Gary-Logan-Obituary

Gary Dean Logan

Fremont, California

Dec 9, 1938 – Aug 20, 2014 (Age 75)

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December 9, 1938 – August 20, 2014Gary Dean "Deano" Logan of Fremont, Calif., a loving father, a successful business entrepreneur and a man of service to his community passed away quietly on Wednesday, August 20th, 2014, after a short but courageous battle with liver cancer. However his...

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In loving memory of our cousin Gary Logan. With our sincere sympathy. Jamie Lamar & Shannon Gentry

Mike,Keely,Cari, & family, Words cannot express how saddened we are by the death of our cousin Gary. All of us have so many fond memories of the times we spent together. On his yearly trips to Kansas City we would always plan on getting together and going out for dinner, or having dinner at one of our homes. Those were special times for us and filled with so many happy memories. Gary took great pleasure in doing whatever he could to make the lives of others a little brighter. One of those...

Gary was such an impressive person to me. He was genuine and caring wise and ready to share/teach/listen/help when given the opportunity. I had met Gary out at my moms (Shannon Gentry) for the first time and was so excited to find he had found us. The second time I met him was at a Mothers Day/house warming gathering at my first house. He showed up and cracked his famous smile gave me a card congratulating me on my new home and included 500 dollars in the card. I don't mind sharing that...

We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Gary. I enjoyed many stories from family about what a kind man he was, I only was able to meet him once but just from that one time I could tell he was such a kind hearted and interesting man to be able to talk with. My husband saw much more than I did and has some great memories of him. We are very proud and thankful to have had such a caring man in our family who touched so many lives.

We were so very saddened by the passing of Gary. Though we didn't get to see him very much, he was a very kind and considerate man whenever we saw him. Always asking each and every one of us how we were doing, and what was going on with our lives. I know that Chris really enjoyed when Gary invited him to golf at Drumm Farm. What an experience for sure he had. He definitely loved golf, Chris could see that in him. When the twins were younger, Gary had gone to a fundraiser and got both of the...

Dad and Cari

Dad doing his best "James Dean" ;-)

My father and I in 1963.

Dad at one of his first electronic jobs.