Lorraine LOGAN

  • "Always advocating for a better quality of life and a better..."
    - Merrilee Ashworth
  • "I worked with Lorraine for many years and took up her torch..."
    - Jackie Chambers
  • "To Sharon and the whole family, we would like to convey our..."
    - Peter & Iris Hill
  • "Lorraine was a good friend to me and to my sons."
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LOGAN, Lorraine
1944 – 2018
Vancouver born, died peacefully with loved ones at her side January 23, 2018. Predeceased by her parents Bill Sr. and Joan Logan, Lorraine is dearly missed by her partner Sharon Bard, brother Bill (Krys), nieces Jennifer and her daughter Zoe, Patricia (Norbert) and their children Mikayla and Joshua, stepson Jordan (Frances) and granddaughters Sofie and Ella and dearly loved cousins. Lorraine represented Canada on the Canadian Women's Field Hockey team and later as an international umpire in the sport. A long career in provincial government, she was active in the BCGEU and proud to be honored as a life member. In retirement her activism and advocacy led her into many different organizations including; Council of Senior Citizen Organizations of BC – COSCO (President), New Vista Housing Society (President), Seniors On Guard For Medicare, TransLink Accessible Advisory Committee, Seniors Services Society. Around the dinner table, in the boardrooms, on NDP campaigns, or taking her issues to the streets in protest or celebration, Lorraine was always happy to be with kindred spirits advocating for a better society. A celebration of her life to be held Saturday February 17 at 11 a.m. – International Union of Operating Engineers Hall 4333 Ledger Avenue, Burnaby.


Published in Vancouver Sun and/or The Province from Feb. 10 to Feb. 11, 2018
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