Celebration of Life next Saturday for Mead H. Logan, 1939-2019

Family and friends will gather next Saturday to celebrate the life of Mead H. Logan and are sharing this remembrance with the community:

Mead Hale Logan
May 20, 1939 – August 8, 2019

Mead, a lifelong West Seattle resident, passed peacefully after a battle with cancer at home on August 8, 2019.

Born to Alfred Mead Logan and Lera Alleda Hale on May 20, 1939, Mead was known as little Meady, or Jr, only because his father disliked his own first name. He attended Jefferson Elementary, Madison Junior High, West Seattle High School, and the University of Washington. He served in the U.S. Army where he was based in Alaska and upon his honorable discharge returned to West Seattle where he met and married his wife of 50 years, Janis.

Janis and Mead raised their family of 3 children in West Seattle and were known for their many parties and patriotically painting their home inside and out in red, white and blue to honor the bicentennial.

Mead spent his career as an appliance repairman, as well as serving as a manufacturer’s rep for industrial machine tools. Throughout his 50+-year career, he repaired many appliances in West Seattle homes.

Janis predeceased Mead in 2017; however, Mead is survived by his 3 children, Kevin, Derek (Pam), Erin (Mike); 5 grandchildren, Nicole, Johanna, Aidan, Alessandre, and Annabel; 2 great-grandchildren, R.J. and Logan.

Please join us for memories and good times as we celebrate Mead on Saturday, August 24th at the American Legion Hall in West Seattle from 11 am – 1 pm. In lieu of flowers Mead would prefer that you spend extra time with your loved ones and friends.

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1 Reply to "Celebration of Life next Saturday for Mead H. Logan, 1939-2019"

  • Michael McCrath August 29, 2019 (7:45 pm)

    Just got word that Mead had passed.  I knew Mead at Madison Jr. high and WS high.  We were good friends after high school and kept in periodic contact from the late  ’50s on.  Last saw him at the WS High class of ’57 reunion this last spring, which we attended together.  I was not aware of his sudden passing and only today discovered it had happened.  Otherwise, I would have been present at this celebration of his life.  I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of a near-lifelong friend and for the subsequent loss to all his other friends and to his loved ones.  Because of his illness he has been on my mind a great deal these past several months.  

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