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Charles R. Logan
Date of Death: July 28, 2015
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Visitation
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Friday 7/31, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Service
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Saturday 8/1, 11:00 am

Reception: Immediately to follow at South Chapel

Cemetery
Lewinsville Presbyterian Church Cemetery
1724 Chain Bridge Road
McLean, VA 22101
Saturday 8/1, 3:30 pm

              Mr. Charles R. Logan,  83, of Front Royal, Virginia, died peacefully, Tuesday morning, July 28, 2015.               Charlie was born in 1932 in Washington, DC, the son of the late Charles Logan, Sr. and Lillian Logan. Charlie was a graduate of Western High School Class of 1951. He was a veteran having …
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Yolanda and Ken McDonald left a message on July 30, 2015:
Charlie was a great friend and will be missed. We'll treasure our great memories of fun times shared through the years. Our deepest sympathy, Yo and Ken
Erika Heuel left a message on July 30, 2015:
Dear Logan Family, dearest Barbara Our Condolences--- We will never forget the dashing couple entering the lounge at the Fechin Institute in Taos. Charlie had signed up for a workshop with Charles Sovek, the artist. So had we. That was after Charlie's retirement from flying the big planes in 1992. Charlie had the most exciting, funny, and entertaining stories in his repertoire. Both our men had flying and the arts in their blood. We women also found common grounds - and so, a lasting friendship was born. Painting trips to the East Coast, Virginia, Florida, and Mallorca and the Midwest made for lots of adventures and fun memories. Charlie was a seeker, a kind and honest man. We shall miss him, but always remember!! With Love, Bob and Erika
Phyllis McCoy left a message on July 31, 2015:
My thoughts are with you Barbara and your family. Seeing Charlie's pictures brought back lots of great memories of long ago. Rocky River etc. Phyllis McCoy
Joe Kernan left a message on August 1, 2015:
Dear Barbara: I deeply regret that Donna and I will be unable to attend the services for Charlie. I first met Charlie in 1967 as a New Hire Co-pilot in Washington where I flew with him on the Convair 580. Charlie was always a pleasant person to be with, and if you made a mistake in the airplane he corrected you in a manner that taught you something without be overbearing. Later in 1969 when a bunch of Washington Pilots bid the DC 9 and had to commute to Pittsburgh Charlie stayed in a commuter pad right next door to the one I stayed. Again I had the opportunity to fly with Charlie and his demeanor hadn't changed. Always the professional who took good care of his crew, and made sure that his passengers were delivered safely to their. destinations. Our deepest condolences to you, Chris, Nancy, and all of the family. You and your family will continue in our thoughts and prayers. Joe & Donna Kernan
Brian and Victoria Bellerose left a message on August 11, 2015:
Hello Barbara.....We just learned today of Charlie's passing....our deepest sympathies to you, Chris and Nancy. You were always like a second family to Vicki and I as we were getting our careers started, and I miss not seeing you more often. We started our family late in life and there always seemed to be so many soccer games and school events that kept us on the go. I will look for him the next time I am among the clouds. Enjoy your new wings Captain.........
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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