Richard LOGAN

Tecumseh, Ontario


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So sorry to hear of Rick's passing. We have many great memories of him. Our sympathies to all of you.

My most heartfelt condolences to all the family. I remember well when Richard first came to Hospice; it did not take long to realize he was a man with a great sense of humour and a good appetite. It was always a pleasure to have him around us in the kitchen & dining room. Will miss preparing your Wednesday diners & seeing your smiling face.
Peace Richard!

Can't believe your gone

I can't believe your gone. You touched many hearts and come into many lives which no one will forget. Dad, you went many rounds of this fight and you beat all odds. A strong man can only take so much to something that is undefeated. You had given it your all. You used every last bit of strength and courage until your last breath. I'm happy that I went on this journey with you and now your free. I can see your smile and tears of joy as you reunite with your...

To the best father there ever was. He loved his family greatly and he was loved just the same in return. Love you Dad forever and always.

May you Rest In Peace Richard. I will miss visiting you on Wednesday's as well as your kindness, laughter and conversation.

The laughter I shared with Rick while he was with us at Hospice will be a favourite memory of our friendship. I looked forward to visiting with him every Sunday and it's always fun to cook for someone with such a great appetite!! It was such an honour & privilege to be a part of his journey....he will be missed greatly and remembered fondly at the Residence. I keep the Logan family in my thoughts.

I am so very sorry for your loss. Richard was a wonderful man. Sincerely, Theresa Reaume (Hospice Volunteer)

My condolences to the Logan Family. ~Some people can touch your life for a brief moment but leave an imprint for a lifetime~

Dear Family, I am Karen Tinsley, the Hospice Residential Home volunteer who so adored Rick. I cooked dinner for him a couple of nights a week for the entire time he lived with us, so we became quite good friends. I am not the only one who is going to miss him terribly--his teasing, his joking, his sweet nature and all of his compliments and appreciation. It just won't be the same without him. He bore his illness with such strength and dignity. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend the...