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LOGUE JOHN ALSTON, 59, of Boynton Beach, passed away Monday. Survived by his beloved wife, Janet (nee Profitt), daughters, Nicole and Jenifer and sisters Susie, Jane and Cathie. Originally from New Jersey, John was a veteran of the U.S. Navy Submarine Service and spent much of his life as a Sea Captain, joining Construction Estimation in later years. A memorial service will be held July 13th at 2:00 at Baird Case/Jordan Fannin Funeral Home, 4343 N. Federal Highway, Ft Lauderdale. In lieu of flowers, optional donations may be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County.

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Published in the Miami Herald from Jun. 29 to Jun. 30, 2002.
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August 19, 2020
My big brother John was a man with a quick wit and a big heart. He was an adventurer, father, brother, and lived life to the fullest. I'll always remember my first puppy, a spaniel, which he gave me as a birthday present when I was a young girl. Mom was not too pleased. Still he had a great way to make you feel at home wherever you may be. I've missed him and as time passed, I realized I need to add my name to his legacy, rest dear brother, with all my love
Susan Logue
Sister
May 14, 2017
To the man who taught me a large degree of sophistication and added to my world a touch of class, for which without him, I would have likely ended up another country bumpkin with nothing. Glad he was sent my way in life.
Donna R
July 31, 2002
I met John in 1975 while dating his sister Jane. I became friends with the entire family. His sense of humor came, I believe, from his mother. She was a quiet strong woman with a ton of class. John was not as subtle as his Mom but somehow was always at the center of things. He was quick to smile and enjoyed a practical joke even when it was directed at him. He was the only man I knew who could party all night and never leave the chair he was sitting in. He and his family introduced me to their hotel on Padre Island in Belize. The vacations there with his and my family were magical and remain in our memories and conversations to this day.

We spent a lot of years trying to figure out women. We sailed the Caribbean in storms, went aground on an Island that held the Shaw of Iran in exile and were surrounded by men with guns. We had boat races on Hobie Cats & and sinking British zodiacs. With feet propped up on the mast of a 41 foot Morgan in Paradise Island Bahamas we listened night after night to Lester Muldoon and his Cadillac Cowboys. A spoof on western music I can still here the prolonged laughter that brought tears to our eyes. Those are my memories of John.

John will be missed but never forgotten.
Daniel Murphy Jr.
Daniel Murphy Jr
July 24, 2002
Dear Janet and Family:

My husband,Hank and I went to Rumson High with John and we have many fond memories of some great times together. I remember in those days in Home Room we would be seated in alphabetical order, I, being La, would always sit in front of John, Lo. He was always a great story teller, and very bright, and I loved our little visits each morning before we were told to be quiet. I had a terrific conversation with John last summer and I'm so sorry I didn't get to meet you. He spoke so highly of you and had such pride in his daughters. He was blessed with a wonderful family, many, many friends, and although his life was too short, he lived it with style.
With great affection,

Hank and Jane Boardman
Jane Lansdowne Boardman
July 21, 2002
Dear Janet & family,
My heart goes out to you. Even though I only went to Rumson Fair Haven H.S. for one year, I remember John as the nice person he was, always smiling and a kind word for all. God Bless you and your family; it's hard to lose your best friend and the love of your life.
Sandi (Runge) Woodward
July 20, 2002
Six years ago today John told me he was smitten with me on sight, (he even went home and looked up the word to see what had happened to him). Those few words changed my thinking and my life for the better, forever. I will always love him, he was the best husband and friend anyone could be blessed with.
Your loving wife, on Smitten day 2002.
Janet Logue
July 17, 2002
Dear Janet,
I am deeply saddened to hear that John has passed away. He was a classmate of mine at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School and I remember him as being a nice guy, very handsome and always ready for a party. I am so sorry he was unable to attend our class reunion last September, as I would really have enjoyed talking with him and meeting you. Please accept my very deepest sympathy and extend my condolences to your family.
Sharon (Egeland) Gilbert
July 16, 2002
I was a classmate of John's at RFH in New Jersey. I was sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to the family. May you cherish the memories you have of him.
Janet Johnson Fox
July 15, 2002
DearJanet,John was my best freind and I will miss him with all my heart,John was the only person I could really talk to and share life as it is.He alway's carried himself quite well since I have known him,he had pride and dignty and was alway's a gentleman,we shared alot of good times which I will miss. John was like a brother I never had,Janet I share your grief but we both were lucky to share in his life. Your's Truly George
George Tolstyh
July 15, 2002
John was one of my classmates at RFHRHS. I was happy to hear that our 40th reunion and yearbook made him happy. I remember him as being a great guy.
Pat Peters Ottervik
July 15, 2002
Please accept my deepest sympathies on your loss.
Georgia Beach
July 15, 2002
To the family of John: I am a former high school classmate of John and considered him a friend during our high school years. I believe everyone considered him a friend. My strongest recollection of John is that he was always happy, usually with an obvious smile. I have no doubt that he carried his optimistic view into later life and thus influenced his wife and children, who will carry on with the same belief that the glass is at least half full. Leaving us at 59 is too soon but some have left sooner. I suspect John's illness prevented him from attending our recent reunion in September, 2001; I would have liked to catch up with him. Condolences to his family. Norman Haase
Norman Haase
July 15, 2002
My sincerest condolences to the family of John. I'm very sorry to hear the news of John's passing.

Chuck
Chuck Landback
July 15, 2002
Dear Janet, My twin brother Paul and I went to high school with John in Rumson. I remember one summer John joined us on a sailing cruise our family took in Long Island Sound. We had so much fun on that cruise. I knew John as a strong, handsome, kind, and gracious guy, and a good sailor. I was so saddened to hear of his death, and send you my deepest sympathy. Sue Smith
Susan Smith
July 8, 2002
Dearest Janet,
We've known each other since we were kids, and your time with John was the happiest of your life. I am so grateful you had him. I think about you and pray for you every day. I know John does, too!! I'm so sorry for your loss. Love, Linda
Linda Parker
July 2, 2002
Janet, May God bless you, and give you strength.
Ronald Rice
July 2, 2002
Janet, you really had the best in John, and I know you will miss him more than anyone else. Anyone who ever had the honor of meeting him, loved him. God's Best to you during this time.

Love fluff jr
Sandra a.k.a. Fluff Jr. Castleberry
July 1, 2002
Janet,
May the Lord's peace be with you.
Aviva Buschbaum
June 30, 2002
Dear Janet,
John was a true caring gentleman. He will be missed by the many lucky ones who's lives he touched
julie stinson
June 29, 2002
Janet, I went through high school in Rumson with John. He was enormously well-liked and respected by his classmates - always gracious and friendly to everyone - and will be missed. Our thoughts are with you.
Abby McDowell
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