Published in Norwich Bulletin on Mar. 7, 2013