Logan, George Francis. Formerly of Dorchester, Massachusetts and resident of Sarasota, Florida and Pocasset, Massachusetts.
He passed away peacefully on April 18, 2020.
He leaves his best friend and devoted wife of 20 years, Adele (Bornstein) Emanuel-Logan.
When he was a teenager his father got him a job at the Ritz Carlton as a sous chef where he learned how to cook from his mentor Mario Palumbo. He also learned Italian from Mario so George could communicate with the bus boys. George served in the Army, stationed in Germany and was honorably discharged. He met his first wife in Germany, the late Eva (Zoll) Hartunian with whom he had 2 children John and Michael.
George's career was in Industrial Manager involved in defense work at Sylvania, Raytheon and General Electric. He worked on the Patriot Missile project.
Before and after retiring in 2006, George loved spending time with his many friends, some of which he knew since grammar school. George with his wife Adele, enjoyed traveling, boating with friends to Nantucket, taking cruises, following his favorite live bands, eating at great restaurants and relaxing on the beach. They spent half the year in Florida and half on Cape Cod. He loved going for walks with his dog Maggie who would always be by his side. He was the life of family gatherings, had a great sense of humor and with his great smile and sparkling blue eyes, he could melt your heart. He was much loved and will surely be missed.
He is survived by his sons John M. Logan of Boston, Massachusetts and Michael J. Logan and his wife Jonna of Belmont, Massachusetts. He was grandfather to Daniel and Joseph Logan of N. Troy, Vermont, and Brendan, Kevin, Brian, and Michaela Logan of Belmont, Massachusetts. He was great grandfather of Sophie, Maximus, and Marley Logan of N. Troy, Vermont. Also, he was stepfather to the late Michael A. Emanuel of Randolph, Massachusetts.
Born on September 4, 1937, he was the son of the late John and Celia Logan of Donegal, Ireland and brother to the late PFC John J Logan US Army, who died in the Korean War. He joins his late sister Mary B. Donovan of Weymouth, Massachusetts, and late brother James M. Logan of Harwich, Massachusetts. He leaves behind his dear sister Ann P. DeMille and her husband William P. DeMille of Abington, Massachusetts, and all his nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the COVID-19 Relief Fund at info@MACovid19ReliefFund.org. or to the Alzheimers organization at Act.Alz.Org.
Family and friends will honor and remember George's life by gathering for visiting hours in the Murphy Funeral Home, 1020 Dorchester Avenue, Dorchester, on Monday, July 20th, from 4-7 P.M.
A private interment with military honors will take place at the Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne.