Johnny Logan

Age 87


Logan, Johnny Found peace August 9, 2013, age 87. Funeral services pending. Please look for full notice in Tuesday's or Wednesday's paper.

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My first little league team was the "Braves,'" back in Oklahoma many, many years ago.
Only saw him on black and white TV, and only on Saturdays.

Johnny was my first favorite baseball player, and is to this day.

RIP 23


Johnny I miss talking baseball with you at McDonalds, anytime I stop for breakfast I look to see if your in your booth. R.I.P. my dear friend

My deepest sympathies to your family from the Karlovich's. My father Micheal told me what good friends your Mother and Father were to not only him but my Grandma Bea and family. Our prayers are with you.


I had the honor of meeting Johnny at Fr. Gene Jakubek's funeral. He seemed like such a dear man. He truly holds a cherished place in Milwaukee's rich history! Unfortunately, I missed his service, would it be possible to receive his prayer card? Also, do you know how he knew Fr. Gene? I had wondered if they grew up together. God bless you all!

Our deepest sympathies to the Logan family. Johnny Logan was very special to the Visually Impaired Veterans Activity (VIVAA) Group. Johnny was respected and loved by all the VIVA members. Johnny spoke at the VIVA Picnic and everyone listened intently as he recalled special times in his career. Johnny cared about people and certainly was a special guy.


My deepest condolences go to you all on Johnny's passing.

Johnny Logan was undoubtedly one of the FINEST athletes to come out of Union-Endicott High School... In addition to being an outstanding Shortstop, he was also an exceptional Halfback on the U-E Football Teams coached by Ty Cobb in the 1940's... His closest lifetime friend and counselor was my brother--Vince--who played Guard on those same U-E teams and predeceased him in...