Gary Logan

Gary Logan

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Gary Lamar Logan, born March 23, 1948, at 72 years of age, passed away in Bennion Veteran’s Home on June 1, 2020.

He is survived by his wife Terry and daughter Kylee Logan; brothers Dan and Bill Logan, and sisters Bonnie Ercanbrack, Gina Latner, and Lori Brannin. Preceded in death by his parents Charles Lamar Logan and Beverly Jean Carson Logan.

Gary was a follower of Jesus and was firm in his faith. He was born, raised, and lived in Utah County until his death. He served in the U.S. Army in the Vietnam War and was very proud of his service to our country. He enjoyed fishing with his brothers and nephews, swimming, watching old movies, and cheering for the Utah Utes. His family was very important to him.

Gary will be missed by his family and friends. We hope there is good fishing in Heaven (catch and release, of course). Goodbye, liver lips.

Interment will be at the Utah Veterans Memorial Park (Camp Williams) with military honors.

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Cathryn Gleave Archer-Jones

Posted at 10:04am
To my Very Special Cousins,
And to You his Wife Terry
and to Your's and Gary's Beautiful Daughter Kylee,
whom I'm Sorry to say have Not seen for many years since your
Dad and Mom brought you over to SEE Grandma Gleave as a baby...
I just Remember All these years later, them being So Sooooooooo
Excited that You Sweetie were their Daughter,
Grandma Gleave was
Thru the Moon of Joy that she had another Great Grand Child...
I'm Grateful I was at Grandma's on THAT SPECIAL DAY when you all came to see Grandma Gleave.
My Deepest Sympathies at the Loss of Your Brother, Husband and Father, and my Cousin Gary.
From when he use to tend me when young, to Everytime I saw him at GRA Park Picnics,
Rasmussen Family Reunions at Saratoga,
our 🏠 House on 8th West in Provo when I was young and gatherings there,
or at Grandma Gleave's House on 1107 East 230 South in Provo that was
Forever Bursting at the seams in my Childhood of the 1960's & 70's with our Beloved
Grandpa and Grandma Gleave,
Tons of Cousins,
Aunties and Uncles and
I Cherish All of my MEMORIES I have of You Gina,
You Cousin Billy,
You Bonnie,
You Danny,
You Lori
And of You Terry & Kylee...
All the Times thru the years,
Going to visit Uncle LaMar & Aunt Bev, Gary ALWAYS had a Huge Smile & a GREAT (((((((((( Big HUG ))))))))) for me.
The Reunion in Heaven must be
So Joyously Grand seeing his Beloved Father, my Uncle LaMar and his Wonderful Mother, my Aunt Bev, AGAIN now he is Home and Free of the Discomfort & Pain of Earthly Life and completed His Mission here on Earth... PLUS
Seeing ALL Family and Friends gone Home before him and there to say "Welcome Home GARY", as he has Now Completed his Earth Life leaving a Treasure Trove of Memories for Each and Every One who knew and Loved him.
May All of us be Comforted by the Memories of Each Time we saw him.
Love, Cousin Cathryn

Roslyn Warenski

Posted at 06:09pm
We have such great memories of Gary! His humor and campfire stories are among them. He was an awesome guy and “uncle” to my boys. He will be missed! Thump squish.....

Gina Posted at 06:28pm

Thanks Roz


Posted at 01:02pm
I so miss you, I can’t imagine going forward and not hearing you tell me “LOVE YA TOO, KIDDO... after our calls.. just know how proud I am, to have you as a brother and I truly lost one of my Heroes the day you passed

Love Igor

Nancy Howard

Posted at 03:42am
I worked with Gary at the Developmental Center for several years from the mid 90’s through 2002. Gary was a great man who truly loved his wife, daughter, sister Gina, and our Savior. He was a kind and gentle man. I send my sincere condolences to his family. Rest In Peace my old friend.
Nancy Howard

Gina Posted at 12:57pm

Thanks Nancy

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